Conference Scope

The 2nd international conference new horizons in basic and applied science” (ICNHBAS) provides a unique opportunity for scientists, scholars, engineers and students from the universities, technologists, entrepreneurs and policy makers all around the World to present current researches being carried out in basic and applied science area.

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  • Upcoming Conference


    The Second International Conference on New Horizons in Basic and Applied Science, 1 –6 August 2015, Hurghada , Egypt

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  • Pharmaceutical technology and pharmaceutical science from 01-03. 08.2015


    The session will be on the following topics; Recent Technologies in Novel Drug Delivery Systems. Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Systems. Nanotechnology fo

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  • Please Note That:


    Main Sessions of ICNHBAS (Part 1), during 1-3/8/2015 The accommodation for participants of sessions: II, III, VI, VII, VIII is available only at the

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  • Best Conference 2013 Paper Award In Session III


    Best Paper Award In Session III: Development of Chemistry and its Influence on the Life: Professor Shaaban K. Mohamed, Manchester Metropolitan University,

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  • Conference 2013 Photo



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The Faculty of Science at Assiut has been established 1989 according to the ministerial decision No 1203 as a branch of Al-Azhar university at Assiut city. The study started in the academic year 1989/1990. The first graduate of the Faculty was in 1992/1993. The Faculty of science has six academic departments; Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Geology, zoology, with a total of 10 programs according to the currently active Faculty by law.

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Young Scientist Excellence Award

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About Hurghada

Hurghada was founded in the early 20th century, and until a few years ago, remained a small fishing village. But today, it has gone on to become the foremost tourist resort of the Red Sea coast and an international center for aquatic sports

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