As a nonprofit organization with the objective of translating science knowledge for general people, we do conduct various Seminars, Webinars, Training, Science Fest, International Competitions, Social Works, Workshops, etc. for human welfare. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we started hosting international webinars with some of the best scientists in the world on cutting edge technologies, ranging from precise
In this effort we have hosted 10 international seminars, reaching more than 165,000 people from more than 70 countries around the globe. The scientists from different countries are the guests and joined as a speaker. Among them Dr. Kutubuddin Ali Molla, Scientist at NRRI in India, Dr. Pavan Jutur, Group Leader of Omics of Algae at ICGEB, India, Dr. Lee Hicky, Associate Professor at The University of Queensland, Australia, Prof Dr. Nicola J. Stonehouse, University of Leeds, UK, Dr. George Lomonossoff, JIC, UK, Dr. Shashi Kumar, Group leader of Metabolic Engineering at ICGEB in India, Dr. Russel Reinke, IRRI, Dr. Inez Slamet, IRRI, Dr. Vijay N Charde, Associate Professor at Taywade College in India, Mr. Rohit Shankar Mane, Scientific Advisor at Spirutex Healthcare Ltd., Dr. Kathleen Hefferon, Scientist at Cornell University in the USA, Dr. Khondoker Mehedi Akram, Research Associate at The University of Sheffield in the UK, Dr. Sophien Kamoun, Senior Scientist at the Sainsbury Laboratory in the UK, Prof. Dr. Tofazzal Islam, Professor, and Director of the Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University in Bangladesh, Dr. Nurul Huda, Senior Manager Research and Development Lallemand Plant Care, Canada, And Imran Khan, Deputy Manager R and D Incepta vaccine Ltd, Dr. Md. Morsalin Billah, Prof. Deedar Ul Islam, Professor of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Discipline, Khulna University in Bangladesh. All of them were highly praised by the scientific community as well.
The members of SPB believe anyone can do science with the right skill set and knowledge. We do not know where the next biggest breakthrough is gonna come from. That's why we are promoting frugal science, a brilliant philosophy that inspires the development and distribution of affordable scientific tools. We are trying to take science out from the laboratory to the streets, to the peoples, where it belongs. That's why we are engaging with the peoples at the grassroots level to make them aware of modern innovations to meet the global challenge of climate change, renewable energy, green planet, sustainable agriculture, and public health. We are educating people to achieve net-zero carbon emission by the second half of the century, a goal set in the Paris Agreement in 2015.
Biosafety and Biosecurity practices are an important concern for research and hygiene, we are promoting best laboratory practices with the state of art technologies to ensure the biosafety level in the educational institutes. We're providing hands-on training and other campaigns on that.