Attending the meeting with Prof. Teng Teeh Lim were: Dr. Pham Bang Phuong – Vice Director, Office of Research & International Affairs, Dr. Nguyen Van Duy- Dean of Biotechnology & Food Technology Faculty, Dr. Tran Van Thang – Deputy Dean of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Du Ngoc Thanh – Deputy Dean of Environment Faculty.
At the meeting, the discussion between two sides focused on the potential areas for the cooperation between TUAF & MU such as: Faculty & student exchange; and joint research project especially research on biogas production.
In addition, Prof. Teng Teeh Lim delivered a presentation on “Antibiotic and anarobic digestion and water pollution treatment” to TUAF teaching staffs and students.
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