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17.06.2015

German Kava Expert Visits IAS

German Kava Scientist and advocate Dr. Mathias Schmidt visited the Institute of Applied Sciences (IAS) laboratory on Wednesday 6th May, 2015. His visit was part of the European support through the PHAMA (Pacific Horticulture and...[more]


11.06.2015

CDDC conducted workshop on DNA sequence alignment and new molecular biology tools

The Centre for Drug Discovery and Conservation (CDDC) of the Institute of Applied Sciences (IAS)organised a workshop on sequence alignment and new molecular tools on of the 1st of May 2015. This was attended by several IAS,...[more]


11.06.2015

IASís Activities Highlighted in Meeting

The Manager of Laboratory Services at the Institute of Applied Sciences ( IAS) Mr Usaia Dolodolotawake attended ĎThe Pacific Workshops on Nutrition, NCDís and the role of Codexí held in Nadi from the 20th to the 22nd of April,...[more]


10.04.2015

IAS announces appointment of new Natural Resources Management Unit Manager

The Institute of Applied Sciences, USP is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Isoa Korovulavula as its new Natural Resources Management Unit Manager.  The Natural Resources Management (NRM) Unit (formerly IAS...[more]


16.02.2015

Newer Methods of Rapid Diagnostics Being Developed

Newer methods of using Ďrapid diagnosticsí to accurately identify organisms of potential concern are being developed in light of Malaria, TB and Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreaks.  This has led to the gained popularity of...[more]


13.02.2015

Tests Clear 'Go Zone' Areas

Please click on the image to view the article. Reference: This article was taken from The Fiji Times dated Tuesday the 15th of February, 2015.[more]


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