Welcome to National Institute of Biotechnology

NIB plays a very important role in the field of biotechnological research for agricultural, environmental, medical, food and industrialdevelopment of the country. The Institute is intended for the application of biotechnology-based technologies as per guidelines of National Biotechnology Policy. The tools of biotechnology are currently being applied across the biological sciences to address problems in agricultural crop improvement, marine sciences and aquaculture, environment, pharmacy, forensics and public health...


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  • Five years achievement of the Institute
    ন্যাশনাল ইনস্টিটিউট অব বায়োটেকনোলজি এর গত পাঁচ বছরের (ডিসেম্বর, ২০১৩ পর্যন্ত) গৃহীত কার্যক্র... Read More
  • Upcoming Training Program for students.
    A Training Program will be held on 09-13 March 2014 at NIB Campus. Read More Training Title: Training on Basic Biotechnology,  Date: 09-13 March, 2014, Total Seat: 20 nos. Course fee: Tk. 1000.00 Participant: 4th year/master's student...
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  • Application Format
    Application Format  for seminar, workshop & Thesis supervision letter        Application format for seminar & workshop Thesis Supervision Letter format_common   ...
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  • National database on Biotechnology Research & Personnel
    On-going Research Project/Program Information Form Download Form-1 Download Form-2 ...
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  • Written test result

    Written test result for the post of  Medical officer, Scientific assistant and Office assistant cum computer operator

  • Population Dynamics of Vibrios in Biotic Biofilm
    Hasan, M.M., Islam, M.S. and Jahid, I.K. 2011. Population Dynamics of Vibrios in Biotic Biofilm in the Aquatic Environment of Bangladesh. Current Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 3(6): 570-577. (http://maxwellsci.com/jp/...
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  • Survival of Vibrio cholerae O1 in Surface Water of Bangladesh
    Jahid, I.K., Hasan, M.M.,  Matin M.A., Mahmud Z.H., Neogi S.B., Uddin M.H. and Islam M.S. 2013. Role of Polyphosphate Kinase Gene (ppk) for       Survival of&...
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