Kathmandu Research Institute for Biological Sciences (KRIBS) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit institute established in 2017. We are a team of scientist and technicians focused on research and development of tools and techniques with an aim to enable the study inside biological sciences. The research at KRIBS particularly aims to decipher questions prevailed around us, among us; so as to find potential and possible answers, which could solve or at least illuminate the problem we are facing.
It is registered in District Administration Office, Lalitpur, Nepal with registration no. 4512/073 and Social Welfare Council Nepal with affiliation no. 45260.
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Feb 5, 2020 An co-opinion by KRIBS faculty
20-22 December, 2019 In December 2019, a 3-day peripheral mononuclear cell isolation and characterizing workshop were jointly organized by RIBB and KRIBS. The workshop aimed to train young researchers on techniques for PBMC isolation and characterization. Upon the completion of the workshop, the research staffs and students were able to create a standard operating protocol Read more about 3 day PBMC isolation workshop[…]
31st August, 2019 More on: https://myrepublica.nagariknetwork.com/news/beware-of-dengue/?categoryId=opinion&fbclid=IwAR3_O90BM6xAqdS_vG7NmN97tVWbinLfZ1IuECSm1cDH08Mym73_VMMY6gk
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15th September, 2018
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14th June, 2018 A researcher (Anurag Adhikari) from KRIBS, in a collaborative visit and scientific information sharing seminar,”RNA Virus: RNA Metabolism Host Response and Pathogenesis” in Germany.