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  • UTU to sign MoU with Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria, Ibadan
  • UTU-International Institute of Tropical Agriculture(IITA), Ibadan to renew MoU for Research Collaboration
  • Research collaborations

    The CGBIBT has always a keen interest and developing strong linkages with national and international institutions / industries to nourish the research activities. The following are some of the universities and industries where the institute has associated with various research /project activities.

    MOUs signed during the year 2019 in of CGBIBT-UTU

    Aranya Agri Biotech LLP

    9th Floor, Rajhans Bonista, Behind Ram chawk, Ghod dod road, Surat- 395007

    SLS Research and Pvt. Ltd.

    406, Nathubhai Tower opp Dhru Motors, Udhana Main Rd,Surat-394210, Gujarat

    Surat Raktadan Kendra and Research centre

    Udhana-Khatodara Health Center,

    Near Chosath Joganio Matanu Mandir,

    Udhana - Magdalla Road, Surat - 395 002

    TGG foundation

    TGG Foundation Charitaable Trust, Wayanad, Country Homes,


    MOUs signed during the year 2018 in of CGBIBT-UTU

    Anand International

    Anand International,



  • StemCure Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad.

    Research Area: Industrial Applicatoin of Stem Cell Research and Stem Cell Therapy.

  • NJP Health Care Pvt, Vapi, Gujarat, India.

    Research Area: Developing value added Herbal product extract

  • University of Ilorin, Nigeria

    Student and Teacher Exchange between Uka Tarsadia University and University of Ilorine, Nigeria. Joint Research of UkaTarsadia University and Nigerian University (Unilorin) on Napier Grass(Elephant Grass)

  • International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Ibadan, Nigeria.

    Developing plant tissue culture of economically important crops/plants

  • Overseas Universities Collaboration: The Prospects and Challenges more
  • Biotechnology Institute-UTU to support Technology for Establishing Plant Tissue Culture Lab at Nigerian University more

    C.G.Bhakta Institute of Biotechnology (CGBIBT), Uka Tarsadia University (UTU) supported the University of Ilorin (Unilorin), Nigeria to set-up a state-of-the-art Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory. Prof. Dr. R. Krishnamurthy, Director, CGBIBT- UTU visited the Unilorin from 2nd May to 28th May 2015 as visiting professor for developing joint venture Research Projects with M.Sc. and Ph.D. students of Plant Biology and Biochemistry Departments, and provided technological support to Unilorin to commission the Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory in its Central Research Laboratory building. Prof. Krishnamurthy who is the Principal Researcher in-charge of this laboratory will co-ordinate and supervise research students of Unilorin for conducting joint venture Tissue Culture Projects.

    This is the first Tissue Culture Laboratory of Kwara state, Nigeria with modern infrastructure facility and is expected to benefit research students and local farmers to cultivate tissue culture plants like Banana, Yam and other cash crops.

    A collaborative research project on ?Nigerian and Indian Accessions of Jowar (Sorghum bicolor) for Iron deficiency (Anti-Anaemic)? has been finalized. Ms. Abidemi, Oreoluwa Moyosore (Biochemistry) is working for her Ph.D. in this project. Prof. Adnike T. Oladiji (Dept. of Biochemistry, Unilorin) and Prof. R. Krishnamurthy (CGBIBT, UTU) will jointly supervise the work as Nigerian and Indian collaborators. The progress is made as a part of MOU between Unilorin-UTU.

    Click here to download Unilorin Bulletin Report.

    Photographs of meeting, Tissue Culture Laboratory Inauguration and Unilorin bulletin reports about the Tissue Culture Laboratory.

  • Unilorin, Indian(UTU) varsity dons collaborate on research supervision on Plant Biotechnology
  • "Visit to CGBIBT from Nigerian scientists during 31st Dec 2013 to 2nd Jan 2014 in connection with research collaboration" more

    "Dr. Azeez Musibau Adewuyi, Department of Pure and Applied Biology, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria visited C G Bhakata Institute of Biotechnology as a representative of Prof. A. S. Gbadegesin, Vice Chancellor of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology for three days. During this period he had various interactive session with students and staff members of CGBIBT.

    Dr. Azeez studied the possibility of having long-term research collaboration and Student-Teacher Exchange programme between Lautech and UTU."

  • Maliba Campus(Bardoli) - Biotechnology Institute to boost Indo-Nigerian Ties in Agricultural Biotechnology, Uka Tarsadia University(UTU), Maliba Campus, Bardoli, South Gujarat, India to sign MoU with University of Illorin(Unilorin), Kwara State, Nigeria" more