Aksaray University (AU) students Derya Binay and Fatma Pazarlıoğlu, Turkey Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) prepared by the Trainee Researcher (STAR) by selecting the program, was entitled to support.
Aksaray (IGF to ) – Two students from Aksaray University were included in the STAR Program prepared by TÜBİTAK in order to encourage undergraduate students to acquire an R&D culture, take the first step in the research ecosystem and to do research.
November 2020 ‘ the appeals also received a total of 145 universities across Turkey thousand 500 students were placed. Derya Binay, a third-year student at the Department of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology at the ASU Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Fatma Pazarlıoğlu, a fourth-year student at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, were also among the students selected for the STAR Program.
Derya Binay at ASU, Prof. Dr. He will work with Fatih Pergı on the project named “A Generic Platform for Molecular Systems That Can Make Multiple Emissions: The Awakening of Lanthanite Luminescence in the Dark”. Fatma Pazarlıoğlu on the other hand, Erciyes University Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Alparslan Yıldırım’la together “Turkey’s Central Black Sea Region and Tunisia Three Endemic Area Phlebotomi to Sand Flies and Molecular Investigation of Canine Leishmania Species: Seasonal Dynamics of Some Climatic and Environmental Factors” to take part in the project entitled.
ASU Rector Prof. Dr. Yusuf Şahin congratulated the students who were selected for the program and were eligible for support.