19 March 2020
Leading researcher of the Institute of Applied Chemistry (Director Erlan Suleimen), doctor of chemical sciences Roza Jalmakhanbetova was selected from more than 50 countries, became a grant holder of the Matsumae International Foundation (Japan), from September 1, 2019 to February 29, 2020, conducted research work at one of the world's leading universities.
Presentation of the medal and certificate of the Chairperson of the Matsumae International Foundation Professor Toshiaki Hashimoto
Matsumae International Foundation is a Japanese Institute for supporting the development of International relations for peace. The ultimate goal of the Foundation is to attract active and prominent researchers to deepen knowledge and understanding of Japan through the establishment of cultural ties and close trusting communication.
Within the framework of this grant, research works were aimed at isolating flavonoids from plants growing on the territory of Kazakhstan. Roza Jalmakhanbetova deals with the study of natural compounds for many years.
Research work was conducted at Gifu pharmaceutical University, Japan. Gifu pharmaceutical University (GPU) is a Japanese public University located in Gifu. The original school of pharmacy was opened in 1932, and was established as a University in 1948. The 6-year curriculum emphasizes critical thinking, active learning, and clinical experience to help students acquire a strong foundation in science and be ready to practice.
On the basis of this University, chemical studies of plant raw materials collected on the territory of Kazakhstan were conducted. As a result, a number of new results were obtained. The research results will be published in high-level International publications. The plant raw materials taken for research were prepared as a result of an expedition organized by a group of scientists in August 2019 (http://www.enu.kz/info/zhanalyktar/57907/?sphrase_id=2325327).
The process of working in a research laboratory
Along with conducting research, there was an opportunity to study the history, culture, and traditions of the Japanese state in depth.
Visit to the "Science museum»
Contacts have been established with scientists from the Philippines, India, Cameroon, Egypt, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tunisia, Bangladesh, and Ethiopia.
Group of fellows of the Matsumae International Foundation
Jalmakhanbetova Roza Ilemisovna handed over a medal and a lapel badge of the laureate. She was also awarded a certificate for successful completion of research work.
The Institute of Applied Chemistry is an actively developing research center in the field of chemistry under the leadership of candidate of chemical sciences, PhD Suleimen Erlan, equipped with modern equipment, has wide international relations. According to the results of the work, the Institute is the holder of the highest category for 2014-2015 among all ENU research institutes, and the first – to the present.
Currently, the Institute of Applied Chemistry has 3 holders of the title "Best University teacher", 3 winners of the Matsumae International Foundation (Japan) (http://www.enu.kz/info/zhanalyktar/55403/), 3 Erasmus Mundos grant holders, DAAD Foundation.
We wish young scientists and the Institute of Applied Chemistry creative success in science!