YEREVAN STATE UNIVERSITY MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES AND BIOFUEL INNOVATION CENTER (MBBIC)

MBBIC’s main working areas are education, research, and innovation. It has a Master’s Program in Applied Microbiology, and it also runs a startup about Biohydrogen. Its mission is to build bridges among education, science, and production, based on international experience and approaches to educational organization and scientific research.

Typical Volunteer Tasks: Volunteer tasks involve conducting research, assisting with experiments, and supporting/mentoring master’s, bachelor’s, and PhD students. Volunteers also contribute to promoting innovative research ideas, developing business plans, launching startups, and organizing fundraising activities.

May 11, 2020