<strong>The 2022 scientific conference of students and researchers of the National University of Uzbekistan has been organized</strong>
On April 28, the National University of Uzbekistan hosted the 2022 Scientific Conference of students and researchers of the National University of Uzbekistan.
The purpose of the conference is to approve scientific innovations in the field of graduate work, master's dissertations and doctoral dissertations with the participation of leading scientists of the university, the recognition of relevant scientific innovations and the involvement of young scientists in science. Talented students, masters and doctoral students participated in this conference with the achievements and results of their research work. The event was opened by the Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation Hikmat Saburov, who wished success to the conference. Students of all faculties of the university also attended the conference, issues of expanding and integrating cooperation between masters and doctoral students were discussed. Dean of the Faculty of Biology, Professor Tukhtasin Abdurahmanov, Academics of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan Ravshan Sobirov and a third-year doctoral student of the of Applied Mathematics Faculty and Sanatbek Matlatipov also took part in the conference.
After that, the faculties of Chemistry, History and Mathematics hosted poster exhibitions, an exhibition of scientific achievements of bachelors, masters and doctoral students, as well as achievements in various competitions, monographs and scientific developments. Lectures on sections were also organized at the faculties. Niyatjon Artikov, a second-year student of the Fundamentals of Spirituality and Legal Education, participated in the exhibition with the development of Braille toys for blind children. “It is well known that one of our main tasks today is to educate blind children and help them find their place in society. ‘The development I am proposing allows visually impaired children to develop skills in an interactive way through play.’