Yuliasti, an S2 (MSc.) Graduate Associated with PMB Lab and Staff of BATAN, Visited PMB Lab

Yuliasti of Batan

Ir. Yuliasti, MSc. (second right) visited PMB Lab and tell PMB Lab about her recently published scientific journal in Atom Indonesia vol. 37(3):126-132. in December 2011. Yuliasti was one of the S2 (MSc.) alumni associated with PMB Lab. Prof. Sudarsono (right most) was the chairman of Yuliasti's advisory committee during her S2 (MSc.) program at IPB.

Ir. Yuliasti, MSc. – an S2 (MSc.) Graduate Associated with PMB Lab and Staff of BATAN, has recently visited PMB Lab., Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB, Bogor-Indonesia. The purpose of her visit was to tell Prof. Sudarsono about her recently published scientific publication in the Atom Indonesia scientific journal.

The title of Yuliasti recently published scientific publication was “Responses of Soybean Mutant Lines to Aluminium under In Vitro and In Vivo conditions.” It was co-authored by Yuliasti and Prof. Sudarsono and it appeared in Atom Indonesia vol. 37(3):126-132.

This publication was based on Yuliasti S2 (MSc.) thesis research. Yuliasti did her S2 (MSc.) degree at PMB Lab, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB, Bogor-Indonesia. Her S2 (MSc.) program was under the supervision of Prof. Sudarsono.

All PMB Lab staffs and associated graduate students congratulate Yuliasti for her success in publishing part of her S2 (MSc.) thesis research. We hope that she will continue publishing her works at National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) and keep informing PMB Lab about her activities in the future.

About PMB Lab: Prof. Sudarsono

This blog is dedicated as a communication media among alumni associated with PMB Lab, Dept. of Agronomy and Horticulture, Fac. of Agriculture, IPB, Bogor – Indonesia. It contains various information related to alumni activities, PMB Lab’s on going activities and other related matters.
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