In today’s modern lifestyle our dependence on technology needs no introduction. Biotechnology has the unique ability of giving answers to several problems plaguing the human mankind with the incorporation of several basic sciences and technical knowledge to emerge as one of mega sciences in today’s world. Allowing the knowledge of this field to trickle into the common masses for their advantage is one of the main endeavors, which are the basis for science and society programmes (malaria control, waste management, and bio-fertilizer formulations) With our team of young and experienced research faculty we conduct several society based research training and project work programmes and workshops.
We organize, sponsor and host guest faculty, national and international conferences and interaction sessions of well-known speakers for scientific growth of undergraduate and post graduate and research students besides having a personality development programme.
Besides developing qualified personnel, DRIB has established a Technology Business Incubator facility, for the promotion of entrepreneurs in making and juvenile industries. Association with several national and international acclaimed Institutes, colleges, polytechnics, universities, Laboratories and pharmaceutical companies across the globe would allow collaborative research and also benefit growth and facilitate student scientific research and project work training programmes.
The mission of the DRIB is to contribute to nation and society through the pursuit of education, leaning and research at the highest international levels of excellence and to stand on the same scaffold with other research training institute of eminence.
DRIB ’s core values are as follow:
Relationship with society
As part of our Learning strategy, DRIB affirms a list of attributes and qualities to be found in our products. These goals for the best educational experience we could offer to our students included the characteristics of being and active citizen who respects diversity and an educated person who is ‘culturally agile and able to work in multinational settings’.
It is the Institute’s conviction that being part of an international community is itself and education, and that when students make the most opportunities to learn from those who are different to themselves, they gain insights they would not experience any other way. For us diversity is an asset.
The role of research institute is to acknowledge that people have genuine concerns and difficulties – and to work on solutions to these – but also to be a place of diversity, openness, inclusion and welcome.
As a research institute, we are in many ways an experimental country to bring international perspectives into the educational experience. For us it is a moral voyage with an emphasis on innovation and putting knowledge to service. And if it isn’t, we will fall far short of what we can be. And we will fail to answer questions from students and society about what a research Institute is for at a time of change and limited resource
Our research institute shows what an international community can and should be, a place of diversity in which talents are brought together to do well in our world.
Some of the leaders of the future are with us at DRIB now and takes is to make the very most of them being amongst us. Let’s learn form and teach one another about our hope for a future society typified by talent, respect and international collaboration.
Working closely from the Institutional Mission Statement, DRIB specifies eight long-term goals in an attempt to achieve the Trust’s mission. The eight goals are as follows:
DRIB shall maintain research and academic linkages and partnerships with accredited institutions of high learning based in the India, United State of America, Australia Philippine, China, Germany and the United Kingdom.
ACCREDITATION AND RECOGNITION
Derindam Research Institute of Biotechnology is approved, recognized and accredited under the companies and allied matters Act 1990 and that the company is limited by share with approval of no objection from Ministry of Education of Nigeria