R & D projects /network

Current Projects                                                                  

  • Production of Organic Cactus Soap:  penetrating the local market using locally produced organic cactus soap.
  • The effect of using Nano- clay minerals in broiler rations on their growth performance, GI tract, blood chemistry and hematology and immunology.
  • Embryo transfer of shami goats to local baladi goats. 


Achieved Projects:

  • Cactus (Opuntiaficus-indica) Cultivation Under the Orgain Framing System in the Jordan Badia
  • Social, Ecological and Agricultural Resilience in the face of climate change in the Mediterranean Region (SEARCH).
  • Effect of the nano-water on growth performance, antibodies titers and some physiological Parameters of Broiler chickens.
  • Introduction and domestication of new crop in Jordan (Argan).
  • Hybridoma-free immortalization of B-Lymphocyres.
  • Introducing genetically improved cattle Embryos through Transferring Technology to Jordan.
  • Isolation of β-D- galactosidase-producing microorganisms from dairy products (whey).
  • Pilot Study for the vitro evaluation of antimicrobial activity of Varthemia Iphionoides Boiss (Family Compositae) crude extracts in treatment of topical skin bacterial and fungal infections).
  • Recombinant human interferon-gamma: purification and in vitro activity.
  • Separation of polyphenols from olive oil mills wastewater.
  • The characterization of novel monoclonal antibodies generated against human breast cancer and T cell leukemia.
  • Formulation and Evaluation of pharmaceuticals containing photosensitizes as novel antimicrobial agents.
  • Development of a simple and compliant method for the measurement of vitamin B12.
  • Derivation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae baker’s yeast mutants with lysine overproduction properties.
  • Drought resistant palm trees.
  • Expression of bioactive human interferon-gamma in transgenic tobacco plant.
  • Factor affecting in vitro propagation, seed germination and cutting production of Capparis Spinoza grown in Jordan.
  • H5N1 Test.
  • Induction of genetic mutation in Akub (Gundeia Tournefortii) from Jordan.
  • Isolation and Molecular Identification of Infectious Bronchitis Virus serotypes from commercial chickens in Jordan.
  • Preliminary survey of food contamination by mycotoxins in Jordan.
  • Testing for the secretion of heavy chain antibodies in urine of Arabian camels after immunization.
  • The effect of Jordanian Hawthorn plant Crataegus on the lipid profile in rabbits.
  • Possibility of baker yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae with higher nutritional value.