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Atena Mirbolook | Environmental Science | Best Researcher Award

Dr Atena Mirbolook, Urmia University, Iran

Dr. Atena Mirbolook is a distinguished soil scientist with a Ph.D. in Soil Chemistry and Fertility from Urmia University (2014-2020) ๐ŸŒฑ. She also holds an M.S. and B.S. in Agriculture Engineering – Soil Science from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad ๐ŸŒพ. As a lecturer at Payame Noor University and an educational expert at Ferdowsi University, she has made significant contributions to soil science research. Her work focuses on innovative fertilizers to enhance nutrient uptake and crop yields. Dr. Mirbolook has published extensively, with notable research on slow-release fertilizers and nutrient efficiency ๐Ÿ“š. She is an active member of the Iranian Soil Science Association ๐ŸŒ.

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I hold a Ph.D. in Soil Chemistry and Fertility from Urmia University, where I was the top graduate in 2020 ๐Ÿ†. Prior to this, I earned my M.S. in Agricultural Engineering with a focus on Soil Science from Ferdowsi University in Mashhad, graduating as the second top student in 2006 ๐Ÿฅˆ. My academic journey began with a B.S. in Agricultural Engineering, also from Ferdowsi University, where I graduated as the second top student in 2003 ๐ŸŒฑ. My educational background has provided me with a strong foundation in soil science and agricultural engineering.


As a lecturer at Payame Noor University in Mashhad, Iran, I bring a wealth of expertise in educational practices, supported by my role as an educational expert at Ferdowsi University. My involvement with the Iranian Soil Science Association underscores my dedication to advancing environmental knowledge. Additionally, as a research and development expert at Song of Soil & Sun Fajr Parsian Company, I actively contribute to innovative initiatives in agriculture and environmental sustainability. ๐ŸŒฑ My career path reflects a commitment to education, research, and practical application, aimed at fostering a deeper understanding of soil science and its implications for our environment.

Research focus

Dr. A. Mirbolook’s research primarily focuses on enhancing nutrient uptake efficiency in plants through innovative fertilization strategies. ๐ŸŒฑ His work spans the synthesis and application of chelates such as Zn-amino acid and -chitosan complexes to improve zinc uptake in beans and wheat. Additionally, he explores the fortification of bread wheat with micronutrients like zinc and iron through organic complexes, highlighting their efficacy compared to traditional forms like ZnSO4. ๐Ÿž His studies contribute significantly to agricultural sustainability by investigating novel slow-release fertilizers and their impact on crop growth, nutrient concentrations, and yield, addressing critical issues in modern farming practices.

Publication top notes

Synthesized Zn(II)-Amino Acid and -Chitosan Chelates to Increase Zn Uptake by Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) Plants

Fortification of Bread Wheat Using Synthesized Zn-Glycine and Zn-Alanine Chelates in Comparison with ZnSO4ย in a Calcareous Soil

Effects of chromium on enzymatic/nonenzymatic antioxidants and oxidant levels of Portulaca oleracea L.

Phytoremediation of Cr+ 6 in contaminated soil using Portulaca oleracea

Effect of a new slow-release zinc fertilizer based on carbon dots on the zinc concentration, growth indices, and yield in wheat (Triticum aestivum)

Fortification of bread wheat with iron through soil and foliar application of iron-organic-complexes

Comparison of chemical, physical characteristics and maturity of produced vermicompost from cow manure treated with sugar beet molasses, aeration and soil

The effect of different concentrations of nano-molybdenum and calcium fertilizers on growth parameters and nodulation of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)

Synthesis and characterization of the Schiff base Fe (II) complex as a new iron source in nutrient solution

New Slow-Release Urea Fertilizer Fortified with Zinc for Improving Zinc Availability and Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Maize

Effect of Iron Chelates and their Application Methods on Iron Nutrition Status of Bean Plant (Phaseolus vulgaris) in a Calcareous Soil

Atena Mirbolook | Environmental Science | Best Researcher Award

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