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Nanotech can make plant-based food preservatives more effective

A team of researchers at Banaras Hindu University (BHU) has found a solution to the problems with synthetic preservatives. It has developed a nano-formulation that promises to result in more effective plant-based food preservatives......................

New graphene-based material developed for medical implants

Indian scientists have developed a new material for biomedical applications by combining a graphene-based nanomaterial with Hydroxyapatite (HAp), a commonly used bioceramic in implants.................

Scientists identify genetic factors responsible for infertility among Indian men

The chances of developing a genetic test for male infertility in the near future have increased multifold as a group of Indian scientists has now found underlying genetic factors for infertility among Indian men..............

Antibiotic resistant bacteria found in river water

The new study, done by researchers from the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), has found presence of antibiotic as well as and metal resistant bacteria in river Ganga..............

Dr R V Ramani conferred with Padma Shri Award

One of the highest civilian awards of India ‘Padma Shri’, bestowed to a visionary who has established a world-class Eye Care with a social impact.................. 

Scientists find genomic regions that decide zinc density in wheat

The findings can potentially help in developing wheat varieties with enhanced levels of the micronutrient, scientists said...………….

Deciduous trees with compound leaves more tolerant to air pollution: study

The study by Banaras Hindu University (BHU) has deciphered impact of air pollution on health of various trees, and identified trees hardy enough to tolerate stress induced by air pollution..............

BHU scientists show that nitrogen-rich leaves can be potential fertilizers

The researchers based in Banaras Hindu University have found that supplementing soil with dried leaves of nitrogen-rich trees such as shisham, amaltas and neem can increase the content of soil microbial biomass and grain yield of rice.............

Augmented video games can help in stroke recovery, finds IIT study

The technique developed by a group of researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, is a computer-based exercise platform augmented with a feeling of touch...........

Lalji Singh is no more: A tribute to the father of...

The widely acclaimed scientist, Padmashri Dr Lalji Singh was the pioneer of DNA Fingerprinting technology in India and known as an effective administrator and founder of many institutes and laboratories.................