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CSIR-CDRI transfers technology of a nucleic acid staining ‘dye GreenR’

The development of this indigenous dye will offer the Indian researcher an alternative to expensive imported dyes made by foreign MNCs

Bio-incubation centre to promote entrepreneurship in J&K

Nestled within the Himalayan biodiversity hotspot, the region is particularly rich in terms of medicinal and aromatic plants

Gujarat’s iCreate & CSIR sign MoU to harness India’s tech strength

iCreate to help establish new start-up incubators at select CSIR labs to boost commercialization of CSIR’s innovations

Thermo Fisher Scientific deploys cryo-electron microscopy solutions at CCMB

The facility will be accessible to researchers in CCMB, other CSIR labs as well as researchers from other institutes, universities, pharma and biotech companies in the country

CSIR-CDRI to host 8th international symposium on drug discovery research

The CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow is all set to host the 8th "International Symposium on Current Trends in Drug Discovery Research” from March 12-14, 2022

CSIR-CDRI licenses nucleic acid staining dye tech to GenetoProtein

The dye GreenR™ has been developed by CDRI Senior Principal Scientist Dr. Atul Goel in a joint collaborative project with an industry partner Biotech Desk Private Limited, Hyderabad

New insights into COVID-19 RNA variations & their implications

The researchers have also studied the fixation of these intra-host variations into extra-host variations and mutations that lead to variants

Dr D. Srinivasa Reddy gets additional charge of Director, CSIR-CDRI

Director, CSIR-Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine (IIIM), Jammu, Dr. D. Srinivas Reddy has a good amalgamation of research experience from the pharmaceutical Industry and research institutes

Union S&T Minister emphasizes criticality of digital medicine

Tele-medicine and robotic surgery have already taken over in a big way and the indispensable utility of these new options was realised during the pandemic times, noted Dr Jitendra Singh

CSIR-CDRI scientists develop indigenous RT-PCR kit ‘Om’ for Omicron variant

Under the Government initiative to make India self-reliant in RT-PCR diagnostics, CDRI developed an indigenous RT-PCR diagnostic kit