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Must focus on evidence-based medicine & rationale use of traditional therapies:...

Capacity Building and Continuing Medical Education training program for AYUSH personnel initiated at CSIR-CDRI, Lucknow

CCMB scientists unearth potential diagnostic markers for male infertility

The new study which was conducted in collaboration with several other institutions and focused on the cause of infertility in the rest of the cases, has now identified eight defective genes in these men

Dr. Radha Rangarajan takes charge as director of CSIR-CDRI, Lucknow

Dr Rangarajan has been actively involved in translational research and product development in the public health arena for the last two decades

Cabinet nod to widening access of Traditional Knowledge Digital Library database...

The access to the TKDL database would be through a paid subscription model with a phase-wise opening to national and international users

Dr Krishna Ella bestowed with AVRA Technology Award 2021

Dr Ella while delivering the award lecture, said there was a requirement to create an ecosystem where India should innovate and not copy from other countries and encourage start-ups

A unique Farmer-Industry-Scientist meeting held in Dehradun

Recently CSIR-NIScPR has undertaken a major initiative for dissemination of CSIR technologies for creating livelihood opportunities in rural areas in the wake of situation created by COVID-19 pandemic

J&K’s purple revolution to boost lavender oil production, help in import...

Lavender farms have started dotting the landscape, adding yet another colour, purple, thanks to a mission-based programme initiated by the CSIR

Agri-tech startups are critical to India’s future economy: Dr Jitendra Singh

The Minister addresses the third edition of “TechBharat” on the theme “Transforming India’s FoodTech, AgriTech & Agronomic Landscape” at CSIR-CFTRI Campus in Mysuru

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