Saturday, December 14, 2019
wellness India Expo
Home Tags DST

Tag: DST

CSIR-CDRI scientist Dr P R Mishra has been elected as a...

Dr Mishra has received this recognition from National Academy of Science, India for his outstanding contribution in mechanistic understanding of targeted nano-therapeutics through ligand receptor interactions....................

JNU to establish new centre for research in natural products

The main objective of the center is to screen natural products to identify potential candidates for further optimization and preclinical and clinical development as new drugs against parasitic diseases......................

CSIR announces the winners of Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar prize for 2019

Director General of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Dr Shekhar C.Mande, announced the names of twelve winners on the occasion of CSIR Foundation Day on 26th September....................

New policy coming for Scientific Social Responsibility

A draft of the new policy aimed at developing a mechanism for ensuring access to scientific knowledge has been made available by the Department of Science and Technology on its website for public comments................

IIT Delhi to establish shared research infrastructure

The science and technology infrastructure facility named Sophisticated Analytical and Technical Help Institute (SATHI) will be set up in the Sonepat campus (Haryana) of Indian Institute of Delhi (IIT Delhi).................

FIND signs US$14.5M grant with UNITAID to develop drug-resistant TB diagnostics

Activities funded by Unitaid will run for 3 years in Brazil, China, Georgia, India and South AfricaThe project will generate evidence and boost in-country sequencing capacity to support the global adoption of commercial, targeted next-generation sequencing for affordable, scalable and rapid tuberculosis drug-susceptibility testing...........................

“FiRE will help identify rare cells involved in cancer drug resistance”

Mentioned Dr Debarka Sengupta in an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, where he explained the idea and importance of FiRE, a novel algorithm that can detect rare cell types at a very fast speed developed by his team at the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi...……….

Balancing act at the edge of cells: Study

The latest studies have showed the importance of understanding non-traditional cell pathways for their potential translational value............

Faster diagnostic tests developed for tuberculosis

Scientists at the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute here and All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi have jointly developed highly sensitive and rapid tests for detection of tuberculosis infection in lungs and surrounding membranes.....

Cellulose nanofibres from bagasse can help in controlled release of pesticides

The system has been developed by blending sugarcane bagasse with gelatinized maize starch and urea formaldehyde to form nanocomposite granules...………….