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Trivitron sets up its Centre-of-Excellence in R&D & manufacturing on AMTZ...

The new centre of Trivitron will have provision to manufacture 300 million RT-PCR tests and over 70 million tests of Rapid Card/POCT per annum

ICMR-NIN & IFBA join hands towards building healthier India

Creating awareness by educating the consumer to make informed healthy choices for food and beverages

US announces $122 million fund to top three Indian medical research...

The total funding of USD 122,475,000 will, over a period of five years, be distributed to the three top Indian health research institutions, Indian Council of Medical Research and its affiliated institutes, National Institute of Virology and National Institute of Epidemiology

Genes2Me launches CoviEasy, a self-test kit for Covid-19

CoviEasy has undergone stringent quality checks at ICMR approved Validation center and further received approval from CDSCO India

Cabinet approves MoU between India & USA to develop new biomedical...

Agreement will further strengthen relations between India and the USA within the framework of international scientific and technological cooperation in fields of mutual interest.

Health Ministry issues guidelines for management of Monkeypox

Clinical specimens to be sent to NIV Pune Apex Laboratory through Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) network

Dr. Sheela Nampoothiri becomes co-chair of ICMR’s Rare Diseases National Consortium’s...

Dr. Ratna Puri from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi is the Chairperson of the expert committee

Providing people-centric high-tech solutions

ARTPARK at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, developed an AI-driven platform that helped in the interpretation of images sent over WhatsApp, thus bringing about early interventions through rapid screening of COVID 19

Study unravels cause of compromised immunity in gastric patients

The study revealed that outer membrane proteins HomA and HomB form a small β-barrel along with a surface exposed globular domain

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