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IISER Bhopal scientists invent technology for precision protein engineering

The platform will help Cancer patients with precise imaging-guided tumor surgeries and directed Cancer Chemotherapeutics in the coming years.........................

‘N protein’ of Coronavirus plays critical role in its transmission: IISER...

It is not enough to study spike protein alone to develop therapeutic drugs, antibodies, and entry inhibitors, since actual infectivity levels may vary significantly based on the presence of other viral proteins like the nucleocapsid (N) protein...............................

IISER Bhopal innovators develop ‘Oxycon’ to address oxygen shortage during 2nd...

The developed device is capable of providing 93% – 95% of oxygen up to 3 lit/min of flow rate and costs less than Rs. 20,000..................

IISER Bhopal innovators develop a unique monitoring system to prevent COVID-19...

This one-of-its-kind low-cost AI-enabled device is portable and easy to deploy across various locations...................

Fresh scientific insights might help in treating head & nerve injuries

The study by Indian scientists could help in understanding and treatment of concussion from head injuries as well as stretch-induced nerve injuries.

Cipla Foundation sets up a state-of-the-art chemistry laboratory at IISER Pune

The lab aims to provide practical training in Chemistry to undergraduates and researchers in the varsity campus along with support to the national outreach programme for school children..................

Scientists find a new nano-drug delivery route for chemotherapy

Scientists have been looking for nanotechnology-based localised drug delivery systems to target cancer cells alone and minimise side effects. The latest development is a great step forward ....................

BD inaugurates ‘Centre of Excellence in Flow Cytometry’ at IISER, Pune

The state-of-the-art CoE that was launched in Pune, will provide training to researchers and young scientists to enhance their expertise in flow cytometry and focus on frontier areas in biological sciences..............

Scientist uncover a piece in the puzzle of macrophage activation

Scientists at the Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH), Chandigarh have found that a protein called Arf-like (Arl) GTPase-11(Arl11) activates macrophages in response to pathogenic stimuli...........

Western Ghats biodiversity is a significant source of moisture for monsoon

The new study points out that the evapotranspiration from the vegetation over the Western Ghats accounts for one quarter of the rainfall over peninsular India.............