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Nano-chip made from laboratory waste can help in diagnosis of diseases

The nano-chip fabricated by team of scientists from the Indian Institute of Technology-Guwahati is enzyme-free and can be used for hydrogen peroxide detection.............

IIT Guwahati researchers develop hand-held device to detect bacteria

This novel, low-cost diagnostic device is a biocompatible sensor that can detect bacteria without cell culture and microbiological assays, thereby useful not only in healthcare but also in anti-bioterrorism measures and environmental monitoring applications...................

Extremely tiny gold nanorattle may help detect serotonin levels instantly

A group of Indian researchers has developed a nanotechnology-based biosensor for detection of serotonin in blood and urine...........

New polymeric material developed for controlled release of two different drugs

The new material developed by the IIT-Guwahati team helps in controlling the rate of infiltration of water molecules and thus allows release of drug molecule in a sustained manner.........................

Injectable gel may deliver islet cells for type 1 diabetes: study

As per scientists, the development is promising as it may help type 1 diabetes patients to get rid of frequent insulin injections in future...……………….

Govt to set up 5 new research parks at 4 IITs...

The government has announced the decision to launch a Smart Campus Campaign under which educational institutions which perform on the parameters of saving, conserving and recycling would be identified and honored...............

Scientists use silk polymer to develop artificial vertebral disc

The use of a silk biopolymer to fabricate a biocompatible disc can reduce the cost of artificial discs in future, claim researchers from the Department of Biomaterial and Tissue Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati............

Combination therapy may improve treatment of blood cancer

Scientists at Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati have demonstrated in laboratory cell-based studies that by a new combined approach, resistant cells can be re-sensitized to drugs...........

Implantable silk mat developed to speed up bone healing

Researchers now plan animal trials in which silk mats will be implanted in goats and sheep to see if it helps to enhance the pace of healing injured joints and to evaluate safety............