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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).................

Drug resistant infections associated with higher in hospital mortality rate in...

Researchers analyzed antimicrobial susceptibility testing results and mortality outcomes for over 4,000 patients who visited one of ten tertiary or quaternary referral hospitals across India in 2015...………..

IIT Roorkee researchers identify molecule with antiviral activity against Chikungunya virus

At present, there are no drugs or vaccine available in the market to treat Chikungunya disease.................

Majority of students hopeful of a good career in biotech!

While the latest changes brought into the system are well appreciated, there is a huge need for increased student industry interactions besides a thrust on translational research and communication...........

New discovery raises hope for treating fibrotic diseases

Duke-NUS, SingHealth and NHCS researchers discover a key driver of cardiac and renal fibrosis. Findings presented in the Late-Breaking session at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2017 in Barcelona.........

Researchers surprised over results from new global trial on strokes

The results raise serious questions about the benefit of rehabilitation carried out by family members and highlights the need for urgent investment in professional stroke facilities in low and middle-income countries.............

DBT to fund R&D of genome engineering technologies

The circular by Department of Biotechnology mentions that the preference will be given to multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional or networking efforts to develop genome engineering technologies and their applications..........

Solution to drug resistant kala-azar might be just on cards!

The team of researchers from the CDRI and BHU have recently figured out that nine proteins present in the invading parasite play an important role in its response to antimony agents currently in use.........

Nanotech approach to kill bacteria may replace antibiotics

The new alternative, nanocomposite, as per Indian researchers, has better capability to tackle bacteria as they can target multiple sites within them, unlike most antibiotics.............

S&T Ministry announces new scheme to attract foreign scientists

The foreign faculty members selected under the new 'VAJRA' scheme would reside in India up to three months in a year and would be provided a lump sum amount of US dollar 15,000 in the first month of residence............