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Thermo Fisher Scientific to host ‘Virtual LCMS Conference’ on 23rd June

An exclusive event curated with a focus on Orbitrap technology and beyond for the Asia Pacific region.....................

An artificial intelligence-based accurate diagnosis of oral cancers

Indian scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) based algorithms as an aid to rapid diagnosis and prediction of oral squamous cell carcinoma...................

The hand that rocked the cradle swears to eliminate childhood blindness

WOS-A scheme provides a platform to women scientists and technologists for pursuing research in basic or applied sciences, says Dr Savleen Kaur..............

Govt committed to doubling farmers income by 2022, says Agri Minister

Strengthening agriculture and the rural economy together will strengthen India, stated Union Agriculture Minister, N S Tomar at the First National Consultative Workshop on Strengthening Agri- Logistics in e-National Agriculture Market (e-Nam) held in New Delhi...............

Rewind 2019: How did our bioscience academia fare in the year...

From initiating biopharma and agri-biotechnology research projects to new collaborative projects, the year 2019 witnessed many key developments in the field of bioscience research in India....................

6 bio-scientists awarded Swarna Jayanti Fellowships for 2018-19

The Swarna Jayanti Fellowships scheme was instituted by Government of India to commemorate India's fiftieth year of independence................

CCMB kicks off its Young Innovators Program

During this program the participants interacted with active scientists at CCMB, and gave a hands-on experience on research.................

Study opens new avenue for preventing cancer

The scientists based at the National Institute of Immunology have found a way to stop the degradation of a protein called p53 that prevents cancer cells from proliferating and forming tumours in the body...................

Two CSIR-CDRI scientists selected for prestigious ICMR awards

The two of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research's Central Drug Research Institute scientists have been selected for two prestigious awards of Indian Council of Medical Research for their significant contributions in biomedical sciences................

CSIR-CDRI initiating ‘Faculty Colloquium Series’

In the first chapter, Dr Wahajul Haq will deliver a talk on ‘Structure optimization of small molecules: Opportunities in new drug discovery research.’................