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Solving the mystery of left-handed amino acids in primordial RNA reactions...

The insights by Tokyo University of Science researchers bring us a step closer to understanding the mechanisms driving the homochirality of amino acids, an essential step toward decoding the chemical origin of life

BioVoice eMagazine March 2023 Issue 3 Volume 4

Click to Read: March 2023 Edition of BioVoice eMagazine The Cover Story, "The Torchbearers of Indian bioscience- Profiling India’s Top 20 Promising Bioscience Innovators" in the...

Honoring farmers & promoting collaboration: NMIMS hosts farmer-scientist interface

Interactive session witnessed discussion between scientists and farmers

CDRI scientist finds out a novel option to tackle Triple-Negative Breast...

Research finding of the study by Dr Dipak Datta & his team would be helpful for targeted therapy of TNBC

BioVoice eMagazine December 2022 Issue 3 Volume 3

Click to Read: BioVoice eMagazine December 2022 Issue 3 Volume 3 The Cover Story in the current edition focuses on India's strong biotech R&D segment...

18th International Telemedicine Conference ‘TELEMEDICON 2022’ to be held in Kerala

To be held on November 10 -12, 2022, the three-day event will bring together more than 200 scientists and academic scholars from India and around the world

Merck India sparks curiosity in students during visit to its high-tech...

The Merck M Lab™ Collaboration Center tour for school children focuses on sparking curiosity in the next generation of scientists

NMIMS professors featured in Stanford list of world’s top 2% scientists...

These individual researchers have presented over 50+ research papers and projects with overall 800+ such research handled by the School of Pharmacy, NMIMS so far

Turning fish waste into quality carbon-based nanomaterial

Scientists develop a simple, fast, and energy-efficient synthesis method for producing exceptional carbon nano-onions from fish scales

Scientists develop ML techniques to predict neonatal & infant mortality in...

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur and Western Michigan University use nationwide household survey data from India to identify significant neonatal and infant mortality predictors using multiple machine learning techniques