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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.’................

New strategy to tackle “don’t eat me” signal on cancer cells

Researchers from various research institutes have discovered a new method to inhibit the 'don’t eat me' signal on cancer cells, and have therefore found a new target for immunotherapy.........………….

Helloscience backed innovators to find solutions to Bengaluru’s water woes

Backed by Grundfos and Novozymes, HelloScience Lab is setting out to be a first of its kind, collaborative experiment with global and local partners to work actively with SDG 6 (clean water and sanitation) to address Bengaluru’s water urban challenges...……….

Prime Minister confers Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prizes

Congratulating the scientists who received the CSIR Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar awards this year, the Prime Minister lauded Indian scientific community for recording world class achievements while working with limited resources...……...

Indian scientists identify proteins linked with wheat infection

Researchers at G.B.Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar and Rani Lakshmi Bai Central Agriculture University, Jhansi have identified various proteins in genetic make-up of the fungus which are responsible for damaging crops...………..

Merck wins ‘Life Science Industry Award’ for best use of social...

The company has been recognized for its strategic use of social media platforms to connect with the scientific community..................

“FiRE will help identify rare cells involved in cancer drug resistance”

Mentioned Dr Debarka Sengupta in an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, where he explained the idea and importance of FiRE, a novel algorithm that can detect rare cell types at a very fast speed developed by his team at the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi...……….

‘Buzzed’ flies reveal important step to intoxication

The scientists looked to a system they have seen at play in anesthesia to track alcohol’s effects, starting with an enzyme on nerve cell membranes called phospholipase D2, (PLD2).............