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Researchers in India to soon have access to Cryogenic-Electron microscopy

Cryo-EM facilities can help research in structural biology, enzymology and drug discovery to combat new and emerging diseases...........

Researcher working on low-cost smart nano disease detection device receives SERB...

The smart nanodevice developed by Dr Sonu Gandhi and her group helped in detection of the biomarkers of the diseases using graphene functionalized with amine and conjugated with specific antibodies.......................

Dr Harsh Vardhan dedicates two new scientific databases to the nation

The database on `Indian Origin Academicians’, in turn, has information on 23,472 Indian academicians and research scholars working in various countries....................

More power to women scientists, researchers

The Department of Science and Technology has launched two unique schemes for women scientists, researchers in science and engineering, SERB – POWER Fellowship and SERB – POWER Research Grants............................

NCVTC to develop host-directed antivirals for COVID 19

The Hisar (Haryana) based National Centre for Veterinary Type Cultures (NCVTC) will screen their library of 94 small molecule chemical inhibitors for antivirals against coronaviruses. These are believed to have fewer tendencies in inducing drug resistance................

India’s S&T institutions raise their game against COVID-19

With no vaccine in sight for at least the next 12-18 months, it seems the fight for rescuing humankind from this deadly virus has only just begun....................

SERB invites proposals on COVID-19 & related respiratory viral infections

Proposals to ramp up R&D efforts for new antivirals, vaccines, and affordable diagnostics may be submitted as per SERB-IRHPA format by 5 pm on Monday, the 30th March 2020, through the SERB online portal............

CSIR-CDRI scientist bags SERB Women Excellence Award

Dr Niti Kumar will receive the award from the President of India during National Science Day Celebrations on February 28, 2020, at Vigyan Bhawan.....................

NIPGR scientists find a new approach to boost rice yield

The scientists at the National Institute of Plant Genome Research have identified a gene that is involved in regulating the size of rice grain. The new approach could help towards developing rice varieties that produce bigger and consequently heavier grains............

New technology may help engineer natural proteins in human body

Researchers say this methodology could label even a single protein in a mixture of proteins without altering their structures.............