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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.............

Rewind 2018: The year of fresh S&T schemes by DST

The fresh educational schemes launched by the government in 2018 were aimed at strengthening the higher education and research programmes...........

IISER-Bhopal scientists develop new method to synthesize bio-conjugates

The researchers at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal, have now demonstrated that it was possible to synthesize an effective conjugate with lysine without much of a problem....................

Brain drain reversal is gathering steam

The number of young scientists returning to do scientific research in India and taking up positions in research and academic institutions is steadily rising.........

Ozone pollution can damage wheat crop

BHU researchers assessed the extent of ozone toxicity in 14 varieties of wheat that have been developed over a period of 42 years.............

Tweaking of schedule could make cancer drugs more effective

By changing the timing of drug administration, the researchers at IIT-Madras could reprogram internal rhythms of reactive species production.............

Hot springs harbour microbial diversity, finds NCL study

A team of scientists from National Collection of Industrial Microorganisms (NCIM) at National Chemical Laboratory, Pune have isolated untapped bacterial cultures from Unkeshwar hot springs on the bank of river Penganga in Maharashtra..................

IIT Kanpur scientists uncover mechanism of joint cartilage formation

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur have reported role of two novel molecules - NFIA and GATA3 - in development of joint cartilage during embryo growth.............

Govt announces new schemes for young scientists & researchers

The schemes primarily aim at early recognition and reward to young talent in the field of science..........

New study suggests kidney disease may be linked to pesticide exposure

Organochlorine pesticides such as DDT and endosulfan are banned in many countries owing to their long persistence in the environment and adverse impacts on human health............