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by Muskan Gupta at Today, 01:46 AM
Plzz suggest the college's which gives placement after MSc in biotechnology... [DISAPPOINTED FACE][DISAPPOINTED FACE]
by Bhagyashri Chirwatkar at 12-07-2017, 12:04 PM
I'm post graduated student of M.Sc. Biotechnology & I want to know about NET examination and question paper pattern of 2016-2017-2018.
by kuldeep thakuria at 12-01-2017, 02:23 PM
Hello everyone I'm kuldeep Thakuria .
Honours: 2nd yr B.sc biotechnology
I'm looking for internship programme to join to improve
Date: December till February
Hometown : Assam

Thank you
by soham at 11-30-2017, 08:28 AM
I am writing a research based argument on germ line gene editing using CRISPR and would really appreciate your opinion on the topic.

Link: https://goo.gl/forms/Hf1L2tW9exNjyNA82
by Priyanka .P at 11-29-2017, 02:54 AM
Hello sir
How to prepare animal and plant bt for gate ?
by Aparna K at 11-27-2017, 04:27 PM
How do we get an idea for a project?Or how to identify if the idea is worthy enough to carry it out further?
by M*Bole at 11-27-2017, 04:46 AM
Hello everyone it's a pleasure to take part in this great forum. I'm a graduate of Zoology and currently pursuing M.Sc. Biotechnology in University of Maiduguri, Nigeria.
by deeba at 11-24-2017, 02:11 AM
Hello
Can anyone suggest me some good Universities/college who offer admission in M.tech without gate score.
Fields I am interested in are (in order of preference)

Nanobiotechnology
Biomedical
Bioinformatics
Biotechnology.

I am currently in 4th year of my B.tech ( Biotechnology ).Though i have applied for gate 2018 and preparing for the same.
But still I want someone to suggest me some colleges as my Plan B.
by tito at 11-23-2017, 05:22 AM
Hii.; sir..I am a student of bsc biotechnology..I want to take some project from any organization or forum.. for self development..plz help mee sir ...
by Priyanka .P at 11-22-2017, 12:43 AM
What is difference between getting job after b.tech biotech and M.tech degree
by asif khan at 11-20-2017, 06:19 PM
I want to work on stem cells please provide experiment and details for my write up for summer research fellowship so i can apply for it please reply Asap
by SunilNagpal at 11-20-2017, 02:06 AM
Just run the following:

sudo mv /opt/lampp/lib/libstdc++.so.6  /opt/lampp/lib/libstdc++.so.6.orig

and you should be good to go.

Never allow www-data user to bypass the password or you might be allowing security breaches.

P.S. This post is not going to be useful for most of the community here, but still there might be some it could be useful for.
by Lavkeshsharma at 11-17-2017, 05:42 PM
Paralyzed rats implanted with engineered tissue containing human stem cells were able to walk independently and regained sensory perception in their hind legs and tail. The implanted rats also show some degree of healing in their spinal cords. The research demonstrates the great potential of stem cells to treat spinal cord injury.

   

Engineered tissue containing human stem cells has allowed paraplegic rats to walk independently and regain sensory perception. The implanted rats also show some degree of healing in their spinal cords. The research, published in Frontiers in Neuroscience, demonstrates the great potential of stem cells -- undifferentiated cells that can develop into numerous different types of cells -- to treat spinal cord injury.

Spinal cord injuries often lead to paraplegia. Achieving substantial recovery following a complete spinal cord tear, or transection, is an as-yet unmet challenge.

Led by Dr. Shulamit Levenberg, of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, the researchers implanted human stem cells into rats with a complete spinal cord transection. The stem cells, which were derived from the membrane lining of the mouth, were induced to differentiate into support cells that secrete factors for neural growth and survival.

The work involved more than simply inserting stem cells at various intervals along the spinal cord. The research team also built a three-dimensional scaffold that provided an environment in which the stem cells could attach, grow and differentiate into support cells. This engineered tissue was also seeded with human thrombin and fibrinogen, which served to stabilize and support neurons in the rat's spinal cord.

Rats treated with the engineered tissue containing stem cells showed higher motor and sensory recovery compared to control rats. Three weeks after introduction of the stem cells, 42% of the implanted paraplegic rats showed a markedly improved ability to support weight on their hind limbs and walk. 75% of the treated rats also responded to gross stimuli to the hind limbs and tail.

In contrast, control paraplegic rats that did not receive stem cells showed no improved mobility or sensory responses.

In addition, the lesions in the spinal cords of the treated rats subsided to some extent. This indicates that their spinal cords were healing.

While the results are promising, the technique did not work for all implanted rats. An important area for further research will be to determine why stem cell implantation worked in some cases but not others. As the research team notes, "This warrants further investigation to shed light on the mechanisms underlying the observed recovery, to enable improved efficacy and to define the intervention optimal for treatment of spinal cord injury."

Although the study in itself does not solve the challenge of providing medical treatments for spinal cord injury in humans, it nevertheless points the way to that solution.Although there is still some way to go before it can be applied in humans, this research gives hope.

Representative images of rat posture 43-days following implantation of an induced-construct (bottom) vs. transection only (top).
by kamsharma at 11-15-2017, 11:10 PM
Can u suggest me some topics for project work in MSc biotechnology
by SunilNagpal at 11-15-2017, 02:01 PM
"You have to dream before your dreams can come true”.
                                                                 – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
(probably the best president India ever had, and most importantly one of the greatest but most humble scientific minds, a brilliant scholar, undoubtedly a legend, who inspired and continues to inspire young and old alike by his works, deeds and legacy)

Here is an opportunity for all the students to get the privilege of earning an internship at coveted CSIR labs of India through AcSIR (CSIR) - APJ Abdul Kalam Summer Training under AcSIR-Kalam Fellowship.

Following are the details:


ABOUT AcSIR-Kalam SUMMER TRAINING PROGRAM

Summer Training Program at AcSIR provides an opportunity to spend one of your summers working at premier research Laboratories of CSIR with some of the leading scientists in India, in an environment which promotes trans-disciplinary research.
The program is supported/ funded by AcSIR through its AcSIR-Kalam Fellowship.

IMPORTANT DATES

Registration Start: November 17, 2017
Application Closes: December 31, 2017
Shortlist Declaration: March 2018
Selection Interview: April 2018
Result Declaration: April 2018


FELLOWSHIP DETAILS

Total number of Fellowships : 20*

Duration: Two months; Between the months of May and August

Amount of Fellowship: Rs. 25,000 per student for the duration of the program
(payable after successful completion of the training program and submission of project report to the Laboratory Coordinator)

Travel allowance to the selected student: Reimbursable to a maximum of Rs. 5,000 per selected student

This is a compulsorily Residential Programwhere the selected students would be required to stay on campus of the respective CSIR Labs on charge basis.

WHO CAN APPLY?

First year of M.Sc program or equivalent: minimum first-class at pre-M.Sc degree level

Third to pre-final year of Integrated M.Sc program or equivalent: GPA 6.0 on a scale of 10 (upto IV Sem)

First year of M.E/M.Tech program or equivalent: GPA 8.0 on a scale of 10 OR GPA 7.0 on a scale of 10 for CFTIs at B.E/B.Tech level or GATE Score ≥600 or NET (Engineering) Rank from 1 to 100

Third year of B.E/ B.Tech program or equivalent: GPA 8.0 on a scale of 10 OR GPA 7.0 on a scale of 10 for CFTIs (upto IV Sem)

Third to pre-final year of Integrated M.E/M.Tech program or equivalent: GPA 8.0 on a scale of 10 OR GPA 7.0 on a scale of 10 for CFTIs (upto IV Sem) or GATE Score ≥600 or NET (Engineering) Rank from 1 to 100


SELECTION PROCESS

Screening will be primarily based on a Research Proposal and other screening criteria decided by the Committee.

An applicant can give five preferences of CSIR Labs/Institutes.

Shortlisted applicants will be intimated electronically

Selection Interview will be held at a central location. Appearance at the interview is mandatory for consideration.

Applicant may be allowed to participate through electronic media for interview (Skype etc.) under specific request.

Selection is purely based on merit/ performance at the selection interview.

Food and lodging arrangements shall be made for applicants called for interview only.

IMPORTANT NOTE

The application form has to be completed in all aspects for consideration

Multiple applications from same applicant will result in cancellation of candidature

All filled-in information should be supported by relevant documents at the time of selection interview

Please visit the websites of participating CSIR Labs for information on their research areas

* Reservation shall be applicable as per GoI rules.

Attaching the poster advertisement:
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Share it with everyone, you think must apply for it or should be aware of it.

All the best
by Mehak3 at 11-14-2017, 02:47 AM
I am mehak doing BSc (Hons) Biotechnology and currently in 2 year. I am applying for the internship. I want to know about difference between academic and industrial research. I got confused in both of them. I ain't interested in job.
Thanks
by malekfaizal94 at 11-14-2017, 01:59 AM
I am Malek, Master student in UPM, Malaysia. currently, I am doing my research about Bacterial panicle blight (BPB) caused by Burkholderia glumae bacteria that associated with rice in Malaysia. After do isolation and biochemical test, I ran PCR by using universal primers (16s). Unfortunately, after Blast the sequences result, there is no Burkholderia glumae detected, but mostly Enterobacter. My supervisor said, try to use specific primers of Burkholderia glumae and do gradient pcr in order to check which annealing temperature is suitable to detect Burkholderia glumae when annealing process occurred. But, after i ran, there is no any bands appeared. I've checked and troubleshoot about concentration and pcr program and so on, but still cannot figure out the problem. Hope you can help me by suggesting other ways.


Thank you. Heart
by mala at 11-11-2017, 09:28 PM
Good Evening. Myself mala,I am looking for openings in Full Time Jobs in Biotechnology. Area of Expertise - Biotechnology. Qualification : Post graduate in Biotechnolog from anna iniversity . I am a self-motivated individual, a quick learner and a hardworking person..pls help me sir.
by shubham Goyal at 11-11-2017, 03:05 AM
Pls let me know briefly
by shubham Goyal at 11-11-2017, 03:00 AM
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