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by BETSY ANN at 10-21-2017, 01:24 AM
Can a b tech fresher with good academic records will get job even as a trainee in Research and development department of a company
by SunilNagpal at 10-20-2017, 11:00 AM
Three gems in Indian Scientific Research, the Indian Academies of Science, namely:

Indian Academy of Sciences (Bengaluru), Indian National Science Academy (New Delhi), and The National Academy of Sciences, India (Allahabad)

have released notification for recruiting Summer Research Fellows (both students as well as teachers) for summer of 2018. Share this with every student you know and every teacher you are familiar with, who must apply for these opportunities.

Following are the details:

A. General

1) Application should be submitted online in the prescribed format. Application link is available in the websites of the three Academies (http://www.ias.ac.inhttp://www.insaindia.org;www.nasi.org.in).

2) Its mandatory to upload the marks sheets from class X till the last examination. Please have the scanned versions of mark sheets (in JPEG format), before starting to fill up the application.

  
3) Only one application per candidate will be considered. If more than one application is submitted, none of the applications will be considered.

4) Answers to columns indicated by an asterisk (*) are mandatory and must be filled.

5) The last date for receipt of online applications is 30 November 2017.

B. Eligibility criteria

For Students:

6a) Applicants should be studying in one of the following:

BS / BSc / BVSc / BPharm (II and III years only)

BE / BTech / BCA / BArch (II and III years only)

MS / MSc / MVSc / MPharm (I year only)

ME / MTech / MCA / MArch (I year only)(5-year integrated)

MS / MSc /MTech / MBBS (II, III, IV years only)

PharmD (III, IV years only)

(dual degree) BTech + MTech (II/,III,IV years only)

(dual degree) BE + MSc (II, III, IV years only)

(dual degree) BS + MS (II, III, IV years only)

Integrated PhD (I, II years only)MSc Tech (I, II years only)

For Teachers:

6b) Teachers must be teaching in a College/University.

7) The minimum percentage of average marks in core subjects only (i.e. excluding languages) from X std. up to post-graduation (whichever years completed) should be 65% or above for students.The minimum Percentage of average marks does not apply for teachers.

8) Students doing PhD are not eligible.

9) Applicants who have availed the Academies fellowship twice before are not eligible to apply.

C. Contents

10) The applicant should include a write-up (in about 150–250 words) as to the specific area of the applicant and indicate what he/she would like to learn and achieve through this fellowship. It can also include the specific experiment or theory that the applicant wants to work on but NOT a general description of the area. The write-up should not be a "copy and paste" job from any source.

11) Do not use special/scientific characters like Ø Ü etc...as the software will prevent you from uploading the application with such characters.

D. Enclosures to application

12) Both student and teacher applicants must upload scanned versions of mark sheets from class X till the last examination in JPEG Format (the size of each marks sheet should not exceed 700 kb).

13) Teacher applicants should upload their publications, if any. On selection, an authorization letter from the Principal/HoD that necessary permission/leave of absence will be granted should be sent by post to the Coordinator, SRFP 2018, Indian Academy of Sciences, Bengaluru 560 080. 

E. Other matters

14) Student applicants must upload the contact details of one of their present teachers or the Head of the Department (HoD). The Academy will get in touch with the teacher and obtain the recommendation letter.

15) All decisions regarding the selection of candidates will be at the sole discretion of the Academies. Any grievance or dispute concerning SRFP 2018 shall be addressed to the Academy whose decision thereon shall be final.

16) If a candidate is found at any point of time to have submitted false information, his/her fellowship will be cancelled, and he/she will be asked to pay back the fellowship amount/travel allowance etc. that has been paid to him/her. Further his/her guide and the Institution in which he/she is currently studying will be informed of the matter.

17) Without prejudice to 15) above, only the courts at Bengaluru city shall be the fora for seeking judicial remedy, if any, for any dispute or grievance.

F. Notes

18) Academy means Indian Academy of Sciences, Bengaluru. Academies mean Indian Academy of Sciences (Bengaluru), Indian National Science Academy (New Delhi), and The National Academy of Sciences, India (Allahabad). 

19) Guide means a person from the list of scientists/faculty approved by the Academies as guides.

20) All correspondence should be addressed to:
Mr C.S. Ravi Kumar
Coordinator, Summer Research Fellowship Programme
Indian Academy of Sciences
CV Raman Avenue, near Mekhri Circle
Sadashivanagar
Bengaluru 560 080

Tel. (080) 2266 1207, 2266 1202, 2266 1221

Email: sumfel@ias.ac.in, website: http://www.ias.ac.in
by Sunil Dhasmana at 10-20-2017, 05:43 AM
Hello everyone
Currently I'm pursuing B.sc(hons) Biotechnology 2nd year.
Currently i'm looking for summer internship programme.
by SunilNagpal at 10-18-2017, 01:07 PM
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I, like many others on internet, think it should be 38, what's your take and explanation?
by maducisca at 10-18-2017, 12:28 AM
Am a Nigerian and currently in my third year studying biotechnology. I like to write and can I get suggestions on good biotechnology topics to work on.
Especially one that'll benefit nigerians, Africa at large.
Thanks.
by deeba at 10-17-2017, 10:10 PM
Sir, please tell how should i prepare for Bioprocess engineering and process Biotechnology for Gate 2018..I am having a tough time preparing for it.
by sanjaibiotech@yahoo.com at 10-16-2017, 10:36 AM
Department of Biotechnology, Thapar University is Organizing an International Conference on Drug Discovery: Biotechnology & Pharma at Cross Roads from 15-17th February 2018.
Conference tracks: 1. Biodiversity and Bioprospection
                              2. Screening Technologies for Drug Discovery
                              3. Natural product chemistry in Drug Development
                              4. Biologics, Biopharmaceuticals and Pharmacogenomics
                              5. Synthetic biology and Metabolomics
                              6. Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
                              7.  Interface of Academia and Industry in Drug Discovery

We are inviting speaker proposals in all tracks by 25th October 2017.
We are also inviting abstracts for poster presentation .
Registration for the conference opens on 30th October 2017.

You can please write to me at : Prof. Dr. Sanjai Saxena, Convenor, International Conference on Drug Discovery: Biotechnology & Pharma at CrossRoads, Department of Biotechnology, Thapar University, Patiala 147004, Punjab INDIA
sanjaibiotech@yahoo.com; ssaxena@thapar.edu Mobile +91 9888219815
by mfiume at 10-12-2017, 02:49 AM
Date: October 17th 2017, 7-9pm
Location: Hilton, Orlando
Price: Free

FLOW brings together thought leaders in bioinformatics to deliver a practical workshop on open, reproducible workflows. At FLOW, you will learn how to use the latest tools and standards to write, run, and scale open workflows in the cloud, including Broad's GATK4. 
Refreshments will be provided.

Space is limited.

Register here
by BETSY ANN at 10-11-2017, 04:52 PM
Hi everyone,

Can anybody please give an outline of BITP final interview and commonly asking questions for the same
by Lavkeshsharma at 10-11-2017, 04:56 AM
Strand hiring Bioinformatics Scientists.
Send in your resumes to strand @biohiring.com with Job Title as subject.
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by Lavkeshsharma at 10-11-2017, 04:19 AM
Scientists discover way to reduce animal feed and food production costs by increasing a key nutrient in corn

Source:Rutgers University

Summary:Scientists have found an efficient way to enhance the nutritional value of corn -- the world's largest commodity crop -- by inserting a bacterial gene that causes it to produce a key nutrient called methionine, according to a new study.

   


Rutgers scientists have found an efficient way to enhance the nutritional value of corn -- the world's largest commodity crop -- by inserting a bacterial gene that causes it to produce a key nutrient called methionine, according to a new study.

The Rutgers University-New Brunswick discovery could benefit millions of people in developing countries, such as in South America and Africa, who depend on corn as a staple. It could also significantly reduce worldwide animal feed costs.

"We improved the nutritional value of corn, the largest commodity crop grown on Earth," said Thomas Leustek, study co-author and professor in the Department of Plant Biology in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. "Most corn is used for animal feed, but it lacks methionine -- a key amino acid -- and we found an effective way to add it."

The study, led by Jose Planta, a doctoral student at the Waksman Institute of Microbiology, was published online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Methionine, found in meat, is one of the nine essential amino acids that humans get from food, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information. It is needed for growth and tissue repair, improves the tone and flexibility of skin and hair, and strengthens nails. The sulfur in methionine protects cells from pollutants, slows cell aging and is essential for absorbing selenium and zinc.

Every year, synthetic methionine worth several billion dollars is added to field corn seed, which lacks the substance in nature, said study senior author Joachim Messing, a professor who directs the Waksman Institute of Microbiology. The other co-author is Xiaoli Xiang of the Rutgers Department of Plant Biology and Sichuan Academy of Agricultural Sciences in China.

"It is a costly, energy-consuming process," said Messing, whose lab collaborated with Leustek's lab for this study. "Methionine is added because animals won't grow without it. In many developing countries where corn is a staple, methionine is also important for people, especially children. It's vital nutrition, like a vitamin."

Chicken feed is usually prepared as a corn-soybean mixture, and methionine is the sole essential sulfur-containing amino acid that's missing, the study says.

The Rutgers scientists inserted an E. coli bacterial gene into the corn plant's genome and grew several generations of corn. The E. coli enzyme -- 3?-phosphoadenosine-5?-phosphosulfate reductase (EcPAPR) -- spurred methionine production in just the plant's leaves instead of the entire plant to avoid the accumulation of toxic byproducts, Leustek said. As a result, methionine in corn kernels increased by 57 percent, the study says.

Then the scientists conducted a chicken feeding trial at Rutgers and showed that the genetically engineered corn was nutritious for them, Messing said.

Surprise, one important outcome was that corn plant growth was not affected

In the developed world, including the U.S., meat proteins generally have lots of methionine, Leustek said. But in the developing world, subsistence farmers grow corn for their family's consumption.

study shows that they wouldn't have to purchase methionine supplements or expensive foods that have higher methionine

Journal Reference:

Jose Planta, Xiaoli Xiang, Thomas Leustek, Joachim Messing. Engineering sulfur storage in maize seed proteins without apparent yield loss. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2017; 201714805 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1714805114
by anuj at 10-11-2017, 02:25 AM
Sir, i want to know about the internship projects. As i m pursuing B. S. C (H) biotechnology. So, i want to know tht where i can get the good interships.
by Muskan Gupta at 10-09-2017, 05:49 PM
Can u plz tell me abt entrance exams held for MBA biotech.. n it's scop..
by Vikash at 10-07-2017, 08:29 PM
im vikash...
hope i would learn something new and intresting.here....,?
by RINKI at 10-07-2017, 07:55 PM
Explain leaky potassium channel.
by saswati mishra at 10-07-2017, 04:34 PM
HIV GENOTYPING and role of mutation in drug resistance are different??
by saswati mishra at 10-07-2017, 03:12 PM
Sir, can you please suggest me some recent experiment or topics related to genetics and chemical science for my internship???
by Lavkeshsharma at 10-07-2017, 04:14 AM
Recruitment Drive by Syngene for Analytical - NPD on 8th October 2017 , Sunday at Hyedrabad

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by RINKI at 10-06-2017, 07:43 PM
Is their any options for internship in research projects...???
by Lavkeshsharma at 10-06-2017, 06:52 AM
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Walk - In at Ahemadabad on Sunday, 8th October 2017 ( 9 AM - 2 PM) for positions in Fill Finish and Insulin Production

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