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Scientists discover defined 'compartments' in bacteria with specific roles to play in their survival
science

Scientists discover defined 'compartments' in bacteria with specific roles to play in their survival

These compartments are the norm and not the exception in bacteria, hinting at the complexity of these one-celled living organisms.

Biocon Q4 net profit falls 42% to Rs 123 cr due to one-time COVID-19 impact; total income up 6%
Business

Biocon Q4 net profit falls 42% to Rs 123 cr due to one-time COVID-19 impact; total income up 6%

Biotechnology major Biocon has reported a 42 percent decline in its consolidated net profit to Rs 123 crore for the quarter ended March 2020, mainly on account of the one-time coronavirus-related impact on its biologics business

Tata Steel creates a culture and ecosystem of innovation, ushering India into the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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Tata Steel creates a culture and ecosystem of innovation, ushering India into the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Tata Steel works closely with the government and regulators to shape and drive policies for economic and environmental sustainability.

You could soon order 100% lab-grown meat
World

You could soon order 100% lab-grown meat

Cultured meat, which does not involve heavy use of antibiotics or pesticides in animal feed and hormones for fast growth of poultry, could be the future of food

Earth Day 2019: Upgrading to nutritious, environmentally safe meat is of global importance
science

Earth Day 2019: Upgrading to nutritious, environmentally safe meat is of global importance

Researchers all over the world are pioneering techniques for making delicious and nutritious meat.

Can genetically engineered trees help save the world's disappearing forests?
science

Can genetically engineered trees help save the world's disappearing forests?

GM forest trees could counter threats to forest health, bringing in a new frontier in biotechnology.

Scientists create molecular 'baits' for trapping virus' known to infect humans
science

Scientists create molecular 'baits' for trapping virus' known to infect humans

During the Zika virus outbreak of 2015-16, public health officials scrambled to contain the epidemic.

Biosensor, app developed by IIT researchers can help anyone detect, quantify bacteria
science

Biosensor, app developed by IIT researchers can help anyone detect, quantify bacteria

It could tell apart bacteria live & dead in 6 hours, unlike the 16-24 hours that current methods need.

Year in review: India’s biggest achievements in the fields of science and medicine
science

Year in review: India’s biggest achievements in the fields of science and medicine

India made headlines in fields ranging from nanotechnology to space weather during the year.

SEBI relaxes startups listing norms; bourses to create 'Innovators Growth Platform'
Business

SEBI relaxes startups listing norms; bourses to create 'Innovators Growth Platform'

The relaxation in the norms follows tepid market interest to the existing platform and demands from various stakeholders to make the norms easier and the platform more accessible in the wake of expanding activities in the Indian startup space.

IIT JAM 2019: Registration begins on joaps.iitkgp.ac.in, last date to apply is 10 October
India

IIT JAM 2019: Registration begins on joaps.iitkgp.ac.in, last date to apply is 10 October

Online registration for IIT JAM 2019 has begun on 5 September, 2018. The last date for registration is 10 October. The examination for Master of Science (MSc) will be conducted by IIT Kharagpur on 10 February.

IIT JAM 2019: Examination scheduled for 10 February, registration to begin from 1 September on jam.iitkgp.ac.in
India

IIT JAM 2019: Examination scheduled for 10 February, registration to begin from 1 September on jam.iitkgp.ac.in

IIT Kharagpur set the date for IIT JAM 2019 examination for 10 February, 2019. Candidates can register between 1 September and 10 October, 2018.

MBBS Admissions: Delhi HC says Class 12 students with biology as additional subject now eligible for admission
India

MBBS Admissions: Delhi HC says Class 12 students with biology as additional subject now eligible for admission

The MCI regulates that students with biology as an additional subject in Class 12 are not eligible for the NEET exam, which is pivotal to MBBS admissions.

Govt spending on science research has remained stagnant: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
science

Govt spending on science research has remained stagnant: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Unlike other economies, the Indian government is the primary source of science research funding as well as the primary user of those funds, Shaw noted.

Ram Nath Kovind in Cuba: New Delhi, Havana agree to enhance cooperation in biotechnology, renewable energy
India

Ram Nath Kovind in Cuba: New Delhi, Havana agree to enhance cooperation in biotechnology, renewable energy

India and Cuba have agreed to enhance cooperation in biotechnology, renewable energy and traditional medicine.

IIT Kharagpur team develops disposable and flexible battery powered by bacteria present in the sewage water
News & Analysis

IIT Kharagpur team develops disposable and flexible battery powered by bacteria present in the sewage water

The research presented by IIT Kharagpur's 'Team Electrodes' at KPIT Sparkle 2018, won the first prize and a cash award of Rs 10 lakh.

CCMB working to make personalised medicine a reality
News & Analysis

CCMB working to make personalised medicine a reality

CCMB is looking to engage with clinicians and the industry in a big way, with them participating right from the beginning stages of research.

New initiatives to boost technology incubators
News & Analysis

New initiatives to boost technology incubators

The government has decided to set up 15 new biotechnology incubators and another 15 new technology business incubators during the coming financial year.

C V Raman Fellowships bring African and Indian researchers closer
News & Analysis

C V Raman Fellowships bring African and Indian researchers closer

Recently, DST and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) launched a coffee table book on the fellowship programme.

CBSE shatters dreams of many MBBS aspirants with sudden, arbitrary changes to NEET 2018 rules, but does it care?
India

CBSE shatters dreams of many MBBS aspirants with sudden, arbitrary changes to NEET 2018 rules, but does it care?

The new rules introduced in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 shows how the authorities don't care much about safeguarding student's interests