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Tweezers developed by Israeli sceintists to Combat Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) scientists and German and American colleagues have developed a pair of “molecular tweezers” to destroy the biofilm that surrounds and protects virulent bacteria after entering the body. Their findings were published recently in Cell Chemical Biology. The team, led by BGU’s Department of Chemistry Prof. Raz Jelinek, and postdoc in his lab Dr. RavitMalishev , tested their molecular tweezers …

Know the various Government schemes for students/youth in the field of science and technology

Government is implementing several schemes to encourage students/youth of the country towards the field of science and technology. The “Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE)” is a major scheme in operation to attract, motivate, nurture and train talented and meritorious students to study science subjects and opt for careers in Research and Development (R&D) to build a pipeline …

IIT Guwahati discovers new ways to prevent memory loss due to Alzheimer

A research team from IIT Guwahati team has found that application of low-voltage electric field, and the use of ‘trojan peptides’ can be a method to arrest aggregation of neurotoxic molecules in the brain. The team was studying the neurochemical principles of Alzheimer’s, and explored new ways to prevent accumulation of neurotoxic molecules in the brain that are associated with …

National Technology Day 2020 all about Covid pandemic

Digital Conference, RE-START – ‘Reboot the Economy through Science, Technology and Research Translations’ hosted to mark the day becomes a platform to talk ecosystem’s response and agenda “Indian Government, academia, scientists, startups, entrepreneurs and industry have been working relentlessly to find solutions to combat this pandemic. We must appreciate the efforts of our scientists, our entrepreneurs and our institutions working …

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