Gyan Bindu becomes top private coaching institute to give top result in Biotechnology and/or LifeSciences in India

After the result of Prestigious CSIR-UGC-NET entrance exam for Lecturership and Research Scholarship there is a Chaos all around about what to do next. Aspirants who cleared are celebrating and some are planning to clear it at next attempt. There were many things happened w.r.t CSIR-UGC-NET June 2017, the first of which is delay of results due to court case. The second thing is emergence of Gyan B
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Biotech Lab Skills

Biotech Lab Skills is a newly established Lab Training consultancy company to place students in Research Labs, Universities and Industries for their Dissertation / Projects requirement during curriculum studies. We place students on all India basis in National reputed institutes. For more information and questions leave your comment in the box below.
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Anti-VEGF therapy: clinical conundrums and optimisms

By Deblina Dam Angiogenesis, the formation of new capillaries, is an essential process in many physiological and pathological events. New vasculature, in cancers, promotes tumor growth and metastasis. Vascular permeability factor / vascular endothelial growth factor (VPF/VEGF) has been implicated in the new vessel development found in most tumors (GI related tumors, renal cell carcinoma, brain can
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Should India stop experimenting GM Food crops?

India is the second largest nation in terms of population, and seventh largest in terms of area which enables us to think toward more productivity on available resources. India is agriculture based economy and more than half of population depends on agriculture for living. Biotechnology in this scenario provides us an option to increase agriculture yield on available area, but are we prepare to br
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Bio and Healthcare People and Companies in Paradise Papers

07-11-2017, Tuesday The biggest tax evasion leak ever, The Paradise Papers is the fourth collaborative investigation into offshore and banking assets done by The Indian Express with the ICIJ. Among the 180 countries represented in the data, India ranks 19th in terms of the number of names. In all, there are 714 Indians in the tally. The Paradise Papers is a set of 13.4 million confidential electro
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M S Swaminthan suggestions to double farmer’s income by 2022

Dr Swaminathan made the suggestions in a presentation in a seminar on ‘Doubling Farmers’ Income by 2022’. The formula for fixing the price, largely through the minimum support price (MSP) mechanism, which is 50 per cent more than the comprehensive cost of cultivation as determined the Commission for Agriculture Costs and Prices (CACP), was first suggested by the National Commission for Farmers con
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Nature adds alert to heavily debated paper about gene editing

Nature has added an “editor’s note” to a high-profile August paper alerting readers to the fact that the article has been subject to criticism. Nature Editorial Note: Readers are alerted that some of the conclusions of this paper are subject to critiques that are being considered by editors. Some of these critiques have been publicly deposited in preprint form. A further editorial response will fo
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