Articles in Magazine
September 2017 | Editorial: Use your brain: ABDOS Delusioning Using Name of Biotech Express | by Kamal Pratap Singh
In this news we want to bring in special attention of readers to a false self made statement about an interview in BIOTECH EXPRESS magazine of a lab consumable supply company. We never interviewed any Mr. Shreya Aggarwal and any company of such name ABDOS GROUP or ABDOS LABTECH PVT LTD…
August 2017 | Editorial: Why Researchers are marching against Science Policies in India
Following the western footprints on August 9 hundreds of Eminent scientists, researchers, teachers and students came together in the “India March for Science” spearheaded by the Breakthrough Science Society in a number of major cities.
July 2017 | Editorial: GST implications in BioPharma Sector of India and world
The passing of the GST (Goods and Services Tax) Bill has grabbed the attention across all the industries in the country. It would benefit most of the sectors and make the taxation process easier as it will replace a number of different taxes and duties like Central level taxes including Countervailing duty, service tax, central excise duty, additional excise duties, special additional duties of customs…
March 2017 | EDITORIAL: Towards a smart era in biomedical diagnosis: Smartphone based hand held devices
Fierce competition in the industry has transformed smartphones into a high-end device that can shuffle between being a personal-assistance device to versatile equipments required for carrying out tasks related to work, daily chores and entertainment. Latest research findings have suggested that smartphones may now also function as ‘personal’ diagnostic tools.
September 2017 | Guest Article: Stem Cell Technology for Tissue Repairing
Stem cell is an undifferentiated cell of multicellular organism that is capable of giving rise to identify more cells of the same type. These cells are undifferentiated biological cells that can differentiate into more specialized cells and divide through mitosis to produce stem cells called as self-renew.
August 2017 | Short Article: Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in Disease control
Of all disease transmitting insects, mosquitoes are considered one of the most dangerous creatures on planet because of their ability to spread deadly diseases. The United States center for disease control reports it kill more than one million people annualy just through transmission of mosquito borne diseases…
July 2017 | Guest Article: Veterinarians in Mainstream Biomedical Research: A need of the hour
The authors opine that in order to strengthen the need based quality research to fulfill unmet challenges; a close interaction and collaboration between veterinary and biomedical scientists are required. The authors discuss the contribution of scientists who were initially trained to be veterinarians…
October 2016 | GUEST ARTICLE:– Marketing Indian Science by Vibhu Jain
Answer is none of these will get you answer to your question. One day I was standing outside one of reputed research lab when a 15 year old guy came at gate and asked “I want to know what research you do, can I meet someone”. I was able to see that guard at the gate was clueless on what to do…
Govt. and Industry News
September 2017 | News: Dr. Vijay Soni NASI-Young Scientist Platinum Jubilee Award for the year 2017, in the field of Biology
Dr. Soni’s research has been published in two prestigious international science journals- PLOS Pathogen (in 2015) and Journal of Biological Chemistry (in 2012). Dr. Vijay has 12 international publications to his credit as well one patent on the new antituberculosis molecule Oxa33. He was also honored by…
Published in Januray 2016 Issue
INTERVIEW – PROF N K GANGULY
Padma Bhushan 2008,Former DG-ICMR
Fellow- IASc, INSA, NASI
Acting Director, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh
President, National Academy of Medical Science, Immunology Foundation and Yakult Probiotic Foundation.
Published in Januray 2016 Issue
INTERVIEW – PROFESSOR M S SWAMINATHAN
THE FATHER OF INDIAN GREEN REVOLUTION
Padma Shri (1967), Padma Bhushan (1972), Padma Vibhushan (1989), First World Food Prize (1987)
Fellow FRS, NASc, INSA, IASc, AAAS, WIF
Currently, UNESCO – Cousteau Professor in Ecotechnology & Chairman, M S Swaminathan Reasearch Foundation (MSSRF)
July 2017 | BioColumn: Welcome to the world of deceitful memory…
One of the things that the researchers at California Institute have learned about memory is that it absolutely does not work like a videotape recorder. It is more like a Wikipedia page. One can go in there and edit. Although the dense labyrinth of neurons in our brain is still a mystery, scientists are trying to unlock its secrets in order to understand the details of a particular memory or to retrieve it artificially. That requires two things: first we need to be able to find the memory in the brain and second, we need to be able to manipulate them.