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    What would be the the future prospect after doing m tech industrial biotechnology from Delhi Technological University?
    also Is m tech industrial biotechnology considered equivalent to m tech biotechnology for jobs etc.?

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  • 07/17/15--08:42: Advice in Nanobiotechnology
  • Hello
    Next academic year I will be finishing my bachelor studies in Biotechnology. I was considering enrolling in a master's degree in Nanobiotechnology at Aalborg University (Denmark), but I was wondering whether it would really be my piece of cake. I have never felt much inclined to work with animals or full organs. It's plain to see that Nanobiotechnology focuses on the nano-scale structures, but if I ever had to research by employing some laboratory animals, though I think in the end I could get to handle it, I wouldn't feel very comfortable (and that's why since the beginning I considered specialising in Industrial or Environmental Biotechnology).
    So I would be much obliged if you could tell me whether an expert in Nanobiotechnology has to work very often with animals or if it is merely in incidental events or in any occasion at all.
    Thank you very much.

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    Walk- in- Test cum Interview  for the selection of:
    a) one Research Associate
    b) one Technician (Young Professionals II) 

    at ICAR- Indian Institute of Spices Research, Kozhikode, Kerala under the scheme “Mining and validation of candidate gene markers and screening on antimicrobial peptides of black pepper and small cardamom” will be held at ICAR-Indian Institute of Spices Research, Kozhikode, Kerala on 28-07-2015 at 10.00 AM.

    Research Associate: 
    Name of the post : Research Associate ( Biotechnology/ Bioinformatics) 
    Number of posts : One 
    Date of Interview : 28-07-2015 at 10.00 AM. 

    Qualifications

    a)Essential: Ph.D.in Biotechnology/ Molecular Biology/ Genetics & Plant Breeding/ Bioinformatics ( Should have the degree in life sciences at graduate level) OR Master's degree in Biotechnology/ Molecular Biology/ Bioinformatics/Genetics & Plant Breeding or equivalent ( first class) with 4 years / 5 years of Bachelor's degree (in life sciences) having 1st division or 60% marks or equivalent overall grade point average, with at least two years of research experience as evidenced from Fellowship/Associateship/Training/other engagements. 

    b) Desirable : 1. Working experience in plant molecular biology 2. Knowledge of Computational Genomics/Proteomics/ Bioinformatics 3. Working knowledge on Computer programming 

    Emoluments : Rs. 40,000/- per month +HRA (as admissible) for Ph.D. holders and Rs. 38,000/-p.m. + HRA (as admissible) for Master degree holder

    Upper age limit : 40 years (05 years relaxation for SC/ST/ Women candidates) and 03 years for OBC candidates) as on date of interview 

    Duration of Project : Up to 31-03-2017 or till the date of closure of the project whichever is earlier.


    Technician (Young Professionals II): 

    Name of the post : Technician (Young Professionals II) 
    Number of posts : One 
    Date of Interview : 28 - 07-2015 at 10.00 AM 

    Qualifications : 

    a) Essential: 1. Masters Degree in Biotechnology/ Molecular Biology/ Genetics & Plant Breeding. 
    b) Desirable: Experience in Plant Molecular Biology work and Bioinformatics analysis Emoluments : Rs. 25,000/- per month (consolidated) 

    Upper age limit : Minimum 21 Years maximum 45 years (05 years relaxation for SC/ST/ Women candidates and 03 Years for OBC candidates) as on date of interview. 

    Duration of Project : Up to 31-03-2017 



    For any queries on recruitment, please mail to kokkatjohn@spices.res.in

    Other details available at: http://spices.res.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=235

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    hi friends,
       I'm pursuing doctrate which has drug designing part. I know somewhat but not good enough to carry out this part. pls help me by suggesting some books , websites, tutorials for knowing the basics and practical bioinformatics to know about protein structure retrieval,  protein information retrieval, docking etc..

    pls help me friends. thank you for all

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  • 07/22/15--02:32: Manpower for BIOTECH
  • Hi Team,

     We are interested in starting up a manpower consultancy for Bio-tech stream. Please any one here in forum could provide me some inputs.

    Regards,
    Vinay Kumar C.
    +91-9035191109

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    sir/mam,
                myself deepak b k, persuading final year b.tech in biotechnology. as part of our final year academic project, i have to do a final project. i would like to get help from you with suggesting good topics for my project.

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    Note: If you are looking for the latest walkin information, then goto the last page of this thread.

    Update: 24th July 2015

    Walkin at National Research Centre for Banana, Trichy

    About the Employer/Advertiser:
    ICAR – NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTRE FOR BANANA
    Thogamalai Road, Thayanur Post
    Trichy - 620 102 (Tamil Nadu)
    Telephone: 9442553117 / 9442583117

    What it is about?
    Walk-in-Interview for the selection of Junior Research Fellow (Two posts) on contractual basis under the DBT funded project entitled “Molecular Approaches for the control of Odoiporus longicollis (Oliver), a major pest of Banana” is scheduled to be held on 27.07.2015 (Monday) at 11.00 AM. The post is purely temporary and co-terminus with the project. Eligible candidates may attend the Walk-in-Interview at the above address.

    About the posts

    I. Junior Research Fellow (one post)
    Duration of the Project : Till January 2016.
    Number of Post : One
    Fellowship : Rs.25,000.00 + HRA @20% per month
    (as per DBT guidelines)
    Essential Qualification : First class in
    M.Sc. (Biotechnology) / Microbiology with NET
    qualification or
    PG Degree in Professional Course
    Desirable : Knowledge in Biotechnological techniques.

    II. Junior Research Fellow (one post)
    Duration of the Project : Till January 2016.
    Number of Post : One
    Fellowship : Rs.25,000.00 + HRA @20% per month
    (as per DBT guidelines)
    Essential Qualification : First class in
    M.Sc. (Biotechnology) / Life Science / Entomology
    with NET qualification or
    PG Degree in Professional Course.
    Desirable : Knowledge on insect rearing, to undertake field studies.

    CLICK HERE for application form and other details



    Medical Coding Walkin at DELL, Coimbatore

    Dell International Services India Private Limited is a Technology driven company with a unique Dell Direct model. Dell Information Technology department (Dell I/T) plays a key role in enabling the Dell Direct model by creating, deploying and supporting global industry-leading I/T assets and services that reliably deliver the best customer experience and competitive edge.

    Where it is?
    KG campus, SF # 358/2C & 353/1,Thudiyalur Road, Saravanampati,COIMBATORE,Tamilnadu,India 641035 (Contact Kathir, Human Resources )

    When?
    13th - 31st July 2015 (9:00 am)
    Job Description
    • Codes and abstracts information from a variety of medical records and assigns appropriate codes based on medical documentation using CPT-4 and ICD-9/ICD-10 coding guidelines
    • Follows strict coding guidelines within established productivity and quality standards for all accounts assigned
    Desired Candidate Profile
    UG: B.Pharma - Pharmacy, B.Tech/B.E. - Bio-Chemistry/Bio-Technology, Biomedical, B.Sc - Bio-Chemistry, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Microbiology, Zoology

    PG:M.Sc - Any Specialization, Bio-Chemistry, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Zoology
    • Any life science graduates (BPT, nursing) or medical transcription preferred.(Non Life Science Graduates please excuse) 
    • Certification in Coding (CPC) an added advantage but not Mandatoy

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    So finally I get chance to ask the question.

    I have got selected in Anna university Chennai through CEEB held by JNU for M.tech biotech and I have doubt whether should i go through it or not ..as i graduate with pharmacy..

    and thank you for such nice platform

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    Hello,

    I wanted to ask if it would be a good idea to study a master's degree in Biotechnology after fulfilling a bachelor's degree in Biotechnology. I am sceptical about it because it may be a waste of time for me since probably a lot of courses in the master's degree may be similar to those I had in the bachelor's degree. Nevertheless, I was considering the master's degree in Biology-Biotechnology by the University of Copenhagen, which is one of the best universities for life sciences in the world. This master's allows you to chose a specialisation in Applied Enzymology, Bio Products, Cell Physiology or Immunology, so it might be a more specific study than just "broad" Biotechnology.

    So, would you recommend me to go for that master's (I like it specially because of the University and the country where it is located) or to go for another more specific master's degree (I was considering also Nanobiotechnology in the University of Aalborg)?

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    Aspira Scientific is a biopharmaceutical company based in the Bay Area of California and provides research and development solutions for the chemical and biological sectors. Recently, Aspira Scientific launched its highly pure, cost-effective rHSA (recombinant human serum albumin) product. It is manufactured from a proprietary expression technology platform, originating from rice grains (Oryza sativa) and is more than 99 percent devoid of any animal, human, or micro-organism derived components ("xeno-free"). Aspira Scientific's rHSA has the same application fields as plasma-derived human serum albumin (pHSA), but offers a higher purity, more consistent, xeno-free replacement. Moreover, it avoids immunogenicity concerns of rHSA produced in yeast-based expression systems.

    About Aspira Scientific

    Aspira Scientific empowers scientists to achieve their aspirations in chemical and biological research and development by reducing the costs of basic and applied research. The company leverages a global innovation ecosystem to offer a wide array of next-generation enabling research tools. For organizations with developmental programs and commercial intent, Aspira Scientific provides user-driven services via "Collaborate Locally. Commercialize Globally." model to afford exceptional value in terms of innovation, quality and IP assurance, and cost-efficiency.

    As a startup, Aspira Scientific would appreciate feedback to its rHSA product- any response is helpful! If this product looks like something that could be useful for your research, please reply to this thread or message me privately. Check out Aspira Scientific's webpage for more information http://aspirasci.com/rHSA.

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  • 07/02/15--09:52: Biotechnology Competencies
  • Hi All,

    Does anybody know where I could find
    Biotechnology Career Competencies?

    Thanks!

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  • 07/27/15--00:47: GATE preparation
  • I want to know some good textbooks for process biotechnology

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  • 07/02/15--09:52: Biotechnology Competencies
  • Hi All,

    Does anybody know where I could find
    Biotechnology Career Competencies?

    Thanks!

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    I want to be a mad scientist mapping intelligence genes (apparently human genome project in China already beat me to it =\), creating mutant 3 eyed mice (joke) and creating super weight loss supplements THAT ACTUALLY WORK (hehe), there are so many "terms" for genetic engineering, bioengineering etc, so what EXACTLY is this kind of discipline within the field known as?

    Do I need to get a 8 year degree or can I "get away" with a bachelors for this kind of work? Could you just take all the relevant classes (chem, bio, physics?), skipping bs filler classes like history and language classes (irrelevant) and get a job with a "loaded" college transcript? I'm 24 here, I don't want to be in college till I'm 32, or start my life off loaded with dummy debt... Trying to figure out how I can "angle" my goals to get me going asap while ensuring I am properly educated. If you stuck me in a chemo class I could tolerate a few years of that kind of relevant studying, but honestly the colleges make you take all these stupid classes so they can loot your wallet, it's really dumb that I have to know about Napoleon to engineer diseases resistant mutant mice?


    I'm considering taking my first few years online to "get my grades up" before jumping into a good college, probably in Europe (I live in US, too expensive here). Any college recommendations for European professions in the field? Preferably somewhere foreigner friendly (Like Germany).

    Thanks =)

    - soaren

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  • 07/31/15--20:51: ceeb coaching institutes
  • is there any ceeb coaching institutes in southern india(hyd,banglore)

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  • 08/03/15--10:32: Mtech query
  • I have done Btech Biotechnology. I have to choose btwn mtech environmental engineering and mtech nanotechnology . Please suggest me which 1 will b btr to opt being a biotech graduate and in respect of job prospects ?

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    Hi Experts,

    My Wife has done BSc+MSc in Biochemistry, BEd and 2 years of Teaching experience in a convent school.

    1. Kindly tell me what are the career options in Biochemistry apart from JRF/LS?
    2. Also please name the list of Competitive Exams available to do JRF/LS.
    3. Right now she is going to appear in ICSR-NET exam to be held in Dec. 2015. Please guide me if she can appear in other relevant exams as well. 

    Thank you,
    Regards
    Himanshu

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  • 08/10/15--09:23: MS(Research) Admissions
  • I have graduated in B.Tech in biotechnology in June 2015 and qualified GATE 15 with 93.03 percentile. I haven't yet took the admission into any post graduate programs yet.
    I am quite interested to be researcher in the same.
    Hence, wanted to choose MS® course but in dilemma with the following queries:

    1. How well is it received by the foreign universities if we go for PhD in abroad??
    2. Are scholarships available for this program? If yes, what are all?
    3. Planning to apply for Jan-May 2016 session of MS®. What are the chances and scope of getting admission into it? Any demerits for Jan-may session compared to July-Nov?

    Thanks in advance!! Smile

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    Covering everything requisite of publishing a journal in a single comment might not be possible, but following may be taken as a guideline:

    a) Recognize your problem statement. What do you wish to work on? For example, "I wish to work on plants mediated bioremediation."

    b) Once you recognize your problem, find out the current state of art in this domain i.e go for literature survey : Download and read thoroughly the research papers published in the selected domain. Starting with a very recently published review paper is the best strategy, it will give you an idea of the overall state of art till date (provided the review paper is a good one!).

    c) While you go through the literature, you should be able to identify a specific problem to explore in the selected domain. Like, "Affect of increasing temperatures on the bioremediating traits of a given plant". Identifying a specific problem is a very crucial decision, as it should not be identical to the already existing research. "Re-inventing the wheel is both a waste of time and contribution to research". You should add something of value to the scientific community.

    d) Next step is to carry out your research using good laboratory practices. A good journal expects the researcher to have used standard equipment and protocols. Literature will guide you towards best protocols and equipment too. Research needs to be well designed:

    • Controls and Subjects should be well defined
    • Experiment timelines should be clearly defined 
    • Reproducibility of results should be established
    e) Draft a Manuscript once your research is over. A standard Manuscript is expected to have Introduction (from Literature and your opinions), Methods (equipment and protocols you followed), Results (well compiled results using graphs/plots/tables/figures), Discussion, Conclusion and References. An Abstract is expected at the beginning of your manuscript, but that should only be written once you have completed your entire manuscript (as the Abstract is an Overview of your Research).

    f) Next identify a suitable journal for publishing your research. Make a copy of your manuscript and format it according to the structure (font styles, paragraph format etc) specified by the journal. Each journal has its own style of "Bibliography or References", which can be designed using plugins like ZOTERO.

    g) Ensure that you shouldn't submit the same research to more than one journal. Wait for the response of the first journal before submitting it to any other.

    h) Submitting to conferences often ease the task a bit. You can start with that too!


    Ideally, if your are yet to get into the experimental stage in your career, then best way to start with a journal publication is "Writing a Review Paper!"

    A review paper is basically a summary of the current state of art for a particular problem statement or field of study. One should go through all published (research based) papers in that field and then make a review paper out of it. This will kick-start your publishing aspirations and also make you adept to the writing skills for a journal publication.

    All the Best!

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    Depression, variously called melancholia, depressive reaction or neurosis and major depressive disorder, has been a major cause of disability and suicide through history, and is the most common mental disorder and the leading psychiatric complaint prompting medical consultation in most series. The

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