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- 02/16/16--01:26: _TSW Genome sequence
- 02/17/16--05:53: _Biotech KPO
- 02/19/16--02:50: _internship
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- 03/04/16--22:12: _JNU ENTRANCE
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- 03/21/16--00:48: _Gate 2016
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- 01/22/16--20:50: after M.tech biotechnology????
- 01/24/16--09:03: gene manipulation
- 02/01/16--06:38: GATE BT 2016
- 02/03/16--22:39: TERI U - MSc Plant Biotechnology admission notice
- 02/06/16--09:16: internship
- 02/07/16--15:01: Question about bioreactor scale up
- 02/09/16--09:19: Query regarding "CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (CRA)"
- 02/16/16--01:26: TSW Genome sequence
- 02/17/16--05:53: Biotech KPO
- 02/19/16--02:50: internship
- 12/27/15--07:22: All there is to know about Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
- 02/29/16--12:13: undergraduate btech biotech in india
- 03/04/16--22:12: JNU ENTRANCE
- 03/19/16--02:22: Regarding Admission in NUS and NTU
- 03/19/16--04:44: JNU ENTRANCE for M.TECH BIOTECH
- 03/19/16--05:10: INTERNSHIP TRAINING NEED
- 03/19/16--11:07: what to do After qualifying GATE?
- 03/21/16--00:48: Gate 2016
- 03/22/16--11:59: Possibility of addmission after gate qualify
- 03/22/16--12:22: Regarding ph.d admission through GATE score
I have completed M.tech(integrated) biotechnology from D.Y.PATIL University scoring 73.67%. I am confused to choose my career. Should i go for MBA or Lecturership or JRF.
sir,please kindly tell which book should i follow for "Genetic Engineering"(rDNA technology)
I attempted 62 que in gate bt 2016. What are my chances of being selected?.What will be the cutoff for gate bt 2016 for general candidates??
This is to inform you that TERI University, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi has announced admissions to 13 Masters and PhD. programmes including the MSc. Plant Biotechnology.
The MSc programme in Plant Biotechnology was initiated in 2008 with the seed funding from the Department of biotechnology, Government of India. The programme offers conceptual understanding by imparting cutting-edge disciplines of science along with a preliminary exposure to regulatory issues and ethical concerns related to plant biotechnology. Students opting for master’s can expect an academically rigorous and interdisciplinary environment and significant emphasis on laboratory work, emphasizing original, creative thinking, and research.
Bachelor’s degree in Sciences, preferably Life Sciences or a B.Tech in Biotechnology, with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the qualifying examinations), wherever marks are awarded or a minimum cumulative grade point average of 6.2 on a 10-point grading scale will be required.
A placement cell has been formed for exploring placement opportunities for students. The University facilitates placement of students in industry and suitable organizations, both for major project and final placements. Earlier employers include, CIMMYT, Mexico; John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK; University of Tennessee, USA; CIMAP, Lucknow; NBRI, Lucknow; IITs (Delhi, Mumbai, Kharagpur, Kanpur, and Roorkee); Central Bureau of Investigation, Government of India, Delhi
Admission to the MSc programme is made on the basis of a combined entrance examination followed by an interview conducted by the TERI University. Applications are invited from candidates on the basis of advertisements printed in leading newspapers.
Details may also be gathered at the TERI University’s website ==> teriuniversity.ac.in/msc-plant-biotechnology
Last date to obtain application form by post: April 19, 2016
Last date of obtain application form at the university counter and online: April 22, 2016
Date of online test: May 28, 2016 to May 29, 2016
Date of declaration of shortlisted students: June 13, 2016
Date of interview: June 14, 2016 to Saturday, June 18, 2016
how to apply internship?any summer internship for biotech student?
Hi If anyone can help me answer the following questions below, it would be a great help. Its about bioreactors, turbulence
1. Why does the power requirement for a bioreactor increase when flooding ( when the cavities in the bioreactor hae merge together and beome large) occurs to the bioreactor? Shouldn't it have a lower power requirement since the agitators are practically spinning air and air much is less dense than liquid.
2. Why is tip speed of the agitator related to having the highest shear force in a bioreactor?
Hoping anyone could help me with take up of "Clinical Research Associate (CRA)" training, in USA.
I had completed my Masters in Biotechnology in 2011 and since then I didn't work in any pharmaceutical or biotech industry because of my visa issues. But now, I am eligible for employment in US on my work visa and would like to choose 'Clinical Research Associate' as my career.
My question is, "Do I need to have to prior experience in any of the biotech or pharma Industry, in order to get trained as CRA ??? OR Can I directly approach them for CRA training??"
Thanks in advance.
I am a Dutch student currently bussy with research on the resistance of Capsicum Annuum. I found and designed a perfect marker for the genome of SW-5 wich worked in all the tested materials so far, but I now need the genome sequence of TSW. I wasn't able to find it on NCBI so I thought that someone here could help me with this. If the genome sequence isn't sequenced yet, could someone tell me where on the genome of chromosome 10 it lays?
This research is based on the viral infection of Tomatto spotted wild virus (TSWV) in different kinds of Capsicum.
I want to thank you all in advance and I hope to hear from someone soon.
Can anyone tell me more about the KPO industry. What are they and how do they work? As India is seeing an increase in KPOs, what is the scope of a biotechnologist in a KPO industry in India? What are the skills required to work and adapt in a KPO.
Research (Biochemistry) Internship at Rass Biosolution Pvt Ltd.
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Application Deadline: 12 Mar, 2016
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Symptoms of MERS
The appearance of the symptoms is after an incubation period of 5 days. Fever, cough, and shortness of breath are the most common symptoms. Myalgia is one of the symptoms observed in a small fraction of people. Apart from these symptoms, gastrointestinal symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain are also seen in a small fraction of people. Three-quarters of the total number of people infected need medical attention and support of ventilators to survive. Though the symptoms appear non-fatal, MERS can be asymptomatic and lead to severe pneumonia which in turns causes Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). It can also further complicate by causing kidney failure, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), and pericarditis.
More about MERS-CoV
MERS-CoV belongs to the beta group of coronavirus. Though it was referred to as SARS-like virus until 2013, it has now been identified to be distinct from SARS coronavirus.
Diagnosis of MERS
The diagnosis of the disease is based on the symptoms displayed by an individual. The probable cases of MERS show the following symptoms: acute pneumonia, flu-like symptoms, fever, and cough, a history of travel to other countries, contact with an infected person or consumption of camel products.
Prevention of MERS
For any infection, the transmission matters the most. Once the transmission is prevented, the infection is automatically controlled.
Treatment of MERS
Interferon activity is hindered by the virus. To counter this, treatment procedure involves administration of exogenous interferons which minimize the viral replication process. There is no specific antiviral treatment. The treatment is mostly symptomatic and in severe cases, the patients are provided care to keep the vital organs functioning.
i passed out 12th in 2015. i took a year's drop to prepare for Medical entrance exams . but my interests have shifted to biotech. People around me say its stupid to do that. What should i do?
Also i wanted to ask how is indraprastha university for biotechnology?is vit better? After ug from India I want to pursue masters in one of the renowned colleges like Stanford. How am i to make it to my dreams of becoming a mad scientist. I really badly need some guidance
I NEED LAST 3 YEARS ANSWER KEY FOR JNU M.TECH ENTRANCE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY
I have completed my B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering in 2011 with 75.2%.
After that i joined PSU (BEL) and got a good exposure in Communication and RF side (around 4 years).
I gave GATE-2016 and cracked it with 99.5 percentile.
What are my chances for coursework and research programmes in NTU and NUS.
Is scholarship available for both?
What is the procedure to apply?
Thanks in advance
Please let me know where to find answer for previous yer qp for jnu m.tech .biotechnology entrance (anna university)
I am Faraz (M.tech BIOTECH) and persuing Post graduate diploma in Fermentation and Bioprocess from ST Alosius College Mnaglore,I need to do 6 MONTH training in any relative company where i can learn and expect final placement too
Plz help i shall be highly obelized
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Hey Sunil sir,
I have cleared GATE biotechnology 2016 with AIR 252. Am I qualified for JRF?? and also Pls guide me what should I do further for admission in M.tech Biotechnology in IITs/NITs. Pls help me, sir.
Hello Sunil Sir ,
I got AIR 1312 and a gate score of 367 in Gate Biotechnology 2016. What are my chances to get mtech in an NIT ? Are there any chances in CTRAI IITB and CRDT IITD?Also IIT Roorkee and NIT Rourkela?
I am currently doing my B.tech in Biotechnology (4th year)
Recently i qualified gate 2016 with AIR680 and score457.
Iwant to do M.tech/M.S, kindly suggest me option for my
admission. Also Let me know IITD allow B.tech for MS (Research).
I have qualified the GATE2016 in life sciences with AIR 366 and my score is 542.Can you please tell me which IIT/IISER can call me for the ph.d interview?