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IISc signs MoU with Wipro GE Healthcare to advance MedTech innovation

This collaboration aims to take a comprehensive approach in solving the care gap by addressing the full lifecycle that includes co-developing solutions, validating the technologies, and manufacturing them locally

Study offers new insights into foodborne disease

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, have detected how protein in Salmonella called SopB, uses two mechanisms to avoid being destroyed by the immune system

Genetic recombination made Omicron more infectious

The Indian researchers have found that recombination events had escalated during the Omicron wave, which made the virus more immune-evasive and infectious.

Researchers devise field deployable alternative to RT-PCR

The newly developed ‘Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA)’ method, wherein all the reactions take place close to room temperature, does not require a thermal cycler

Protein complexes assemble at the cell membrane in a polarized manner,...

The researchers have carried out immunofluorescence and live-imaging analysis and found how the mutual restriction of the protein complexes controls their confinement to the equatorial region

Avay Biosciences launches ‘Mito Plus,’ an indigenous Bio 3D Printer to...

The first prototype of Mito Plus was installed at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, the top ranked Science Research institute by NIRF Rankings

Study unveils protein synthesis in red blood cells

A research team led by Sandeep M Eswarappa, Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, has identified that mature human RBCs can also make their proteins

ICMR, IISc to jointly develop Hitech hub & spoke system for...

The two institutions will develop a technology-enabled hub-and-spoke system for collecting and curating data through institutions across the country

New tech developed to generate green hydrogen from biomass

Most of the hydrogen presently comes from fossil fuels through a process called the steam methane reforming route

Researchers develop helix-hairpin miniproteins for inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 infection

The artificial peptides or miniproteins can block not only the entry of viruses like SARS-CoV-2 into human cells but also have the potential to clump virions