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Gene Dosage in the Dysbindin Schizophrenia Susceptibility Netw...

1 , Madhumala K. Sadanandappa 2 , Wenpei Ma 3 , Dion K. Dickman 3 , Krishnaswamy VijayRaghavan 2 , Mani Ramaswami 4 , Subhabrata Sanyal 5 , and Victor Faundez 1 , 6 1 Department of Cell Biology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, 2 ... Journal of Neuroscience, 1 month ago

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New multimillion India-UK research centres

( - In a landmark collaboration, the UK Medical Research Council ( MRC ) and the Government of India Department for Biotechnology ( DBT ), have joined forces to fund three major global research centres. Using high quality ...
 Media Newswire4 days ago UK pharma in multi-million pound partnership with India  European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer1 week ago

Cellular interpretation of the long-range gradient of Four-jointed activity in the Drosophila wing

eLife posts the editorial decision letter and author response on a selection of the published articles (subject to the approval of the authors). An edited version of the letter sent to the authors after peer review is shown, indicating the ...
 Elifesciences4 days ago

Free wi-fi: Digital Dilemma

WITH THE government going gung-ho about creating free public Wi-Fi hotspots—it recently announced that it will roll out the ambitious programme at select public places in top 25 cities with a population of over 10 lakh by June this year—there's ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Realty firm Lodha Group hires 45 consultants from elite firms to tackle challenges

MUMBAI: At a time when consultants are being poached by start-ups and corporate strategy teams, the Mumbai-based real estate company Lodha Group has created the biggest team of management consultants outside the white-shoe firms. As the realtor ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

13.02 - Cambridge partners with India to fight multidrug resistant TB - CAMBRIDGE

The University of Cambridge has been awarded £2 million from the UK Medical Research Council and the Government of India's Department for Biotechnology to develop a partnership with the National Institute for Research in Tuberculosis (NIRT) in ...
 MyScience2 weeks ago Cambridge partners with India to fight multidrug resistant TB  University of Cambridge2 weeks ago
University of Sheffield

Pioneering Indian research centre launched to find solutions to excessive use of antibiotics

University of Sheffield is part of a landmark collaboration with the MRC and the Government of India to fund three major global research centres UK-India Centre aims to minimise the indiscriminate use of antibiotics Researchers from the ...
 University of Sheffield2 weeks ago 13.02 - Pioneering Indian research centre launched to find solutions to excessive use of antibiotics - SHEFFIELD  MyScience2 weeks ago
This Week Bangalore

Curtains down on 15th edition of Bangalore India Bio, industry gears up to drive for sustainable future

Bangalore India Bio 2015, India's most sought after and premier biotech forum, concluded on an upbeat note with progressive outcomes for the biotech fraternity. The three-day conference from February 9 to 11 brought together global leaders from the ...
 PharmaBiz2 weeks ago Bangalore INDIA BIO 2015 the three day extravaganza on Biotechnology sees a grand closure  This Week Bangalore2 weeks ago

Fund constraints and lack of clarity on regulations mar growth of biotech in India: DBT secretary

Indian biotechnology is facing the challenges of capital shortage, lack of clarity on regulations and access to quality platform technologies, noted Prof. K.VijayRaghavan, secretary, Department of Biotechnology (DBT). The industry is facing ...
 PharmaBiz2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Are you getting married? Plan to have a baby? Gender bias not apace with science of time

Data reveals that less than 30 per cent of the country's scientific researchers are women In May 2013, National Geographic magazine published a story of six women scientists who were snubbed and never given their due. The reason? Sexism. They ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago India must spend 2 pc of GDP on science: Ansari  Deccan Herald1 month ago India to rid science of red tape  SciDev.net1 month ago Congress begins with stress on taking science to people  Times of India1 month ago
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