Latest Past Events

BE Seminar on “Harnessing immune system for the development of bio-therapeutics” by Dr. Anjali Barnwal

CES Seminar Hall CES Seminar Hall, 3rd Floor, Biological Science Building

Title: Harnessing immune system for the development of bio-therapeutics Abstract: Leveraging the immune system for therapeutic advancement offers numerous advantages over standard treatments for inflammatory diseases. These advantages encompass precise targeting, enduring responses, minimal toxicity, and more. Diverse immunotherapies, such as antibody utilization, T-cell therapy, dendritic cell vaccination, among others, are actively under investigation. Given […]

BE Seminar: All Wired Up: Harnessing Protein Polymers for Medicine and Nanotechnology

CES Seminar Hall CES Seminar Hall, 3rd Floor, Biological Science Building

Speaker: Dr. Aarat P. Kalra IIT Delhi Title: All Wired Up: Harnessing Protein Polymers for Medicine and Nanotechnology Abstract: The successful interfacing of biochemistry with electronics is one of the grand challenges of nanotechnology. Biodegradable and biocompatible materials with structural integrity, that can perform mixed electronic and ionic roles are required for the development of […]

BE Seminar: The story of giant bacteriophage phiKZ and its potential usage as antimicrobials source

CES Seminar Hall CES Seminar Hall, 3rd Floor, Biological Science Building

Speaker: Maria Yakunina Leader of research group, Laboratory of molecular microbiology, Institute of Nanobiotechnologies, Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University Title: The story of giant bacteriophage phiKZ and its potential usage as antimicrobials source Abstract: Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria, serving as their natural enemies and our potential allies. Due to the constant arms […]