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Event Category Event Date Event Head / Venue Topic Title
Colloquium 28-02-2018
@12:00 noon
Colloquium by Mr Dhruv Shakyawar
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Studies on regulation and nuclear functions of C3G
Student_Seminar 27-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Harsh Joshi 2. Shraddha Lahoti
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Resource limitation prevents the emergence of drug resistance by intensifying within-host competition.
2. Alcohol-abuse drug disulfiram targets cancer via p97 segregase adaptor NPL4
Student_Seminar 26-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Pradeep Kumar 2. Jaydeep Paul
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. A transfer-RNA-derived small RNA regulates ribosome biogenesis
2. Light controlled 3D micromotors powered by bacteria.
Colloquium 23-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Colloquium by Mr Akhouri Kishore Raghavan
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Mechanisms of signal transduction by NLRC4: a mediator of innate immune response and cell death
Founders-day_lecture 22-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Founder`s day Lecture by Prof Arun Kumar Grover, Vice-Chancellor, Punjab University, Chandigarh
[Venue:IICT Auditorium]
Nucleation of Higher Education and Research in Pre and Post Independent India: A Personal Perspective
Student_Seminar 21-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Sagnik Dhar 2. Annapoorna P Karthyayani 3. Priyanka Pant
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. The output of protein coding genes shifts to circular RNAs when the pre-mRNA processing machinery is limiting.
2. Convergent evolution of bilaterian nerve cords.
3. Interspecies organogenesis generates autologous functional islets.
Lecture 21-02-2018
@12:00 noon
Lecture by Dr. John Measey,Centre for Invasion Biology (C·I·B),Department of Botany and Zoology at Stellenbosch University, South Africa
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Invasive amphibians of southern Africa
Student_Seminar 20-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Bedaballi Dey 2. Sivakumar Prakash 3. Mansi Srivastava
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Microbiota derived short chain fatty acids promote histone crotonylation in the colon through histone deacetylases.
2. Resetting the Yeast Epigenome with Human Nucleosomes.
3. Macrophages Mediate the Repair of Brain Vascular Rupture through Direct Physical Adhesion and Mechanical Traction
Lecture 20-02-2018
@12:00 noon
Lecture by Dr Priya Moorjani,Burroughs Wellcome Fund CASI Fellow,University of California, Berkeley, USA
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Dating evolutionary events using the molecular clocks of mutation and recombination
Student_Seminar 19-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Ravina Saini 2. Harshit Vaish
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Driving mosquito refractoriness to Plasmodium falciparum with engineered symbiotic bacteria.
2. Modern diversification of the amino acid repertoire driven by oxygen.
Student_Seminar 16-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar-Speakers: 1.R Abishek Bharadhwaj 2. Aditya Undru
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Flashbody: A Next Generation Fluobody with Fluorescence Intensity Enhanced by Antigen Binding
2. Creation of forest edges has a global impact on forest vertebrates
Scientific Group Meeting 15-02-2018
@4:00 pm
Scientific Group Meeting - Speakers: 1. Mr. Nilanjan Som 2. Mr. Kundurthi Phanindhar
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Tale of a serial killer : Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus, the most wanted. 2. How Darwin finches prove Darwin right? A short compilation of the 45-year long ongoing study in the Galapagos islands.
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