Every year since 2016, Asian Scientist Magazine compiles a list of Asia’s most outstanding researchers and into its sixth edition, the Asian Scientist 100 list celebrate the success of the region’s best
The 30M Genomics, a startup incubated at ASPIRE-BioNEST at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) has developed a unique technology, ‘AmpReady’ to extract DNA from any kind of biological sample
Out of the 13 Indian institutions figuring in the RUR rankings, UoH was the only university to be ranked after IISc, the IITs and IISER-Pune, in the top six in India, the UoH said on Wednesday.
Covid-19 drug candidate has been developed by VINS Bioproducts in collaboration with Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology and University of Hyderabad
The update of the 2020 Report shows Prof.K Narayana Chandran continuing at the #1 rank and Prof. Pramod K Nayar at #2 in South Asia, based on their publications.
Working in gender studies, postcolonial literature and currently online pedagogies, Prof V Bharathi Harishankar is the author of over 100 publications, with three Oxford University Press textbooks
The basic objective of the diploma is to offer a skill-based tailor-made course that can enhance the industry ready abilities among graduates and working professionals.
The researchers led by Prof. Mrinal Bhattacharya from the UoH have found a correlation between the fever that is induced by malaria and the antigenic variation of the malarial parasites.
The research outputs for UoH published between December 1, 2019 – November 30, 2020, tracked by Nature Index, were considered for the ranking. Chemistry and Physical Sciences were evaluated for output subject wise.
Prof Soma Venugopal Rao has been invited as the Editorial Member for Defence Science Journal (DSJ), India; Opto-Electronics Advances and the Frontiers journals
While Dr. Rajendra will work under the supervision of renowned scientist Prof. Jonathan Clayden at University of Bristol, UK, for a period of two years, Dr. Divya will work under the supervision of Prof. Zoe Schnepp, School of Chemistry, University of Birmingham
All PhD students, except those who joined in 2020-21, can resume their research work on campus.
ASPIRE BioNEST, formed as a knowledge-based incubator, nurtures innovation and entrepreneurship in scaling technologies of Agriculture, Biotechnology, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, and allied areas
Growing rapidly from its establishment in 2018, ASPIRE BioNEST is currently hosting 25 start-ups in different areas of life sciences.
Dr. Murali Banavoth obtained his Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Science and later moved to King Abdullah University of Science and Technology as a post-doctoral associate