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We are delighted to announce that Rittik Deb, a post-doctoral student from Dr Deepa Agashe's at NCBS has been selected as a runner-up for the coveted Ben Barres Spotlight Award.
The Ben Barres Spotlight Awards were introduced to provide visibility and collaboration opportunities for scientists from underrepresented groups. We hope this translates into tangible benefits for his research.
Researchers at the National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, have identified that plant
Every living cell is no less than a party, with a team of highly trained Disc jockeys (DJs).
Researchers at the National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, have identified that plant defence chemicals can help build immunity of the attacking insect herbivore. These results have been published in the Journal of Chemical Ecology on the 06th of August 2019, with their story grabbing the Journal’s cover page.
Every living cell is no less than a party, with a team of highly trained Disc jockeys (DJs). When major events such as cell division or nutrient droughts happen, these molecular DJs create just the right mix of metabolites and proteins to ensure a seamless transition from one state to another. So, who are these cellular DJs, and how do they do this?