NCBS, inStem and University of Edinburgh renew MoU
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been renewed between the institutes at the Bangalore Life Science Cluster and The University of Edinburgh on the 18th of February 2016, to reinforce ongoing collaborations and create a framework for developing new areas of mutual interest.
Infosys Foundation provides corpus support to the Bangalore Life Science Cluster to promote global connectivity in scientific research
The travel support from the Infosys Foundation will be a tremendous opportunity for students and post-doctoral researchers at the Cluster campus to broaden their horizons, train in the latest research techniques worldwide and make new connections.
India-EMBO Partnership Symposium
The Bangalore Life Science Cluster campus hosted a unique event celebrating 30 years of the Department of Biotechnology and announcing the launch of a new EMBO-DBT partnership for funding Indian researchers.
In Conversation with Raghu Padinjat
Raghu Padinjat is a Doctor-turned-Researcher and Wellcome Trust-DBT India Alliance Senior Research Fellow at NCBS, whose group studies information transfer mediated by lipid molecules. His group uses the fruitfly Drosophila as a model system to investigate key, evolutionarily conserved components of signal transduction that could mirror equivalent pathways in mammalian systems, with the hope that these studies will translate into discoveries of biomedical relevance.
An interview with Simon Kay
Research is a global activity not restricted by geographical boundaries and talented researchers with good ideas need research funding that helps their work transcend borders and further knowledge.
Kamal Bawa, Ajay Sood and John Kuriyan elected as Fellows and Foreign members of the Royal Society in London.
Noted scientists of Indian origin, Kamal Bawa, Ajay Sood and John Kuriyan have recently been elected as Fellows and Foreign member of the Royal Society in London. They are expected to be formally admitted to the Royal Society on 10th July 2015. The Bangalore Biocluster campus extends its warm congratulations to these luminaries.
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