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Student_Seminar 27-02-2017
@4:00 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Ravi Kumar Singh 2.Purnima SailaSree 3.Vinod Kumar
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.Zohar Erez et. al.Communication between viruses guides lysis-lysogeny decisions.
2.Culture of previously uncultured members of the human gut microbiota by culturomics
3.Captivity humanizes the primate microbiome.
Student_Seminar 24-02-2017
@4:00 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Mihir Trivedi 2.Deepti Rao
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.The evolutionary origin of bilaterian smooth and striated myocytes.
2.Widespread Convergence in Toxin Resistance by Predictable Molecular Evolution.
Student_Seminar 23-02-2017
@4:00 Pm
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Chandan Kumar Vishwakarma 2.Dipak Roy
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.PTEN dephosphorylates AKT to prevent the expression of GLUT1 on plasmamembrane and to limit glucose consumption in cancer cells
2.Cell Competition Drives the Formation of Metastatic Tumors in a Drosophila Model of Epithelial Tumor Formation
Founder`s_day_Lecture 22-02-2017
@4:00 pm
Lecture by Dr T Ramasami,Former Secretary, Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India.
[Venue:IICT-Auditorium]
Triple Helix of Excellence, Relevance and Sustenance
Student_Seminar 22-02-2017
@2:30 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Sneha Paturi 2.Sandeep Shrivastava
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.Reproductive Conflict and the Evolution of Menopause in Killer Whales
2.How snakes lost their limbs: An evolutionary prospective Progressive Loss of Function in a Limb Enhancer during Snake Evolution
Lecture 21-02-2017
@4:00 pm
Lecture by Prof. Jean-Marie Ruysschaert, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Protein and lipid nanoparticles activate the immune system through recognition of Toll-like receptors
Student_Seminar 21-02-2017
@2:30 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Gokulan C G 2.Shambhavi Anupam G
[Venue:Lecture hall]
1.Developmental mechanisms of stripe patterns in rodents.
2.Morbid attraction to leopard urine in Toxoplasma-infected chimpanzees
Lecture 20-02-2017
@4:00 pm
Lecture by Prof. Andrew Clayton,Swinburne University of Technology,Melbourne, Australia
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Can fluorescence help us to understand the structure of cell-surface molecules?
Student_Seminar 20-02-2017
@2:30 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Vishnu Vijay V 2.Divyaa Gupta
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.Impaired Epidermal to Dendritic T Cell Signaling Slows Wound Repair in Aged Skin.
2.Bacterial autolysins trim cell surface peptidoglycan to prevent detection by the Drosophila innate immune system.
Student_Seminar 17-02-2017
@4:00 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Raj Bahadur 2.Gayathri Sreedharan
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.Sibling conflict and dishonest signaling in birds
2.Species Independent Attraction to Biofilms using Electrical Signalling
Student_Seminar 16-02-2017
@4:00 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.AS Priti 2.Shemin Mansuri
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.Nuclear Localization of Mitochondrial TCA Cycle Enzymes as a Critical Step in Mammalian Zygotic Genome Activation
2.Mind the gap: Neural coding of species identity in birdsong prosody
Student_Seminar 15-02-2017
@4:00 PM
Student Seminar - Speakers: 1.Sudipta Mondal 2.Deepak Kumar Kashyap
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1.Biophysical comparison of ATP synthesis mechanisms shows a kinetic advantage for the rotary process
2.Five color variants of bright luminescent protein for real time multi color bio-imaging
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