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Established in 2004 under the umbrella of Nirma University, Institute of Science offers post graduate programmes of MSc Biotechnology, MSc Biochemistry and MSc Microbiology.

The Institute also caters the needs of Industry, Academics & Research Institutes by producing quality professionals ready to explore wide career opportunities.

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The Institute gives ample opportunities to its students and strives to equip students by providing the skills, ability, and knowledge required for life-long learning and success. Institute is reputed for the outstanding caliber of students graduating from its postgraduate and PhD programmes. The alumni have distinguished themselves through their achievements & contributions to the industry, academics, research, business, government, and social domains.

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14 Year Celebration

Prof. Padmanabhan Balaram, Padmshree & Padma Bhushan awardee, former Director of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore was invited to deliver a public lecture on the occasion of the 14th Foundation Day of Institute of Science, Nirma University on 6th September 2018.

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Communication is the art of showcasing a composition of thoughts, processes, aspirations, efforts, failures on the path of success. That is why they say “Success is all about the journey and not the destination”.

Homologous Recombination in DSB repair
Homologous Recombination in DSB repair

Homologous recombination (HR) comprises a series of interrelated pathways that function in the repair of DNA double-stranded breaks (DSBs) and interstrand crosslinks (ICLs). In addition, recombination provides critical support for DNA replication in the recovery

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New Method of Diagnosing Cancer with Malaria Protein
New Method of Diagnosing Cancer with Malaria Protein

In a spectacular new study, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have discovered a method of diagnosing a broad range of cancers at their early stages by utilizing a particular malaria protein, which sticks to

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Nicotine use in male mice can affect brain function in their grandchildren
Nicotine use in male mice can affect brain function in their grandchildren

Current estimates suggest that there are nearly 38 million people in the US who smoke cigarettes and an estimated 10.8 million people use e-cigarettes with this number rising every year. Nicotine is an addictive drug

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Host faecal miRNA regulates gut microbiota
Host faecal miRNA regulates gut microbiota

Mouse and human faeces contains functional microRNAs (miRNAs), according to a new study published in Cell Host & Microbe. The researchers also showed that host faecal miRNA directly regulates microbial gene expression and growth. “It

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A gripping, fast paced record of the surprising turn of events after a suspicious letter arrives, addressed to Mr. Roger Ackroyd, and he is found dead the following night
A gripping, fast paced record of the surprising turn of events after a suspicious letter arrives, addressed to Mr. Roger Ackroyd, and he is found dead the following night

What is it about? Roger Ackroyd is a man of remarkable influence; a manufacturer of (according to the narrator) wagon wheels. One evening, he is found dead by his servant. Dr. James Sheppard is the

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T- Cells can produce Neurotransmitters: A bridge between Adaptive Immunity and Brain Function?
T- Cells can produce Neurotransmitters: A bridge between Adaptive Immunity and Brain Function?

Apart from the conventional role of T cell in immunity, their presence in the nervous system has provided a glimpse to interaction between immunology and neurology. Adaptive immunity has been less studied which plays a

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Border line Personality Disorder: Needed attention equally as bipolar disorder
Border line Personality Disorder: Needed attention equally as bipolar disorder

Borderline personality disorder  & Bipolar disorder both are disabling and life-threatening conditions. The serotonin system and the HPA (stress) axis are predominantly affected in both. However, the deterioration of psychiatric and physical health caused by

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