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Proteins that repair damaged DNA

IITH researchers have unravelled the working of a protein that repairs damaged DNA. Nature has evolved techniques to not only protect DNA, but also to repair damaged DNA so that catastrophic damage can be averted. In humans, one such repair mechanism involves activation of a special class of p...

Algae-based sewage treatment systems

IITHyderabad Researchers are developing an algae-based sewage treatment systems that can reduce the cost of treatment & produce recyclable #water & #biodiesel. This system will help #rural communities in the long-run while the immediate intended beneficiaries of the research are gated ...

Device to detect Bovine Serum Albumin

IIT Hyderabad Researchers Develop a Simple, affordable & Environment-friendly Device to detect Bovine Serum Albumin. In the modern era of medicaldiagnosis, detection and quantification of albumin proteins are important. Essentially, albumin carries distinct substances such as vitamins, enz...

Vaccine On Wheels

IITHyderabad’s Center for Healthcare Entrepreneurship - CFHE Fellow Mr. Jignesh Patel has launched in Pune a Vaccination on Wheels Clinic, a first-of-its-kind service in India. This is being done in collaboration with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which provided a grant to Mr. Jignesh Pat...

Device that can monitor ECG and alert doctors

IITHyderabad Researchers have developed a low-power device that can monitor electrocardiogram (ECG) and alert patients and doctors in real-time about the risk of #cardiovascular diseases (CVD).

Dawn of a New Era for Indian Automotive Industry

IITHyderabad in collaboration with ItsEV Inc hosted an International Workshop on ‘Dawn of a New Era for Indian Automotive Industry’ by Creating New Lithium ion Battery Fits for High Temperature and Promoting Pollution-Free EV World in India in the campus.

Jamun seed Water Purifier

Contaminated DrinkingWater is a serious public health issue in many developing nations, including India.

Biomarker-based biosensors

The onset of telemedicine across the country has given patients in India’s hinterland access to specialists who may have been inaccessible otherwise. Improved connectivity and digitisation of tests such as X-rays have helped this network grow However, to make a transformative impact, India nee...


Researchers from Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad and KIIT School of Architecture, Bhubaneshwar, have developed bio-bricks for construction from Agricultural waste products. Their development serves the dual purposes of WasteManagement and development of eco-friendly, sustainable build...