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Congratulations to our M.Sc. 1st year student Raktim Sen for being selected under the S.N. Bose Scholars Program. Raktim will be doing his summer internship at University of Southern California.

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Featured Research

Extremophiles are exotic microorganisms able to grow and thrive under extreme environmental conditions such as extreme temperature, pH, salt and solvents etc. Halophiles refer to the organisms having unusual life existence in saline/ hypersaline environments.

“Haloenzymes”, the proteins from such halophilic origin, are endowed with unique structural features and catalytic power to sustain the metabolic and physiological processes under high salt conditions. One such halophile Geomicrobium sp. EMB2 is isolated by us. Molecular characterization of its novel protease is presented here. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 2011, 21, 129–135.

For further details and more on similar research see the webpage. The research paper can be downloaded from the journal website.

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Forthcoming Seminars

Title: Understanding Structure and Dynamics of Complex Biological and Chemical Systems Using Single- and Multi-dimensional Spectroscopies and Novel Analysis Methods
Speaker: Sachin Dev Verma, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine, CA, 92697
Date : December 2nd 2016 (Friday)
Time : 4:30 PM
Venue: Committee Room, Chemistry Department, 6th Floor, Main Building

Chemcos: New issue

New issue of Chemcos, e-magazine of the chemical society, IIT Delhi, is now online

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