# Bioanalyze 2K17

Hello guys!!! We are back to share the immense success of Bioanalyze 2K17. Department of Bioanalytical Sciences had organized Bioanalyze 2K17 under the DBT Star College Scheme showcasing an exhibition on contemporary scientific concepts as well. It was an extraordinary day filled with scientific events. Bioanalyze 2K17 took a kickstart when it was inaugurated by…

# Bioanalyze 2017

Hello all !!… The wait is finally over… This time, Bioanalyze will have an amazing exhibition, showcasing different models based on Contemporary Scientific concepts, handcrafted by our students, combined with awesome games & fun like never before!! Do spare some time for this dazzling event….. Hope to see you all !!! 🙂 

# BIOANALYZE 2017

Heya guys!! Check out this article published by our Media Partner Maharashtra Times… So are you all ready to get registered? Get your Gear as Bioanalyze is here!! And this time it is going to be bigger and better!! See you soon….

In-cell molecular sieve from protein crystal

Scientists have applied rational crystal design to create protein crystals with extended porous network to accumulate exogenous molecules inside living cells. This work lays a foundation for engineering of stable self-assembling crystalline porous materials which can concentrate and preserve bioactive substances in various cell types. In nature, proteins are assembled into sophisticated and highly ordered…

Painting 

A girl with a violin in this painting is nothing less than a life full of joys. A passion for any thing is the other name of falling in love with your hobbies which makes you forget the whole world and live with your passion.                     …

​THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION!

CHARLES DARWIN Born:12 February 1809 The Mount, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, UK Died:19 April 1882 (aged 73) Down House, Kent, England, UK Residence:England Citizenship:United Kingdom Nationality:English Fields:Natural history, geology Institutions: Tertiary education: University of Edinburgh Medical School (medicine) Christ’s College, Cambridge (BA)  Professional institution: Geological Society of London. Naturalist Charles Robert Darwin was born on February…

‘BIOANALYZE’ IS COMING!!

One of the happiest highlights of college life are college festivals!!After studying hard for an entire semester these college festivals are like sweet desserts in student’s life. These festivals not only freshen up the entire atmosphere but also provide opportunities to the students to unleash their talents!! One such amazing festival is  ‘BIOANALYZE’ which brings…

Father of periodic table.

​ Born: 8 February 1834, Tobolsk, Russia Died: 2 February 1907, Saint Petersburg, Russia Full name: Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev Awards: Copley Medal, Demidov Prize Children: Lyubov Dmitrievna Mendeleeva, Vasily Mendeleev, more Education: Saint Petersburg State University (1855–1856), Saint Petersburg State University (1850–1855), Heidelberg University                   Dmitri Ivanovich…

Scientists Take First Steps to Growing Human Organs in Pigs

​Scientists have grown human cells inside pig embryos, a very early step toward the goal of growing livers and other human organs in animals to transplant into people. The cells made up just a tiny part of each embryo, and the embryos were grown for only a few weeks, researchers reported Thursday. Such human-animal research…

THE SUCCESS STORY!!

Webster’s dictionary defines examination as “a test to show a person’s progress, knowledge, or ability. “…but only we students know that it’s not just a test… it’s a battle! A battle where we use weapon of our hard work and dedication! Sacrifice our urge to check cell phone for Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram!!  Today’s article […]

​Ferdinand Cohn

The beginning of modern microbiology can be traced back to the 1870s, and it was based on the development of new concepts that originated during the two preceding centuries on the role of microorganisms, new experimental methods, and discoveries in chemistry, physics, and evolutionary cell biology. The crucial progress was the isolation and growth on…