Research day 2022

SRMIST celebrated "Research Day" on Feb 28, the National Science day.

Eminent Faculty

With PhD and Post-doctoral experience abroad

Eminent Faculty

With PhD and Post-doctoral experience abroad

Semester Abroad Program

More than 100 students have gone to World's Best Universities

Indian Genetics Congress, March 2015

Inaugurated by Noble Laureate Harald zur hassan and Prof. M. S. Swaminathan - A Milestone Event

Dynamics of Biotechnology

SRM IST, Department of Genetic Engineering, Faculty members and students attend the International Conference on "Dynamics of Biotechnology" at Stella Mary's College, Chennai

Research Day 2022

Research day celebrations

Student counseling cell

The Department of Genetic Engineering Launches "Student Counseling Cell"

Congratulations to Dr. Selvarajan and Ms. Ashwini John J

Congratulations to Dr. Selvarajan and Ms. Ashwini John J for publishing a review paper in Environmental Research entitled "A comprehensive review on strategic study of cellulase producing marine actinobacteria for biofuel applications." The link for the article is given below.

https://bit.ly/3zOpo2D



Congratulations Dr. Ramya and Team for publishing your patent


Congratulations!!
Department of Genetic Engineering congratulates Dr. Ramya and Archana Vishwakarma for publishing their patent on "A method for detecting target material by using singles stranded DNA aptamer"

 

Hands-on workshop on " Rolling Circle Amplification to clone circular viral genome"

 Rolling Circle Amplification to clone circular viral genome




Rolling circle amplification (RCA) is an isothermal enzymatic process in which a random

primer is used to amplify a circular DNA template by a special DNA polymerase called phi29

DNA polymerase. In recent years, this technique has been used for the efficient amplification

of circular DNA viral genomes without the need of specific primers. The viral genomes can

be further cloned for characterisation and infectious genomic clones can be generated directly

from the samples. This will help in the detection of novel viruses. During the workshop, the

participants will be learning the techniques involved in the process of cloning circular DNA

viral genome by rolling circle amplification. For more details, please check the brochure.

Interested students can register by using the following link

https://forms.gle/LK3h2GDMZ9DSDXHu9


Congratulations Dr. Anand and Team

Congratulations Dr. Anand and Team for publishing your paper in Cancer du Bulletin.