INNOVATIVE YOUNG BIOTECHNOLOGIST AWARD FOR THE YEAR 2013

The ‘Innovative Young Biotechnologist Award’ (IYBA) was instituted by the Department of Biotechnology in the year 2005, as an attractive, career-oriented scheme to identify and nurture outstanding young scientists with innovative ideas and desire to pursue research in frontier areas of biotechnology. For the year 2013 awards, the department invites applications from the young Indian […]

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Bio-CARe: BIOTECHNOLOGY CAREER ADVANCEMENT AND RE-ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN SCIENTISTS

Call for proposal under Biotechnology career Advancement and Re-orientation (Bio-CARe) programme/awards for Women Scientists Last Date for Submission : 28th January ,2011 Scheme I: Letter of intent format for Research Grant Opportunity(RGO) Scheme II: Letter of intent format for Career Re-orientation Fellowship(CRF)

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Call for Research proposals on Biotech Product and Process Development

Department of Biotechnology aims to promote commercialization of biotech products and processes relevant for national self reliance by supporting appropriate basic and applied research in institutes and by facilitating strategic partnership with institutes and industries. Appropriate formats, terms and conditions etc. may be obtained from the DBT websites: http://www.dbtindia.nic.in or htttp://www.dbtindia.org. For more details click here

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Ramalingaswamy Fellowship

The Department of Biotechnology has instituted a scheme known as “Ramalingaswami Fellowship” for scientists of Indian origin who are working outside the country in various fields of biotechnology, life sciences, bio-engineering and translational health science and all other related disciplines, and who are interested in taking up scientific research positions in India. Ramalingaswami fellows could […]

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TATA INNOVATION FELLOWSHIP

Applications  are invited for “Tata Innovation Fellowship” a highly competitive scheme instituted by the Department of Biotechnology to recognize and reward scientists with outstanding track record in biological sciences with, a deep commitment to find innovative solutions to major problems in agriculture, health care, veterinary sciences, energy, environment, industry and other areas related to life […]

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BIOTECH INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PROGRAMME (BITP) 2009-10

On behalf of Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, Biotech Consortium India Limited (BCIL) is implementing since last 14 years, a scheme of practical industrial training for M.Sc./M.Tech./B.E./B.Tech. Biotechnology students. The objective of this progamme is to provide industry-specific training to Biotech students for skill development and enhancing their […]

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Call for Proposal for Young Investigators (RGYI Scheme)

The Department of Biotechnology is attempting to reduce the age at which scientists get their first Principal Investigator grant and expand opportunities for young scientists. We invite proposals in any branch of biotechnology related to medical, agriculture, vetinerary, environment, marine, industrial or to bioresources.  DBT will provide rapid review and approval for suitable proposals and […]

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Biotech industry can help tackle neglected diseases

Biotech industry can help tackle neglected diseases Source: Nature Biotechnology 17 April 2009 | EN Biotech can inject innovation into neglected-disease product development Argonne National Laboratory/Flickr The biotech industry provides rich resources and expertise that could help tackle neglected diseases, say Joanna E. Lowell and Christopher D. Earl from BIO Ventures for Global Health in […]

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