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Interview: Dr Aravind Rengan, a medical graduate who went into research and won awards

Dr Aravind Kumar Rengan is a medical graduate who went into pure research and won the Department of Biotechnology’s ‘Innovative Young Biotechnologist Award’ (IYBA-DBT), 2015; the Department of Science & Technology’s INSPIRE Faculty Award (Biomedical) 2015; the IIT Bombay Institute Award for ‘Excellence In PhD’, 2014-2016; the Gandhian Young Technological Innovation Award, 2015.

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Govt planning penal provisions to deter pharma companies from bribing doctors with freebies | Sex determination lands doctor couple in jail for three years

The promised mandatory marketing code for pharma companies, which is to replace the voluntary code in operation since January last year, will have strong penal provisions to deter them from bribing doctors with freebies to prescribe their drugs.

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IIM, IIT study helps doctors manage time efficiently

Ahmedabad: Professors from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) and the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT-B) have conducted a study to help doctors in a teaching hospital manage their time effectively.

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IIT Kharagpur wins 2nd prize at Healthcare Innovation World Cup 2013

New Delhi: A non-invasive blood glucose measurement device being developed by a team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur has won the second prize at the finals of Healthcare Innovation World Cup held recently in New York. The device is aimed at enabling painless, sample-free and accurate glucose measurement for people suffering from diabetes.

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New Zealand firm aids drug delivery research at IIT Bombay

Mumbai: New Zealand nanotechnology company Izon Science has gifted a highly advanced qNano system to Rinti Banerjee, a professor from the department of biosciences and bioengineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai to accelerate advancement of research in the area of nanoparticles for controlled release targeted drug delivery.

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