BLiSS REPORT (2013-14) - Establishment of Biotech Labs in Senior Secondary Schools (BLiSS) in North Eastern States of India
27th Co-ordinators meeting to be held in Nainital from 3-5 March, 2016
National Symposium on Bioinformatics was held at University of Jammu on February 2, 2012
Compendium on Bioinformatics publications released during 23rd Co-ordinators meeting
   
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  HIMACHAL PRADESH UNIVERSITY, SHIMLA
 
  The Bioinformatics Centre of Himachal Pradesh University was established in 1999 with financial support of Government of India, Ministry of Science and Technology, Department of Biotechnology (DBT), New Delhi. The Centre is housed in the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Bhawan of Himachal Pradesh University. The Centre has successfully organized sixteen training/workshops covering various aspects of the Bioinformatics and has trained around 242 participants through these trainings/workshops.
Presently, Centre is emphasizing on genome wide studies which includes development of tools and techniques for search of novel sources of nitrile metabolizing enzymes. Beside this, Centre provides various facilities for M.Sc and B.Tech students belonging to different institute of northern India for completing their research project i.e. In silico studies of different industrially important microbial and plant enzymes. Centre has recently installed sequence & molecular modeling software for detailed In-silico analysis of various bioinformatical problems.
Major research activities    

The research activities of the University in the area of Biotechnology have major focus on microbial diversity, microbial enzymes, traditional fermented food and stem cell.

For more information: http://hpuniv.nic.in/biotech.htm

     
Coordinator : Prof. T. C. Bhalla
Bioinformatics Centre (Sub-DIC)
H.P. University, Summer Hill, Shimla-171005
Phone: 91-177 2832153, 91-177 2832154
Fax: 91-177-2832154
   
   
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