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Mr. Daljeet Singh Takes Charge as Director (Works)

Mr. Daljeet Singh has taken over charge as Director (Works) of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).

Mr Singh is a civil engineer who did his B.Tech from I.I.T. 187 more words


IIT Kanpur researchers make antibodies for treating a few genetic diseases

The antibodies will prevent the trafficking of the GPCR receptors from the membrane surface to inside of the cells thus making mutant cells responsible for certain genetic diseases to function normally. 549 more words


Kanpur Days

Hello blogosphere, I’m back! If you know of any tried and tested way to worm oneself into the good graces of fellow bloggers after eight months of absence, kindly inform me, I shall try it on you. 980 more words


Indian researchers develop 3D bioprinted cartilage

Millions of people around the world suffer from degenerative joint diseases such as arthritis. Despite attempting for the last 30 years, scientists across the world have not been able to produce in the lab cartilage-like tissues that are functionally and structurally similar to cartilages seen in human knees and have load-bearing capacity. 627 more words


IIT Kanpur finds more aerosol in the atmosphere produces heavier, widespread rainfall

Contrary to the general notion that pre-monsoon aerosol loading results in decrease in seasonal rainfall, a long-term (2002-2013) satellite observational study and model-based analysis by researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has found that higher aerosol loading results in delayed but more rainfall over Central and Northern India. 618 more words


Post Graduate Admissions 2017-18 @ IITK

Important Dates

  • Start date for online submission of completed Application Form: 28/03/2017 (00:00 Hrs)
  • Last date for online submission of completed Application Form: 21/04/2017 (23:59 Hrs)
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M.Tech And Ph.D. Admission

Drug discovery for GPCR signalling made easy by IIT Kanpur.


Discovering new drugs that bind to G Protein-Coupled Receptors (GPCRs), which are central to almost every physiological process in our body such as vision, taste, immune response and cardiovascular regulation, has become easier, thanks to research by a team led by Dr. 629 more words