The Indian chemist Thiruvengadam Rajendram Seshadri (T R Seshadri) has contributed a lot in the field of Natural Product Chemistry. Today we are remembering him on his 119th birthday.Read more
“It’s one of the first true 3-D printers ever made,” said Mark A. Burns, professor of chemical engineering and biomedical engineering and corresponding author of this paper.Read more
The PepMoV is a flexuous rod-shaped plant pathogenic virus and it was first recognized in Arizona (USA) in 1969 as a new member of the family potyviridae that infects peppers.Read more
Oh, Virus! Yes, That terrifying reaction.
Isn’t Prevention better than cure? We use antivirus to protect our phones and computers from viruses, so let’s use prevention for us!
Remembering Dr. Shanti Swaroop Bhatnager through his works – a chronological compilation 1920 Studies in Emulsions:Part I. A New Method of Determining the Inversion of Phases. The Effect of Adsorbed Gases on The Surface Tension of Water. Effect of the Addition of Certain Higher Fatty Acids on The Interfacial Tension…Read more