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Rajiv Gandhi University, Research Associate

Application are invited for one temporary position of Research Associate under a DBT-Sponsored Bioinformatics Center of the Rajiv Gandhi University.

Essential Qualification - 1st Class M.Sc. Degree in Bioinformatics with two years of work experience or Ph.D. in brances of lifescines or related.

Fellowship - 22000 + 10% HRA

Interested candidate are intended to sent complete up-to-date bio-data with relevant document at the following address..

The Cordinator, Bioinformatics Center, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar-791112

and can also send by email

on or before - 31st Marach, 2012.

Regional Medical Research Center (ICMR), N.E. Region, Assam

Application are invited on plain paper with up-to -date bio-data for the following post..

1. Insect collector (1 Post)
2. Laboratory Attended (2 Post)
3. Field Assistant (3 post)

Advertisement Date - 21.03.2013
Last Date of Application - Ten days from the publication of advertisement.

All the required information for the needful processing are available at the following link...

Vacancy at Regional Medical Research Center N.E. Region, Assam (ICMR)

Walking interview for the following post will be conducted on 03.04.2013
1. Scientist B (1 post)
2. Data entry operator (1 post)
3. Laboratory Technician (6 post)
4. SRF (2 post)
5. Junior Nurse (1 post)

All the needful information and required eligibility crieteria are available at the following link...

Gold Digging Bacteria could be useful metal recovery aid from waste

Scientists Nathan Magarvey and his team from McMaster University in Ontario discovered a bacteria that can transform the presious toxic solution of gold into tiny gold nanoparticle. poisonous ions in toxic solutions of gold into tiny nanoparticles of gold. When the bacteria, delftia acidovoranswas cultured in the presence of gold solution the researcher discovered that the bacterial colonies were covered with dark haloes of gold nanoparticle. 

According to Frank Reith an environmental microbiologist from University of Adelaide in Australia believes that the molecule with which bacteria creates the particles could one day be used to collect gold from mine waste, who is also working on gold-processing bacteria but with a different bacterium, Cupriavidus metalliduranswhich lives in biofilms of gold nuggets. The bacteria detoxify dissolved gold by accumulating it in inert nanoparticles inside their cells. So, these two bacterium can be a useful tool for future mining and detoxification.



 Application from eligible candidates with detailed bio-data supported by attested copies of certificates along with reference letter from the institution where you studied/worked last for the following Junior Research Fellow position in DST-SERB Major Research Project.
1. Research Position: One Junior Research Fellow
2. Title of the Project: Modulation of Multidrug Resistance in Cancer Cell Lines
 3. Fellowship/salary: Rs.12, 000/-per month + HRA for first two year and Rs. 14,000/- per month+ HRA for third year.
 4. Qualification: M. Sc.,/M.Phil. Biochemistry/Molecular Biology /Biotechnology
 5. Duration: Three years
 6. Last Date: 20.3.2013 (5 pm).
 7. Application along with supporting documents as a single pdf file has to be submitted
 on line to the following email:
 8. Principal Investigator: Dr. N. Rajendra Prasad, M…