A analysis venture led by Prof Ranjit Thapa of Department of Physics, aimed toward discovering the very best catalysts to transform carbon dioxide right into a helpful product, has been chosen by the National Supercomputing Mission.

PTI | , Amaravati

PUBLISHED ON APR 04, 2021 05:01 PM IST

The SRM University-AP at Amaravati has obtained grants from the Centre for 3 main analysis initiatives in several branches of science.

SRM Biology Department’s Associate Dean Prof C Durga Rao, who’s the principal investigator, has been chosen for a venture to review the implications for bettering the expansion of human vaccine strains by understanding the molecular foundation for the acute differential degree of expression of genes from human and animal rotaviruses in gene-transfected cells.

A analysis venture led by Prof Ranjit Thapa of Department of Physics, aimed toward discovering the very best catalysts to transform carbon dioxide right into a helpful product, has been chosen by the National Supercomputing Mission.

The Union Department of Science and Technology, in collaboration with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, are supporting the venture underneath the National Supercomputing Mission, a college launch stated.

Under the NSM, one other venture led by Mahesh Kumar Ravva, an assistant professor of chemistry, has additionally been awarded a monetary grant.

The purpose of this venture is to grasp the crucial elements that affect the efficiency of natural photo voltaic cells, the college launch stated.

The Department of Biotechnology has awarded a grant of 1.10 crore to Prof Durga Rao to carry out cell tradition and virus-related analysis at SRM University-AP.

The Centre launched the primary tranche of 28 lakh as grant for this analysis venture.

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