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A proline deletion in the spike glycoprotein of fusion peptide of murine Beta- Coronavirus (m-CoV), strongly alters viral induced cell-to-cell fusion and consecutive neuropathogenesis and neurodegeneration.
Recent study of earthquake wave propagation and its decay across eastern India, Himalaya and southern Tibet, reveal (a) strong frequency dependence and (b) lateral variations dependent on the heterogeneity in the underlying crustal structure.
Bhadra, Mohitosh; Kandambeth, Sharath;K. Sahoo, Manoj;Addicoat, Matthew;Balaraman, Ekambaram and Banerjee, Rahul. 2019. “A Triazine Functionalized Porous Covalent Organic Framework for Photo-organocatalytic E-Z Isomerization of Olefins.” J. Am. Chem. Soc.141, 6152-6156
This work shows that the strongly hysteretic first-order phase transition in V2O3, and possibly other similar materials with long-ranged interactions, can have features usually associated with second-order transitions
IISER-K today has a vibrant campus with strong faculty members of repute and supportive non-teaching staff members. The students pursuing various degrees are among the best in the country and have established a commendable culture.
The Institute has a flexible academic programme and hosts state-of-the-art research facilities. Currently, it has five academic departments (Biological Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Mathematics & Statistics, Physical Sciences) and several centres of excellence.
CRSI - National Symposium in Chemistry - 2020: Postponed for one year.
Rahul Pratap Singh (BS-MS, 4th Year) and Rohit Prasad (BS-MS, 3rd Year) along with Sabhyata Gupta(BSc.Physics, Punjab University, 3rd Year) performed very well in IBM Quantum Challenge and were awarded IBM Quantum Advanced Badges.
In these Covid times when we are all confined to our home, have you wondered what constitutes a home for other organisms? In this study Kushankur Bhattacharya an IntPhD student and Prof. Sumana explored the nest architecture of an Indian ant and found that they live in a simple single chamber nest that does not change significantly across seasons.
Modelling and data analysis based resources created by the students and faculty members of CESSI and Dept. of Physical Sciences of the institute, to understand the dynamics of the novel coronavirus pandemic in India.
Important Notice: Office Order regarding Spring Semester 2020 reopening