Prof.(Retd.) Arvind A. Natu nominated as the Chairperson of the BoG, IISER Kolkata w.e.f 25.02.2019
Researchers from the laboratory of Prof. Jayasri Das Sarma has recently shown that arsenic interacts with the gap junction protein Connexin 43 (Cx43) in cells and disrupts cell-cell communication, leading to cell death.
Seismological study reveals that the N20°E motion of the Indian Plate is accommodated across NE India, rather than being confined only to the plate boundaries.
Dr. Raja Shunmugam of DCS, IISER Kolkata along with ADO Additives MFG PVT. LTD. has developed a complete solution regarding detection and removal of Arsenic from water and subsequent disposal of Arsenic Contaminated remover.
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.
About RISE Foundation IISER: A live discussion with Director, IISER Kolkata and the founding Board of Directors of RISE Foundation IISER held on 9th November 2018 at 3:00 PM.
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The Mitacs Globalink Research Internship is a competitive initiative for international undergraduates from Australia, Brazil, China, France, India, Germany, Mexico, Tunisia, and Ukraine, to carry out a fully funded internship program at Canadian Universities. In a record selection through multiple rounds, 15 students from four departments have been selected from the institute.
Sounak Mukherjee (15MS139) and Suprovo Ghosh (14MS153) of Dept. of Physical Sciences have been selected for the prestigious and once in a life time opportunity to attend "LINDAU NOBEL LAUREATE MEETING" 2019.
2 p.m. | 102, A P C Ray
3 p.m. | Asima Chatterjee Lecture Theatre
3 p.m. | 102, A P C Ray