Cell-based meat may soon find its way to your plate, DNA forensics a vital tool in cracking wildlife crimes, Karnataka battles raging wildfire in Bandipur ~ helpBIOTECH

26 February 2019

Cell-based meat may soon find its way to your plate, DNA forensics a vital tool in cracking wildlife crimes, Karnataka battles raging wildfire in Bandipur


Karnataka battles raging wildfire in Bandipur - The Hindu 

Karnataka intensified efforts to contain a raging wildfire in the Bandipur forest area in Chamarajanagar district bordering Tamil Nadu, an official said Monday. “As the wildfire spread to about 2,000 hectares in the 874 sq km forest, around 500 guards, officials and eco-volunteers from the area rushed to douse the flames.” 


DNA forensics a vital tool in cracking wildlife crimes - The Hindu 

“With investigating agencies facing increased challenges of collecting evidence to ensure convictions in wildlife crimes, DNA forensics are providing a major headway,” said Mukesh Thakur, a scientist with the ZSI’s wildlife forensics team who has contributed to the research. 


Cell-based meat may soon find its way to your plate - The Hindu 

Maharashtra govt. and the Institute of Chemical Technology have teamed up with U.S.-based Good Food Institute to set up a lab by 2019 end.

 Cultured meat is meat produced by in vitro cultivation of animal cells, instead of from slaughtered animals. It is a form of cellular agriculture. 


Spain named world’s healthiest country - Times of India 

Spain and Italy have grabbed the two top spots in the list of the healthiest countries in the world. In South Asia, Sri Lanka at 66, Bangladesh at 91 and Nepal at 110 continued to rank well above India, out of the 169 countries that were evaluated. India slipped from 119 in the 2017 ranking to 120. 


Telangana govt to set up Life Sciences Grid - Times of India 

In a bid to bring all stakeholders onto a single platform, support budding entrepreneurs and streamline various initiatives to attract more pharma and life sciences companies to its shores, the Telangana government on Monday announced the setting up of the Telangana Life Sciences Grid. 


0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner