Biotechnology Masters student’s work being presented at Amsterdam

The final semester dissertation work of 2011 Batch M.Sc. Biotechnology student, Lakshmi N.S entitled “Purification and characterization of lysozyme modified with Poly Ethylene Glycol (PEG)”  have been selected for presentation at 39th international symposium on high-performance-liquid-phase separations and related techniques at Amsterdam

The work was done at Agilent Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bangalore under the guidance of Dr.P.M. Sundaram.

The HPLC conference series is the world’s premier meeting dedicated to liquid phase separation science. This international meeting series is multi-disciplinary in nature and brings together many of the world’s leading authorities to address the major practical and theoretical challenges related to all aspects of liquid phase separation science techniques. The conference will be comprised of plenary and keynote lectures, prominently featured poster presentations, and a comprehensive display of commercial products related to liquid phase separations and analysis.

May 17, 2013
School of Biotechnology,Amritapuri

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