• Blood Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD) signals are the responses of functional magnetic resonance imaging techniques used to understand brain state and function in neurology.

  • WeNet will create a platform to enable people to support each other transcending geographical and cultural backgrounds.It is funded by Horizon 2020 (the biggest EU Research and Innovation program) and was launched at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science, University of Trento, Italy.

  • The project titled "Development of New Tools to Reverse Antibiotic Resistance in Pathogens Like Pseudomonas Aeruginosa" is funded by TATA Institute for Genetics & Society (TIGS).  Dr. Bipin Nair  is the investigator of the project.

  • In this project, we will use EEG recordings to control robotic arm by extracting left and right side motor imagery movement patterns. We will develop and use feature extraction methods to extract the required features from the pre-processed signal data.

  • Plants are widely used for wastewater treatment, but there are concerns that the plants might act as a reservoir of the pathogens. This project aims at using bacteriophages to specifically kill the pathogenic bacteria and use the roots of the aquatic plants as possible adsorbent material for bacteriophages.

  • Caenorhabditis elegans is a widely used model nematode for developing anti-helmintic drugs. We have used that for developing safe waste management strategy against soil transmitted helminthes contributing most significantly to global burden of infection. Sludge accumulation is the major problem in various parts of the world. Composting can be a cost-effective solution and can be potentially augmented with inherent sewage lytic agents.

  • Triclosan is a widely used biocide to prevent Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) outbreaks in hospitals. Lately, long term exposure to triclosan has resulted in certain strains showing susceptibility and thereby resistance and even enhancement of colonisation has been reported. Adhesion to host tissue is achieved by a large family of staphylococcal surface proteins that bind with varying degrees of specificity to host matrix proteins.

  • Lifespan is a biological process regulated by several genetic pathways. One strategy to investigate the regulation of lifespan is to use small molecules to perturb age-regulatory pathways. Here we plan to screen compounds in a biphasic approach. To find compounds that extend and decrease lifespan of C. elegans. To date, a number of molecules are known to extend or decrease lifespan in various model organisms and are used as tools to study the biology of aging and anthelminthic.

  • A biofilm is an assemblage of microbial cells that is irreversibly associated (not removed by gentle rinsing) with a surface and enclosed in a matrix of primarily polysaccharide material. Noncellular materials such as mineral crystals, corrosion particles, clay or silt particles, or blood components, depending on the environment in which the biofilm has developed, may also be found in the biofilm matrix.

  • Antimicrobial textiles is of high market value for their potential use in different sanitary causes such as hospital clothes, bed linens, wound healing bandage, sanitary napkins etc. We checked the literature to find out the possible solutions in this regard which ranged from impregnation of the textile material with natural products, dyes and nanomaterials. They are generally costly and very often ineffective against antibiotic resistant infections.

  • The Universal Stress Protein (USP) superfamily represents a growing set of small cytoplasmic proteins whose expression is affected by a wide variety of internal or external environmental stresses.

  • Bacteriocins are antimicrobial peptides produced by bacteria that kill or inhibit the growth of other bacteria. Bacteriocins differ from most therapeutic antibiotics in being proteinaceous and generally express a narrow specificity of action against strains of the same or closely related species.