The program aims at providing in-depth immersive and exclusive . ng to students studying Biotechnology and related subjects like microbiology, analytical biochemistry, and molecular biology.
The purpose of this program is to let young minds experience the positive impact of Biotechnology by working on a module requiring application and critical appreciation of scientific principles. It will also provide an opportunity to gain industrial experience and work closely in the dynamic world of start-ups.APPLICATION CLOSED
Basics of cell culture
Cell Revival and Passaging
Annual Winter Symposium: Recent trends in cancer research and Precision medicine
|1||Annual BSBE Winter Symposium: Recent trends in cancer research and Precision medicine||16th Dec 2022- 18th Dec 2022|
|2||Module 1: Mammalian Cell Culture||19th Dec 2022- 24th Dec 2022|
|3||Module 2: Interaction With BSBE IITK faculty members||19th Dec 2022- 24th Dec 2022|
|4||Module 3: Immersion in BSBE labs||2nd Jan 2023 - 7th Jan 2023|
|5||Module 4: Understanding the Entrepreneurship ecosystem||9th Jan 2023 - 16th Jan 2023|
The theme of the BSBE winter symposium–2022 (16th -18th December 2022) at the Department of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering (BSBE), IIT Kanpur, is focused on the "Recent Trends in Cancer Research and Precision Medicine". The overarching aim is to understand cancer by bringing leading scientists and clinicians/oncologists to one platform, who have been engaged in cutting-edge research in the broader areas of cancer biology, cancer diagnosis, cancer genetics, therapeutics, and precision medicine. The symposium aims to dive deep into the knowledge in the fast-progressing fields associated with cancer management gained over the years. It would provide an excellent platform for academicians, scientists, and clinical experts to share their knowledge ranging from novel biomarkers to cutting-edge imaging, diagnostic solutions, evolving chemotherapeutics, and, novel immune-targeting paradigms thereby, bringing forth tangible solutions for treatment and management of this deadly disease. The three-day symposium will be inclusive of talks from eminent cancer biologists/clinicians and poster sessions that will provide young aspiring scientists exposure to this evolving field.