Speaker: Ada E. Yonath (Nobel Laureate In 2009) Ada E. Yonath pioneered and studying the structural basis of a universal and fundamental process: translating the genetic code into proteins. She is focusing on ribosomes, the cellular “factories” performing this task. Topic: “Next Generation
Felicitation Prof. SIVADAS Prof.Sivadas Former HOD Department of Chemistry Prof.Sivadas is a formar department faculty and widely known persoality. He has won various pestigious national and stae awards.
The science day celebrations 1. Dr.S Satha Devi Scientist F, Defence Research and Development Organisaton 2. Dr.Subila Balakrishnan Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Science, Mahatama Gandhi University, Kottyam One of the very important problems is the gener inequality and the repres
Special Seminar Dr. Yelamaggad Scientist Canter for Nano and Soft Matter Science, Banglore Dr.Yelamaggadu spoke to our firstyear BSc students about‘Nobel prize winning chemistry problems’; the present research scenario, as there are a number of problems associated to our day-to-day life t
Special Seminar Dr. Sumesh K Raman Research Fellow University of Oxford, United Kingdom Dr.Sumesh spoke to our firstyear MSc students (Pure, Analytical and Applied) about sutainable energy, and catalysts developments.
Special Seminar Dr. Jobin Jose Asst. Professor Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India. Dr.Jobin spoke to our first year MSc students (Pure, Analytical and Applied) about the fundamental aspects of computational science and its techniques. He also have discussed with the students about t
Special Seminar Dr. Sujith K.S Assitant Professor Amritha School of Arts and Sceince, Mysure, India Dr.Sujith spoke to our first year MSc students (Pure, Analytical and Applied) about the methods and applications in the identification of interfacial molecules.
A Talk by Jacek Fal Rzeszow University of Technology, Polandon the topic:“Thermoelectric properties of nanosuspension of nanoparticles in base fluid“conducted at E-Learning Center on 30th August, 2016 at 2 pm.‘All are cordially invited to attend the lecture.’