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Join us for a Deep Dive into Genomic Deep Learning! Deep learning is a powerful tool for capturing complex structures within the data. It holds great promise for genomic research due to its capacity of learning complex features in genomic data. The session will be handled by Dr. Biji C.L, Associate Professor from Vellore Institute of Technology. The session will give a hands-on experience on how deep learning is integrated into Genomics.
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Registration closes on December 28, 2023 18:00 HrsBrochure Register Now!
Exciting news! Our patented thermo-chemical process for recovering titanium from discarded cigarette filters has hit the public domain. Beyond the breakthrough in materials, this innovation directly combats the environmental impact of these discarded filters. Loaded with harmful chemicals, discarded filters contribute to soil and water pollution. Our process not only extracts valuable TiO2 Nanoparticles but also addresses this ecological concern, promoting a sustainable future. By transforming waste into a resource, we're reshaping the narrative on environmental responsibility. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue pioneering solutions for a greener tomorrow!
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Our groundbreaking research, featured in The Hindu Business Line, has resulted in an olfactory sensor with a multitude of applications. This patented technology has the potential to provide AI systems with a highly coveted 'nose.' Learn more about this remarkable discovery.
Our Nanotech team recently participated in NanoArtography, an international science image competition that beautifully combines the worlds of nanoscience and art. This competition is open to everyone and was created and organized by the esteemed Prof. Babak Anasori. Explore the captivating images that emerged from our talented team's work.