Recent Submissions

  • The AICTE review: an opportunity for engineering education reform 

    SOHONI, M (INDIAN ACAD SCIENCES, 2016)
    This article outlines the issues faced by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the statutory body which governs technical education in India. It points out various lacunae in many areas of technical ...
  • Elastic Stress Effects on Microstructural Instabilities 

    GURURAJAN, MP; LAHIRI, A (INDIAN INST SCIENCE, 2016)
    Phase field modelling, which is ideal for the study of the formation and evolution of microstructures, has been used extensively to study the effect of elastic stresses on microstructural instabilities. In this review, we ...
  • TetR Regulators: A Structural and Functional Perspective 

    BHUKYA, H; ANAND, R (INDIAN INST SCIENCE, 2017)
    Tetracycline repressor family of transcription regulators (TetR-FTRs) is one of the most predominant families of transcription factors in the prokaryotic system. Classically, they are associated with antimicrobial resistance ...
  • Review of Indian research on innovative breakwaters 

    RAJENDRA, K; BALAJI, R; MUKUL, P (NATL INST SCIENCE COMMUNICATION-NISCAIR, 2017)
    In this paper, a detailed review of Indian research studies on the development of innovative breakwaters is attempted. Historical studies by Indian researchers and scientists were collected and classified in to two broad ...
  • Various types of separation membranes 

    DAS, D; DATTA, A; CONTRACTOR, AQ (INDIAN ACAD SCIENCES, 2016)
    Membrane-based separation is a superior alternative to conventional processes in many separation problems of practical importance. For maximum effectiveness, both high selectivity and flux are desirable. This article ...
  • A survey of bandgap and non-bandgap based voltage reference techniques 

    HANDE, V; BAGHINI, MS (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2016)
    The design challenges of voltage reference generators in CMOS technology have increased over the years in low-voltage low-power CMOS integrated circuits, constituting analog, digital, and mixed-signal modules. The emergence ...
  • Identification of agents targeting FtsZ assembly 

    PANDA, D; BHATTACHARYA, D; GAO, QH; OZA, PM; LIN, HYJ; HAWKINS, B; HIBBS, DE; GROUNDWATER, PW (FUTURE SCI LTD, 2016)
    Filamenting temperature-sensitive mutant Z (FtsZ), an essential cell division protein in bacteria, has recently emerged as an important and exploitable antibacterial target. Cytokinesis in bacteria is regulated by the ...
  • Near Infrared Fluorescence Imaging in Nano-Therapeutics and Photo-Thermal Evaluation 

    VATS, M; MISHRA, SK; BAGHINI, MS; CHAUHAN, DS; SRIVASTAVA, R; DE, A (MDPI AG, 2017)
    The unresolved and paramount challenge in bio-imaging and targeted therapy is to clearly define and demarcate the physical margins of tumor tissue. The ability to outline the healthy vital tissues to be carefully navigated ...
  • Review of Pedestrian Level of Service Perspective in Developing Countries 

    KADALI, BR; VEDAGIRI, P (NATL ACAD SCIENCES, 2016)
    Analyses of pedestrian-related issues have been gaining much attention from researchers in recent years, particularly studies of pedestrian safety and pedestrian level of service (LOS) in developing countries. The focus ...
  • Alteration of Structure and Aggregation of alpha-Synuclein by Familial Parkinson's Disease Associated Mutations 

    SAHAY, S; GHOSH, D; SINGH, PK; MAJI, SK (BENTHAM SCIENCE PUBL LTD, 2017)
    alpha-Synuclein (alpha-Syn) aggregation is directly associated with Parkinson's disease (PD) pathogenesis. In vitro aggregation and in vivo animal model studies of alpha-Syn recapitulate many features of the disease ...
  • Pyrolysis of Energetic Ionic Salts Based on Nitrogen-rich Heterocycles 

    KUMBHAKARNA, N; CHOWDHURY, A (BENTHAM SCIENCE PUBL LTD, 2016)
    Energetic ionic salts based on nitrogen-rich heterocycles are expected to usher in a new era in the fields of propellants, explosives, and pyrotechnics owing to their excellent combustion characteristics, green nature, and ...
  • Extracting cell and fibre orientation from microscopic images: computational methods and tools 

    SHARMA, M (INDIAN ACAD SCIENCES, 2016)
    Orientation of cell and its actin fibres dictate various properties of the cell and its associated tissue including morphology, cell migration and response of cell to external stimuli. While the vital role of cell and actin ...
  • Lessons from bacterial homolog of tubulin, FtsZ for microtubule dynamics 

    BATTAJE, RR; PANDA, D (BIOSCIENTIFICA LTD, 2017)
    FtsZ, a homolog of tubulin, is found in almost all bacteria and archaea where it has a primary role in cytokinesis. Evidence for structural homology between FtsZ and tubulin came from their crystal structures and identification ...
  • State of the Art and Future Research Needs for Multiscale Analysis of Li-Ion Cells 

    SHAH, K; BALSARA, N; BANERJEE, S; CHINTAPALLI, M; COCCO, AP; CHIU, WKS; LAHIRI, I; MARTHA, S; MISTRY, A; MUKHERJEE, PP; RAMADESIGAN, V; SHARMA, CS; SUBRAMANIAN, VR; MITRA, S; JAIN, A (ASME, 2017)
    The performance, safety, and reliability of Li-ion batteries are determined by a complex set of multiphysics, multiscale phenomena that must be holistically studied and optimized. This paper provides a summary of the state ...
  • Multi-omics Frontiers in Algal Research: Techniques and Progress to Explore Biofuels in the Postgenomics World 

    RAI, V; KARTHIKAICHAMY, A; DAS, D; NORONHA, S; WANGIKAR, PP; SRIVASTAVA, S (MARY ANN LIEBERT, INC, 2016)
    Current momentum of microalgal research rests extensively in tapping the potential of multi-omics methodologies in regard to sustainable biofuels. Microalgal biomass is fermented to bioethanol; while lipids, particularly ...
  • N-type solar cells: advantages, issues, and current scenarios 

    SINGHA, B; SOLANKI, CS (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2017)
    Crystalline silicon, including p-type czochralski (CZ) mono-crystalline and multi-crystalline (mc) silicon, has been the workhorse for solar cell production for decades. In recent years, there has been many developments ...
  • Computational materials chemistry for carbon capture using porous materials 

    SHARMA, A; HUANG, RH; MALANI, A; BABARAO, R (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2017)
    Control over carbon dioxide (CO2) release is extremely important to decrease its hazardous effects on the environment such as global warming, ocean acidification, etc. For CO2 capture and storage at industrial point sources, ...
  • Guided wave based structural health monitoring: A review 

    MITRA, M; GOPALAKRISHNAN, S (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2016)
    The paper provides a state of the art review of guided wave based structural health monitoring (SHM). First, the fundamental concepts of guided wave propagation and its implementation for SHM is explained. Following sections ...
  • Polyethylene glycol (PEG): a versatile polymer for pharmaceutical applications 

    D'SOUZA, AA; SHEGOKAR, R (TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2016)
    Introduction: Polyethylene glycol (PEG) is a polymer of choice in drug delivery systems. This USFDA-approved polymer is popular due to its tunable properties and well-established safety profile: prime requisites considered ...
  • Proteomics of Plasmodium vivax malaria: new insights, progress and potential 

    VENKATESH, A; PATEL, SK; RAY, S; SHASTRI, J; CHATTERJEE, G; KOCHAR, SK; PATANKAR, S; SRIVASTAVA, S (TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2016)
    Introduction: Plasmodium vivax has accounted for an enormous share of the global malaria burden in recent years, along with Plasmodium falciparum. The wide distribution of P. vivax and recent evidences of severe and ...

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