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May 2016 - June 2017
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- Taught High- School subjects like Physics, Biology, Physical & inorganic Chemistry, Mathematics, Pre- calculus, Statistics & Advanced- subjects like Material Science, Nanotechnology, Manufacturing engineering, Differential equations, Integral calculus.
August 2015 - April 2016
- Senior year B.Tech Student
- Major Project: Computational analysis of weather-based performance on PV Module using Neural Networking. Supervisor: Dr. Santosh Dubey, Assistant Professor (SG), Dept. of Physics, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
May 2015 - July 2015
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Hyderabad
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- Project: Evaluation of Optical Properties of Metal Dichalcogenide Quantum Dots. Project Guide: Dr. T.N. Narayanan, Reader (F), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research-Hyderabad
Cancer stem cells (CSCs), a rare subpopulation responsible for tumorigenesis and therapeutic resistance, are difficult to characterize and isolate. Conventional method of growing CSCs takes up to 2–8 weeks inhibiting the rate of research. Therefore, rapid reprogramming (RR) of tumor cells into CSCs is crucial to accelerate the stem cell oncology re...
Cancer epigenomic-environment is a core center of a tumor's genetic and epigenetic configuration. Surveying epigenomic-environment of cancer stem-like cells (CSC) is vital for developing novel diagnostic methods and improving current therapies since CSCs are among the most challenging clinical hurdles. To date, there exists no technique which can s...
Photovoltaic (PV) conversion of solar energy appears to be the most promising way of meeting the increasing energy requirements of the future, at a time when conventional sources of energy are being exhausted. Although the solar energy is an inexhaustible source of energy, the energy output of the PV module (which converts solar energy to electrica...
Introduction The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of functionalized nanoparticle photodynamic therapy on Nano hardness of root dentin Methodology Fifty single rooted lower premolars were decoronated and sectioned into two halves. Then the samples were embedded horizontally in to the acrylic resin to expose the dentin surface. Baseline...
Bone cancer or osteosarcoma is an aggressive cancer affecting the long bones and is treated by a combination of surgery and chemotherapy. Local drug delivery directly to the site of bone cancer and the use of plant-based drugs has been explored towards improving the efficacy and decreasing the toxicity of the anti-cancer drugs. Curcumin, derived fr...
Due to its renewable and non-polluting nature, solar energy is often used in applications such as electricity generation, thermal heating, and chemical processing. Solar power plants with surface receivers have low overall energy conversion efficiencies due to large emissive losses at high temperatures. Nano fluids have recently found relevance in...
Metabolic rewiring and epigenetic remodeling, which are closely linked and reciprocally regulate each other, are among the well-known cancer hallmarks. Studies have reported use of Onco-metabolites to metabolically reprogram the epigenetic of cancer. I was wondering what might be major limitations of such techniques?
For example, DNA has functional groups such as methyl groups and nanoparticles can interact with them and alter them. I was wondering if we have any technique by which we can quantify them or maybe do a qualitative analysis. Any leads would be great, Thank :)
I am specifically aiming to study the nanomaterial-nucleus interaction and having a hard time finding good softwares which can help me in the same. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.
I would like to know what are the protocols, assays and theory to study a nanomaterial interaction with cancer stem cells (and not normal cancer cells).
I was once told that stable isotopes of lighter elements such as H, N C , etc are found in stars, planets, etc. Can anyone suggest any literature which talks about the formation of these isotopes?
Stable isotopes are defined as non-radioactive forms of atoms and they exist naturally in the nature. I would like scholars to suggest me some literature or any other aid where I can understand how isotopes are formed, in terms of energy levels and how can we create them artificially in the lab environment. Also, how are these stable isotopes more advantageous when compared to conventional element.
Since everyone on this website is primarily a researcher, I would like to take opinions as to what country is good for PhD: USA or Canada for further academic research career growth opportunities?
Field of research: Biomaterials Eng.
Do explain in term of BET based parameters such as BET Surface Area, Langmuir surface area, Adsorption-desorption volume of pores and pore diameter.
To develop a bone-mimicking apatite nanocarrier drug-delivery system derived from hen's eggshells for osteosarcoma treatment.