How To Be An Explorer Of The World

“How To Be An Explorer Of The World
1. Always Be LOOKING (notice the ground beneath your feet.)
2. Consider Everything Alive & Animate
3. EVERYTHING Is Interesting. Look Closer.
4. Alter Your Course Often.
5. Observe For Long Durations (and short ones).
6. Notice The Stories Going On Around You.
7. Notice PATTERNS. Make CONNECTIONS.
8. DOCUMENT Your Findings (field notes) In A VAriety Of Ways.
9. Incorporate Indeterminacy.
10. Observe Movement.
11. Create a Personal DIALOGUE With Your Environment. Talk to it.
12. Trace Things Back to Their ORIGINS.
13. Use ALL of the Senses In Your Investigations.”

Identification of Nobel Drug Targets in Oncoprotein Motifs in Pancreatic Cancer through Structural Protein Comparison between Normal Vs Cancer Patients.

Identification and Characterization of Genes related to Diabetes Mellitus through DNA Sequence retrieval from Various Databases using Global Sequence Alignment Tools.

Phylogenetic evolution in disease causing protein motifs among viruses and bacteria.

Agrobacterium Mediated Transformation of CSR-27 and NDR-359 Rice Varieties with cry1Ab Gene Driven by Seed Specific Promoter.

Molecular characterization of Thermophilic Bacteria using 16S rRNA Gene Sequencing.

Plasmid Isolation & Molecular Characterization of various Rizobhium sps. isolated from Legumes nodules.

Production of Major Bio-fertilizers.

Quantitative estimation of Anti-bacterial activities of plant derived secondary metabolites and their possible roles in household remedies.

Production of microbial pigment as food coloring agent (xanthomonadin) from domestic waste using wild type xanthomonas isolates.

Development of Common Household Technologies to Determine the Nutritive Value of Common Indian Species.

Micropropogation of Musa acuminata

Determination of Suitable Hormone concentration and Callus Induction from Anthers of Hibiscus cannabinus L. for Haploid plant production.