BioLim Centre for Science & Technology (BCST) is a social enterprise involved in providing services to industries and Academia. We are located in Ayanavaram, Chennai, Tamil nadu and our expertise lies in the important and fast growing sectors of Science & Technology including Nanotechnology, Microbial fermentation technology, Food technology, Informatics, Plant and Environmental sciences.
BioLim being a skill development partner is identifying gaps between the theoretical and practical knowledge of the manpower. The gap further increases the implementation of the skills acquired. In order to bridge the same, BioLim is focusing on online courses to potentially improve the theoretical knowledge of the learners in a highly simplified way. Click to know more about our online courses
Weekend training in nanotechnology instrumentation and biotechnology techniques
We are happy to introduce our first nanotechnology and biotechnology instrument handling weekend training programme. BioLim being a pioneer in developing essential research skills in graduate and post graduate learners since 2009 is now into developing sharp instrument handling skills which is of highly needed for career development in R&D and industrial level. Check our upcoming Hands on training programme on electrospinning for nanofibre production.
Projects are one of the parameters in undergraduate and post graduate curriculum of Indian academia. Most of the students are approaching it in a form of a task or training or a course etc. But projects are the preliminary opportunity given for the under and post graduate students to expose themselves into the research. BioLim uses this word "Project" more precisely. We give respect to the word in the same way we give respect to the research and development.
A invention which is dealing with highly effective drug delivery system for treatment of patients suffering from breast
cancer, gastric cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, prostate cancer, or head and neck cancer is available for technology transfer...READ MORE
An article in The Hindu in 2009 asserts that the pharmaceutical industry is the only industry that remained untouched during the past economic recession. The report is reasonable considering the ever-growing demand of drugs for treating illness.
As per the current curricular syllabus and set up, an academician who is getting graduated after 3-4 years of academic fulfillment in the life science sector gets the exposure towards real circumstances in research very less or even nil.
The s...READ MORE