We aim to prepare you for work as a professional in biotechnological industry, or to carry out further research in an academic environment.

Why study Biotechnology?
Our programs offers a thorough grounding in one of biology’s fastest growing disciplines, supported by world-class research facilities.

An impressive range of courses

With such a wealth of expertise, we are able to cover the subject’s full scope - from molecular structure to synthetic and translational biology. Our interdisciplinary Research part of a portfolio of graduate and postgraduate programs offering you an unparalleled choice of courses and opportunities across all these areas.

An emerging discipline

With the world population booming, and the subsequent demand for food and fuel, intelligent agriculture and a cleaner, greener environment are just some of the key global challenges facing us today.
Our research training will provide you with the opportunity to enhance your research skills in using biological principles and systems to create new products, services and industries. We will also investigate the economic basis for current biotechnology structures and areas of future demand.

Wide range of career prospects

Biotechnology encompasses the pharmaceutical industry, including innovations in drug and vaccine design and regenerative medicine, as well as the biofuels industry and work in carbon sequestration and next-generation fuel production.
Our program will equip you with skills and knowledge that are very attractive to prospective employers.


Our program aims to develop:

• Knowledge and understanding of relevant methodology
• Research abilities in both laboratory and library
• Critical awareness of unresolved issues and unanswered questions in Biotechnology
• A range of transferable skills in addition to your specialized knowledge
• An intellectual ability to engage in debates on current topics in a broad context.

We aim to teach experimental methods used to investigate emerging areas of biology, including:

• How to perform and document experiments in a laboratory.
• How to draw quantitative conclusions from experimental data.
• How to present results and theoretical knowledge.

Learning outcomes

When graduating from the program, you should have gained:

• A strong background in the science underlying emerging fields of biotechnology.
• The skills to analyses a problem in scientific and practical terms to confidently approach the “technology transfer problem” between research and practical application.
• An understanding of how technology can be applied to help relieve or solve real-world biological problems.
• The ability to conduct practical biotechnological experimentation.
• The ability to think about the future development of biotechnology.

Learning and Collaborating
Teaching hours
Period 7 hours
Skill level All levels
Time period 1-6 Months
Course materials
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  • How you will be taught?
    Our program features a varied range of teaching methods including lectures, seminars and laboratory work. Taught element Traditional lectures and tutorials will provide an introduction to relevant methodologies and the latest advances within the diverse disciplines applicable to Biotechnology. Discussion groups, including task-based group work, will help you to develop skills in the principles of experimental design, critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Practical experience
    You will also learn how to work in a biotechnology laboratory setting and experience first-hand how experimental technology is designed and operated. Practical laboratory experience is an important aspect of the program, and is designed to provide an opportunity for economically interesting scientific principles to be investigated in a real-world biotechnological setting. You must also complete a dissertation on your work in a research laboratory or on an industrial placement. This hands-on experience is an ideal preparation for a future career within the biotechnology industry.
India’s engagement with biotechnology, life sciences and medicine is dynamic and constantly evolving. The Bio Re Inventors (BRI) sees itself a key player in this development process. Our research is focused on understanding disease biology and processing this knowledge for better management and therapeutics.
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Module 1: Analytical techniques in genomics and proteomics
Module 2: rDNA Techniques for cloning biotherapeutic gene
Module 3: Expression of recombinant protein and profile checking on SDS-PAGE
Module 4: Purification of recombinant protein by Affinity chromatography
Module 5: Basic techniques in Microbiology
Module 6: Microbial application in Environment and Food
Module 7: Techniques in Clinical Microbiology
Module 8: Fundamental Techniques in Biochemistry
Module 9: Techniques in Clinical Biochemistry

Relevant Bioinformatics
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Module 1: Tools in Genetic Engineering and Microbiology
Module 2: Cloning and Expression of Gene and Bioinformatics
Module 3: Immunotechnology
Module 4: Protein Purification Techniques
Module 5: Polymerase Chain Reaction and Hybridization Techniques
Module 6: Enzymology

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Plant biotechnologies training program that assist in meeting the challenge include genomics, molecular-assisted selection, and transgenic crops (genetic engineering).Application of plant biotechnology in tissue culture for regeneration of high quality economically important plant species, demonstration of large-scale plantation and validation of proven technology; germplasma characterization, improvement of crops through molecular biology tools, basic research, genomics initiative; host pathogen interaction, resolving of taxonomic problems by molecular interventions etc.
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This course covers a detailed analysis of the biochemical mechanisms that control the maintenance, expression, and evolution of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes. The topics covered in lectures and readings of relevant literature include gene regulation, DNA replication, genetic recombination, and mRNA translation.
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