IIT Indore has been a constant promoter of new and innovative ideas
Through its high academic standards and commitment towards progress, IIT Indore has been a constant promoter of new and innovative ideas. As per the latest developments, the institute has received two patents from Indian Patent Office for its path-breaking creations. Reportedly, Prof. Avinash Sonawane from the Department of Bioscience and Biomedical Engineering and Dr. Anirban Dasgupta from the Computer Science Department have been successful in getting the patents.
New drug expected to support the cure of Blood Cancer
As per reports, Prof. Sonawane has formulated a new drug for the treatment of blood cancer patients. Through the protein engineering method, he has devised a medicine that can aid the individuals affected by Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia, a kind of blood cancer. As per reports, his inventive project has also triumphed in receiving funds from the Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council, DBT, Government of India. Reportedly, he will collaborate with a department of Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai for the clinical trials.
Given the fact that a large count of individuals is diagnosed with this life-threatening disease, a good quality drug is essential for them. Currently, the treatment leads to serious health externalities like neurotoxicity, immunogenicity, hypersensitivity and other things. Therefore, researchers worldwide have been looking for a safer drug that doesn't prove to be detrimental in case of disease relapse. Now, this latest development at IIT Indore is expected to be conducive in many respects.
Latest research to aid in the production of better digital chips
On the other hand, Dr. Dasgupta's research has been focused in the field of technology. He has received the patent for his invention on "Design Space Exploration System and Method thereof using a Bacterial Foraging Optimization Mechanism", reportedly. This recent finding shall be helpful in creating better digital chips of camera systems and mobile devices.