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People from all walks of life poured into the sprawling bio-diversity rich premises of Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanical Garden of India (JNTBGRI) on 21-3-2017 to participate in the unique tree-hugging event ‘Ente Maram, Ente Jeevan’ (My tree, My life) and to set a new world record. They erupted in joy as the representative of the Guinness Book of World Record declared it a world record event of maximum people (4620) hugging trees simultaneously.
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Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute (JNTBGRI), Palode, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, celebrated the World Bamboo Day on 18th September 2016 with fervor and enthusiasm.
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JNTBGRI participted in Onam pageantry procession held at Trivandrum on 18-09-2016. JNTBGRI came up with a float on environment theme and won second prize for it under Central Govt Section. The pageantry was inaugurated by Governor Justice P Sathasivam. JNTBGRI's float conveyed the message of conservation of plants for the future of Earth.
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In connection with the World Bamboo Day, following programmes are arranged at JNTBGRI on 19th September 2016.Awareness classes:10.00 to 10.30 am - ‘Bamboo Research and Bambusetum of JNTBGRI – History and Prospects’ Dr K. C. Koshy, Former Scientist, JNTBGRI10.30 to 10.50 am - ‘Bamboo – The Amazing Grass’ Dr B.Gopakumar, Technical Officer, JNTBGRI
JNTBGRI honors contributions of Dr K. C. Koshy, Dr P. S. Santhoshlal, Mr. D. Harikumar, Dr G. Jee and Mr. K. P. Dintu in Bamboo Research.
Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Division had organized a National Workshop on Ex-situ Conservation and Utilization of Medicinal Plants through Biotechnological interventions (8th to 21st 2017) with the financial support by SERB, DST Govt. of India and KSCSTE Govt. of Kerala in the Institute during 8 to 21 January 2017. Scientists, Teachers, Research Associate and Research Scholars (fifteen) from various Universities, Colleges and R&D organization within and outside Kerala State were the participants. The expert Scientists from CIMAP,IIHR, NIIST, RGCB, TNAU, Central University, Kerala and JNTBGRI were imparted knowledge to the participants through lecture classes and demonstrations on modern biotechnological tools on medicinal plants such as production of clonal plants, bioactive compounds through cell/root and genetically transformed root (hairy root) culture system and its scale up using bioreactor, cryopreservation, bio-prospecting using molecular and bioinformatics tools and technique. This Proceeding cum Manual of the Workshop was compiled with papers of the talk on various subjects pertaining to the ex situ conservation of medicinal plants including a three decade story on this line at JNTBGRI followed by the experimental protocols. Besides, the workshop coeverd a study tour to Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary which harbours tropical moist-deciduous, semi-evergreen and evergreen forests in Southern Western Ghats.
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This is the second issue of the Journal of Traditional and Folk Practices (JTFP) jointly published by Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute (JNTBGRI) and Patent Information Centre (PIC) functioning under the Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment (KSCSTE).
Curtain Raiser Programmes of Kerala Science Congress
As a prelude to the 29th Kerala Science Congress to be held at Mar Thoma College, Thiruvalla, Pathanamthitta District on 28th-30th January 2017, KSCSTE had decided to organize ‘Curtain Raiser Programmes’ at various academic institutions across Kerala and JNTBGRI has been entrusted to co-ordinate the programme at the following 4 colleges selected from the southern region of the State. 1.University of Kerala, Karyavattom, Thiruvananthapuram2.Sree Narayana College, Kollam3.Sanatana Dharma College, Alappuzha4.Govt. College for Women, ThiruvananthapuramThe programme consisted of short presentations on KSCSTE and KSC by concerned KSCSTE/R&D institution scientist and presentation on general topic by invited speaker.
Listen to the programme 'Sanchariyodoppam' broadcasted by Akashavani Ananthapuri FM on 16.07.2016 featuring JNTBGRI.
National Workshop on Next-Generation RNA Sequence Data AnalysisJawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute is organizing a National Workshop on Next-Generation RNA Sequence Data Analysis to be held from 6-10 March 2017.The purpose of this workshop is to get a deeper understanding of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) with a special focus on miRNA and mRNA data analysis using open bioinformatics tools. The participants will be trained using real data sets generated from plants, finding potential problems/errors during the analysis process and finally perform downstream analysis such as differential gene expression.For more details and registration, visit http://www.jntbgri.res.in/events/ngs2017Last date for Registration - 30 January 2017
JNTBGRI celebrated World Environment Day 2016. As part of this, Bamboo saplings were distributed to Kerala Forest Development Corporation - Arippa Unit and to Department of Botany, Iqbal College Peringammala. Specially grown 100 Bamboo saplings were distributed to KFDC which will be utilized to develop a Bamboo Trail plot there. 100 Bamboo saplings which were distributed to Iqbal College will be utilized for Chittar Riverbank Conservation.
JNTBGRI is conducting a National Workshop on 'Ex-situ Conservation and Utilization of Medicinal Plants Through Biotechnological Interventions' from 8 to 21 January 2017.The workshop is sponsored by Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB), Government of India and Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment, Govt of Kerala.
The two week workshop will introduce the 15 participants to the topics on micropropagation, cryopreservation, cell cultures, genetic transformation with special emphasis on Agrobacterium rhizogenes, mediated hairy root culture for production of bioactive molecules, scale-up of hairy root culture using bioreactor, metabolic engineering, modern techniques on phytochemical profiling, and bio-prospecting of medicinal plants through molecular bioinformatics tools and techniques. Besides, the workshop will cover a study tour to Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary which harbours tropical moist-deciduous, semi-evergreen and evergreen forests in Southern Western Ghats.
Dr. A. K. MathurEx Chief Scientist and Consultant, CIMAP, Lucknow, UP
Dr. P E. RajasekharanPrincipal Scientist, IIHR, Bangalore, Karnataka
Dr. J. RamalingamProfessor, TNAU, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Dr. K. V. RadhakrishnanPrincipal Scientist, NIIST, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Dr. E. V. SoniaScientist E II, RGCB, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
P Padmesh PillaiAssociate Professor, Department of Genomic Science Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod, Kerala
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As you are aware, KSCSTE Thiruvananthapuram, in collaboration with KFRI Thrissur, is organising the 29th Kerala Science Congress, at Mar Thoma College, Thiruvalla, Pathanamthitta District on 28-30 January 2017. As a prelude to the mega event JNTBGRI, with support of KSCSTE, is organizing Curtain Raiser Programmes at the following centres.
The programme consists of short presentations on KSCSTE and the Scientific Institutes in the State, Kerala Science Congress, followed by presentation on a relevant general topic proposed by KSCSTE. Nearly 150 PG students and research scholars are expected to participate in each programme. You are cordially invited to participate in the programme.
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