by Rudra Prasad Saha & Saptarshi Chatterjee
on March 25, 2020
“Refuting Misconceptions & Rumors in Scientific light” Origin: There were a few pneumonia cases in China (December 2019) among a group of people associated with the sea-food and animal market in Wuhan District. The disease
With the ongoing pandemic of COVID-19, caused by SARS-COV-2, a novel Coronavirus, it is easy to appreciate the relevance and scope of Microbiology more than ever. The origin of the virus is possibly linked to
Student contributors: Subhrajyoti Misra & Dhrubajyoti  Chatterjee [Department. Of Microbiology(UG IV)] Introduction: With the significant increase in the number of positive cases of COVID-19 everywhere, overriding one hospital after another and pushing the global death toll past
Food Safety & Quality Control: Microbiological Aspects & Scopes
by Saptarshi Chatterjee & Neloy Kumar Chakroborty
on May 19, 2020
Food: Any substance that can be consumed to obtain energy and contains nutritional as well as aesthetic value is termed as food. Food is considered as the principal requirement for all forms of a living
Psychobiome and the microbe-mind interface
by Arijit Bhattacharya
on May 28, 2020
(Student Contributor: Prapam Nandi, UGIV-Biochemistry, Adamas University). Despite various assumptions indicating deviations on the number of microbial cells in a healthy human body, it seems a fact that the number of bacteria easily outnumber the