Training programme on ‘Sterility Testing using Sterile Room HVAC and Microbiological assay of Antibiotics’

A hands on training was arranged in our Microbiology Division in New Delhi from 15th -25th September 2015 specially for two trainees (Mr. Francis Thomson Mwampamba and Ms Mwanamvua Ridhiwani Ngena) from Tanzania Food & Drugs Authority, Tanzania. After familiarization with our standard operating and test procedures on the subject practical hands-on training was provided […]

How Microbiology contributes to the Pharmaceutical Industry?

The most important contribution of microbiology to the pharmaceutical industry is the development of antibiotics. All antibiotics were originally the products of microbial metabolism, however the recent genetic manipulations have enabled the production of more enhanced drugs. Vaccines are also a very important contribution of microbiology towards development of drugs. The production of vaccines against […]