Trident School of Biotech Sciences (TSBS) under the aegis of Trident Academy of Creative Technology (TACT) is one of the oldest centers of undergraduate and postgraduate Biotechnology education in Odisha, affiliated to Utkal University. However, it is still young, vibrant, and full of enthusiasm and discipline. We are proud to state that TSBS over the years have produced many successful Biotechnologists, who are excelling in various domains of research/teaching and entrepreneurship in India and abroad.Read More »
Hurry for admission 2016
All 128 seats in BSc Biotech were filled in 2015-16 session quite early
Dr. Arup Sarkar received Bill & Melinda Gates Travel Award for the Poster Presentation at ICMI 2015 in Berlin
Trident School of Biotechnology (TSBS) is a pioneering biotech college in eastern India, which was formed under the aegis of Trident Academy of Creative Technology (TACT) approved by the Govt. of Odisha and affiliated to Utkal University. TSBS is an accomplished centre of biotechnology offering undergraduate and post-graduate degree courses in the discipline for the last thirteen years in the state of Odisha, enriched with students from all over the state as well as from West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Assam/North-East. About ten batches of biotechnology course students have passed out from this Institution and its alumni are now engaged in various research centers of excellence/institutions/companies all around the world.Read More »
- Mr. Hara Prasad Pradhan, Mr. Tanmay Kumar Swain and Parthasarathi Nial from B.Sc (Hons) Biotechnology students, secured first prize in poster presentation at the conference on Biofuel: The renewable energy source held at MITS School of Biotechnology, Bhubaneswar on 14th Feb 2015
- Ms Hena Khurshid, Ms Sunita Sharma and Kumari Preeti Prasad, M.Sc Biotechnology students, participated at the conference on Biofuel: The renewable energy source held at MITS School of Biotechnology, Bhubaneswar on 14th Feb 2015.
New detection and diagnostic tools from Northwestern Engineering professor Vadim Backman harness light to examine cells from accessible parts of the body in order to catch the earliest signs of cancer.
When cancer is detected early, the chances of survival increase by up to 90%. New detection and diagnostic tools from Northwestern Engineering professor Vadim Backman harness light to examine cells...Read More »