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Hyderabad’s CCMB Opens Up for ‘One Week, One Lab’ Event

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Science Unveiled: Step into the Fascinating World of CCMB’s ‘One Week, One Lab’

From August 1 to 5, the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) in Hyderabad will be a part of a big nationwide event called “One Week, One Lab”. This event is all about showing the public the exciting things that happen in labs, such as CCMB. 

The goal of the “One Week, One Lab” event is to give everyone a peek into what happens in a lab like CCMB. They’ll be showing off the kind of research they do and the technology they create. They also hope that by showing the public what they do, they might attract businesses that are interested in turning their research into real-world products. Plus, they want to inspire young people who might want to start their own companies one day. 

The event starts on August 1, and they have a lot planned for the week. On the second day, August 2, there’s going to be a workshop for high school teachers. They’ll learn about special kits that CCMB has created that can make teaching science easier and more fun. 

Then, on August 3, CCMB will be giving out new types of rice they’ve developed to farmers in Telangana. This is a great example of how the research they do can help people in real ways. On August 4, college students will get the chance to meet and talk with senior scientists from the lab. This is a great chance for students to learn directly from people who have a lot of experience in the field. 

Finally, on the last day, there’s going to be a big meeting about invasive species. These are plants or animals that cause problems when they move to new places. CCMB has invited government officials and people who work in forests to talk about this issue. 

The event will cover a lot of different topics. They’ll be talking about everything from how cells work, to how to protect wildlife. 

But the “One Week, One Lab” event is about more than just showing off what CCMB does. It’s also about showing how important it is to work with others, both in the government and in the private sector. It’s about teaching people about science and showing them how research can be turned into real-world products that make life better. And most importantly, it’s about inspiring the next generation of scientists and inventors. By opening its doors to the public, CCMB hopes to show that science and technology are really important and exciting. They hope to inspire more people to get interested in these fields and maybe even pursue a career in them. So if you’re in Hyderabad between August 1 and 5, be sure to check out the CCMB “One Week, One Lab” event!

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