Issue 1 (March 2021)

This issue has been published online on International Women’s Day (8 March 2021) and dedicated to the women scientists worldwide (now & then). The blue planet is thankful to all of them for their remarkable contribution that uplifted today’s science in a sustainable way. Inspired by their success and stamina, we hope to see many more women personalities in the scientific community in future and lead from the front.

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Editorial

SYNNBIOB | March 2021 | Issue 1

The journey of SynnBiob Science Magazine started at a time when the world was trying to fight back against the deadly Coronavirus, a disaster that could have been destroyed the planet. One year back, in March 2020, science wasn’t ready to face the disaster. Lockdown stopped every motion, dropped the economy, mankind became helpless. Only nature had the hidden remedy and science was the path to uncover that.

Highlights

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Caution! 3 new greenhouse gasses (HCFCs) become threats to the ozone layer as well as the global atmosphere. these gases have no purposeful end-use!! Is our green planet at a bigger risk?

Discovery

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The best chemistry discoveries of the month (Jan-Feb, 2021) include the field of catalyst, supramolecular chemistry, methodology, drug delivery, MRI signaling, super-atom, and most surprisingly “Artificial Intelligence”.

Discovery | Information

By Dr. Suvankar Das

Two US scientists, Prof. Abigail G. Doyle and Prof. Ryan P. Adams collaborated to develop an immerging software to help synthetic chemists. They developed a “state-of-the-art global optimization algorithm” adopting the key principles of Bayesian Optimization (BO) that allows faster and more efficient synthesis of versatile chemicals in the laboratory.
Cover Story | Discovery

By Dr. Samiran Mondal

Prof. James P. Allison of the US and Prof. Tasuku Honjo of Japan had been awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for their outstanding contributions to the field of cancer immunotherapy. The process of cancer immunotherapy has been elaborated by Dr. Samiran Mondal (he worked at Prof. Honjo’s laboratory as a PD fellow) in the simplest way.
Wildlife | Life Sciences | Information

By Subhra Das

To date, there are only one species that has been called ‘biologically immortal’, the small jellyfish, scientifically known as Turritopsis dohrnii. How it achieved the immortality! Let’s explore the complete life cycle and behavior of immortal jellyfish in brief.
Life Sciences | Knowledge

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Biology represents life and life represents the planet. The biological planet is so vast and widespread that many things remain unknown to us throughout the whole life. So, let’s explore some amazing biology facts that will make your jaw drop!
Chemistry | Knowledge

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Chemistry is everywhere, in fact, chemistry is in every matter. It’s definite that today’s industrialized age introduces chemical presence in almost every step, but don’t forget, chemistry is the base on which the whole life cycle built-up. It’s really a vast and limitless topic; so there is no wonder if some of amazing chemistry facts are unknown to you. Let’s explore!
Peptide | Drug Discovery | Information
The Rise of Peptide Therapeutics [Peptide Drug Discovery - Part 1]

By Dr. Suvankar Das

In the recent decade, the peptide has gained enormous attention in drug discovery programs due to its exceptional success in medical science during the last few years. However, the rise of peptide therapeutics wasn’t so smooth up to the 1990s. In this part we shall have a brief discussion on the development of peptide therapeutics from the beginning.
Wildlife | Life Sciences | Animal Behavior​

By Subhra Das

Tarantula Hawk, sounds like a predatory bird preying on venomous tarantulas. But, do you know what is Tarantula Hawk actually?
A compact knowledge about Tarantula Hawk has been introduced here in this article.
Wildlife | Life Sciences | Animal Behavior

By Subhra Das

Spider tailed horned viper, the name is good enough to make a fearful atmosphere! We’ll to have a brief knowledge about a Persian viper snake species: Pseudocerastes urarachnoides, which is very popular to the wildlife researchers due to its highly modified tail and very interesting caudal luring behavior.

Knowledge | Educational | Science fun

By Subhra Das and Dr. Suvankar Das

Here is a crossword puzzle below, we call it “Chembio Test” game. Its a easy game if you got the basic knowledge of chemistry and biology. Most of the terms/ symbols/ abbreviations/ prefix used here, we generally cover those within 10+2 standard (science).

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