Tarun Sai Lomte

Tarun Sai Lomte

MSc Biotechnology

Tarun is a writer based in Hyderabad, India. He has a Master’s degree in Biotechnology from the University of Hyderabad and is enthusiastic about scientific research. He enjoys reading research papers and literature reviews and is passionate about writing. During his Master’s, he developed an interest in Developmental Biology, Genetic Engineering, Immunology, and Bioinformatics and is keen on understanding the present-day developments in these domains. He has worked on molecular modeling, docking, and simulations for his Master’s thesis and cherishes the time spent in his academic life, especially the in-lab experience with his peers and instructors.

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As a Bachelor’s student, he went on several field visits to different scientific laboratories researching fundamental and applied sciences which inspired him to pursue higher studies. He was also very involved in several academic activities such as science quizzes, presentations, and discussions. Besides life sciences, he is intrigued about the cosmos and follows the latest developments made in Astronomy by different space agencies. In his free time, Tarun enjoys traveling and watching cricket with a particular interest in the test format of the game. He likes watching movies and web series based on Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Drama genres.

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Articles from Tarun

Gut bacteria and urinary infections linked, offering new angles for treatment

Gut bacteria and urinary infections linked, offering new angles for treatment

Majority of AI clinical trials report positive outcomes, yet concerns over generalizability persist

Majority of AI clinical trials report positive outcomes, yet concerns over generalizability persist

Fruit and menthol e-cigarette flavors drive use among teens, Indonesian study finds

Fruit and menthol e-cigarette flavors drive use among teens, Indonesian study finds

Study suggests lingering coronavirus in tissues may contribute to long COVID symptoms

Study suggests lingering coronavirus in tissues may contribute to long COVID symptoms

Global warming intensifies stroke risk: Study links temperature swings to rising stroke burden worldwide

Global warming intensifies stroke risk: Study links temperature swings to rising stroke burden worldwide

Young mouse plasma found to reverse aging in older mice

Young mouse plasma found to reverse aging in older mice

Study reveals higher risk of low birth weight in babies born to active-duty servicewomen

Study reveals higher risk of low birth weight in babies born to active-duty servicewomen

Phase 2 trial reveals Lixisenatide may reduce motor disability in Parkinson’s patients

Phase 2 trial reveals Lixisenatide may reduce motor disability in Parkinson’s patients

Exploring the versatile roles of tissue macrophages beyond immune defense

Exploring the versatile roles of tissue macrophages beyond immune defense

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