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    The Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad (IIT-H) cluster received a Rs 60 crore grant from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) for the Sophisticated Analytical and Technical Help Institutes (SATHI) scheme. This grant was awarded on Friday.

    Only three clusters were chosen for the SATHI scheme. The proposed IIT-H center, known as the Centre for In-Situ and Correlative Microscopy (SATHI-CISCoM), will focus on cutting-edge characterization. It will be the first center of its kind to allow real-time characterization across multiple length scales for both fundamental and industrial research and development. The initiative aims to bring together scientists from various fields such as physical sciences, chemistry, biology, and pharmaceutical studies to address common scientific goals that require advanced microscopy techniques.

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    Professor BS Murty, along with a team of researchers from IITH led by Dr. Sai Rama Krishna Malladi as the principal investigator, will oversee the SATHI-CISCoM facility. This facility will have support from 15 academic, research, and industrial organizations.

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