Bioorganic and Computational Lab

Bioorganic and Computational Lab


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The Bioorganic and Computational Lab was established in the Department of Chemistry at Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University with a financial grant of approximately 38 lakh rupees from the Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) of the Department of Science & Technology (DST), New Delhi, spanning from 2014 to 2018. The facility is designed to establish cutting-edge experimental resources for research in the key areas of bioorganic and computational chemistry. The lab also offers facilities for sample synthesis and molecular mechanism investigations, enabling the preparation of novel compounds using analytical-grade chemicals.


To explore the chemical interactions and mechanisms underlying biological systems, develop new compounds with potential therapeutic applications, and predict the behavior of molecules through computational modeling and simulations.

By integrating these approaches, researchers aim to advance the development of new drugs, improve the understanding of disease mechanisms, and design innovative solutions to biological challenges.

To pursue multidisciplinary research in collaboration with other departments.

To engage in collaborations with various institutes to exchange knowledge and resources.

To communicate scientific research articles in internationally renowned journals, enhancing the reputation of both the university and the country.


Providing hands-on training on computational techniques (Gaussian, AutoDock, and GROMACS).

Providing practical, hands-on training in synthesizing various organic molecules with innovative compositions.

Offering education and guidance on the regulations and protocols essential for synthesis procedures and the utilization of computational resources.

Equipment Available



Protein shaker

Digital Weighing Machine

HP Desktop Servers