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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIO ENGINEERING

IIT KANPUR

DESIGNED BY- KANVINDE RAI & CHOWDHURY

PRESENTED BY- AANCHAL RAWAL


SEM 7

B.Arch.

Univ. Roll No. 101822036111


College Roll No. AR/10/601

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOENGINEERING - IIT KANPUR

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The Complex is located in the academic


core area in the campus of Indian Institute
of Technology, Kanpur. The immediate
context of the project was the faculty
buildings that surrounded it which are
predominantly ground plus one structures
finished with exposed bricks and
concrete. It is located on a rectangular
site with the longer side in the E-W
direction.
The BSBE Center is located within the
academic zone of Indian Institute of
Technology, Kanpur and is part of the
ongoing Second Phase Expansion of the
Campus.

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Aim was to provide a state of the art


Research Laboratory Complex in the field
of Bio-Sciences and Bio-Engineering.
Initiated in 2001 as a 5000 sqm. facility,
the project was funded by Shri Arun
Shourie, M.P. from his local area
development fund.

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VEHICULAR APPROACH
Since this complex is located on the campus, the building is
provided with general vehicular access at the reception lobby and
seminar hall with a motor able service access towards the service
lobby and a separate pedestrian access to the canteen service
area. The cycles and 2-wheelers are provided with covered
parking under the partly raised seminar hall and suitable car
parking is provided integrated with the surrounding buildings.

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The project brief consist of three distinct


functions comprising:
1. A Teaching wing consisting of Teaching
Labs, Classrooms, Seminar Hall and Library.
2. A Research wing consisting of 16 Labs
with their service facilities like
Instrumentation, Autoclaves, Cold rooms etc.
3. Other support facilities like
Administration, Faculty, Lounge, Cafeteria
etc.

SITE
The site available for the Center was
rectangular in shape with a limited width in
close proximity to the existing buildings.

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concept & DESIGN PHILOSOPHY


To provide a state of the art Research Laboratory Complex
for work in the field of Bio-Sciences and Bio-Engineering
and provide modern teaching facilities comprising teaching
labs, classrooms, library, seminar hall, etc. The aim was to
design a building which was not merely functional, but
also innovative in its response to some of the critical issues
like energy efficiency, environmental concerns etc.

The objective was to design a building which besides being functional and responsive
to energy efficiency and environmental concerns, also attempts to receive the rigid
structure of an intensely service oriented building.
In order to achieve this objective, a broad zoning of Teaching and Research areas is
provided with the other support functions located between the two in the form of a
low-rise structure.
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design parameters
To integrate the new complex within the existing neighbouring buildings of the
campus.
To segregate the Teaching Labs, meeting/seminar rooms from the research Labs.
To provide an aspect of free spatial configuration to the teaching area, while
honouring the rigidity of the research wing.
To provide for a conducive, interactive & open working environment.

To optimize the circulation and ancillary areas.


To provide flexibility in the Labs both in terms of services as well as layout.

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DESIGN FEATURES
Oriented predominantly northsouth.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


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DESIGN FEATURES
A three-storey skylit atrium
with staircases around a
central courtyard linked to the
reception/waiting relieves the
monotony of a corridor
oriented building.

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DESIGN FEATURES
The large mass of the building is broken by
means of courts, terraces and pergolas, thereby
imparting a human scale to the development.

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DESIGN FEATURES
Integrating existing site features such as trees and
low lying areas either by re-organizing the modules
or reducing the building footprint.

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DESIGN FEATURES
Providing for a conducive interactive open
working environment.
Creating visually a barrier free environment by
providing glazing along corridors in both Lab and
common areas.

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DESIGN FEATURES

Provide planning and service


flexibility to the laboratories in their
specific usage.

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TYPICAL PLANNING LAYOUT OF BSBE- IIT KANPUR

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Teaching areas arranged in a free spatial configuration


around an arrival court, accentuated by the form of the
Seminar Hall and the spiral staircase, evoking the DNA
double helix.
Providing flexibility in the labs both in terms of services as
well as layout.
Segregation of user and service access, with an independent
service entry from the rear, close to the lift and staircase.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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SECTION B-B
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SECTION C-C
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SECTION A-A

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ENERGY EFFICIENT FEATURES


Insulation of the exterior surface by
using cavity walls with insulation.
Insulation of the roof using an
integrated waterproofing and
insulation method. The top surface
finishing of roof done with china
mosaic, which would reflect a major
part of the heat.

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Efficient glazing for exposed


glazed surfaces, which minimize
unwanted solar gains in summer
and heat losses in winter while
maximizing natural daylight.
Efficient lighting design with
integrated day lighting.

Links connecting laboratories conceived as bridges floating


amidst greenery with
overhead skylights providing
shafts of light and a curved
roof allowing for hot air to
escape and thereby ensuring a
constant air movement
through non conditioned
passages.
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Precooling of fresh air supply to A.H.U.s


and corridor by passive techniques.

Efficient HVAC system with controls.


Building integrated photo-voltaic cells
(BIPV) covering the atrium roof, providing
for essential light loads.

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A typical lab is provided with a main work


area linked to the Principal investigators

room and a special facility room.

It is so designed that there are island


worktables on 3 meter spacing and
equipments are located along the periphery.

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TYPICAL LABORATORY MODULE

The seating for research scholars is located in association with the windows
in each lab and provided with necessary power and communication outlets.
The labs are also provided with partly glazed walls, which create an open
work environment. The instrumentation room is located at the center to
facilitate easy access from each lab to the common, shared, expensive
instruments.
Each lab module is provided with dry and wet services at a 3 meter spacing
by means of a vertical shaft emanating from the basement.
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SECTION BB

Within the lab, the services are segregated by running wet services like
water and waste in floor channels and dry services like power,
communication and gas at the ceiling with tap offs on the lab tables
wherever required through vertical columns.
This provides an efficient and flexible lab arrangement catering to diverse
fields of research.
A special set of computer labs located above one another link to the server
room located on the first floor.
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basement floor plan


The basement was restricted to the essential
area under the building so as to facilitate
termination of all service shafts in the
basement.
Laboratory facility by its very nature was
highly service oriented and all services
were so designed to emanate or terminate at
the basement.

The service shafts were provided access


only from the corridors.
All of this provided a fairly easy and
convenient access to services staff without
having to intrude into research areas

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basement floor plan

The basement walls are made of concrete finished with integrated tanking waterproofing
method from outside and plastered with waterproofing compound on the inside.
The floor is done on a raft and subsequently filled internally providing for sufficient drain
and slopes.
The basement also houses other services like Battery room, R.O. plant room, AHU room
etc.
The basement is provided access through two staircases located one at either end and a
service lift to facilitate equipment movement.
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ground floor plan


The main entrance to the campus is situated at the ground floor.
The main entry is to the reception which in addition to housing reception/enquiry etc.
also doubles as a visiting lobby.
Visitors are not allowed in the research areas and are to be met with at the lobby only.
The lobby therefore overlooks the 3-floor atrium, which in turn is overlooked onto by the
open corridors on one side and the open to sky entrance court on the other and abuts on
the third side onto the canteen.
The central court is provided with modest seating around a modest water body with some
cascades/ fountains and planters.

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ground floor plan


The sound of water along with plants has resulted in quite a pleasing ambience.
The reception lobby leads further to the ground floor of the research wing through
controlled access.
A group of three research labs on either side are strung linear along the central spine
which houses common facilities like Instrumentation Room, Cold Room, Autoclave
Room, Emergency Shower etc. To the rear of the research wing is the service lobby which
houses the service lift, service staircase, drinking water. Cooler is located strategically at
the roof level from where it is fed by gravity at the various outlets on every floor.
Ground floor also consists of one teaching
lab, one classroom and a partly covered
stilted area which is envisaged as a spill
over of the seminar hall, entrance lobby to
the seminar hall and a canteen.

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first floor plan

In the research wing, the set of research labs with the centralized facilities
of instrumentation room, prefabricated cold rooms, autoclave rooms etc.
are more or less identical to the ground floor.

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first floor plan


The academic wing of the complex comprises of teaching lab, one class
room, library in addition to the administrative. The academic and the
research wing are however not interconnected.
The seminar hall has an exit on the 1st floor in addition to the 2 entry points
from the ground floor partly for reasons of emergency.

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second floor plan


The research wing is similar to the lower floors but housing only 4 laboratories
with a terrace that could be multifunctional and which at some point could even
be converted into a greenhouse.
One part of the floor houses a meeting room that was specially designed as an
informal meeting place for all the faculty and research scholars overlooking a
partly covered terrace.

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about special features in construction


The walls for the building are insulated to make them thermally efficient. The
wall construction comprises of cavity wall, 115 mm thick brick wall on either
side with 50 mm expanded polystyrene insulation in between.
Insulation of buildings is a well-practiced aspect used for energy conservation.
In hot climate conditions it should be ensured that the thermal mass is weakly
coupled with external heat source (i.e., solar radiation) but strongly coupled
with the interior in order to be able to absorb internal gains easily. Hence the
most appropriate location of insulation, in context of the composite climate of
Kanpur, is on external face of a building. However from maintenance and
workmanship point of view, it was decided to sandwich the insulation layers
between two brick walls.
Roof: The horizontal roof is more vulnerable to solar ingress as compared to
vertical surfaces. The building having a large horizontal spread has large
exposed roof area. Overdeck insulation using 2 expanded polystyrene
insulation with integrated waterproofing has been provided to reduce heat
gains from roof. The top surface is of broken china mosaic to reflect heat.
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about special features in construction


Glazing: Windows and other glazed areas are most vulnerable to heat gain
and loss. Window location, sizing, specification and shading are very critical to
thermal performance of a building. Windows designed in a proper way can
keep sun and wind when desired, yet allow complete natural light. Window
design that allows for day lighting integration can considerably cut down
lighting energy consumption.
Double glazed windows with low-emissive coating have been used in the airconditioned spaces of the building. The glazing used, comprises of 2 nos.
6mm glass with 12 mm air gap in between. The outer glass has low e-coating
on its inner face.
The window cill, parapets etc. are finished with Kotah coping.

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illumination design
Illumination design parameters:
The illumination system design has been based on power watts per sq.
ft. - and hence energy optimization but still maintaining the illumination
levels. This implied use of energy efficient lamps and luminaires.
The design is based on energy efficient compact and tubular fluorescent
lamps (CFL & FTL). In addition, efficient light fixtures such as Philips Xtend are used.
The design of the system was computerized using lighting design software
and the number and location of luminaires was optimized to achieve
desired illumination level.
The design was based on reduced loss electronic ballasts to ensure that
operational costs are minimized.
It was appreciated that energy efficient systems and light fixtures would be
marginally higher in initial cost but this would be offset with decrease in
operational costs. A conscious decision was therefore taken to adopt these
light fixtures.

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illumination design
Illumination controls:
To conserve energy but maintain the desired illumination level
Time based automatic switching has been designed for corridor lighting
Daylight sensors have been designed to optimize usage of artificial
lighting in the labs.
These features would conserve energy utilization by the illumination design.

Non conventional energy


Solar power:
Building Integrated Photo Voltaic (BIPV) Panels are provided over the
central atrium to harness solar energy and convert the same to electrical
power for usage within the building.
An integrated system rated at 1 KVA power has been installed and energy
available is stored in the battery banks located in the basement.
The lighting installed in the common areas, such as staircase, corridor etc..
is powered with the energy received from BIPV.
This system ensures that usage of solar power as available is given priority
over the grid power thus reducing energy drawn from outside sources.
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fire provisions
FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM:
Fire Detection is not mandatory in the building as per the requirements of the
National Building Code since the building height is less than 15 meter.
However in case the same is required to be installed at a later date conduits
have been provided to accommodate a Fire detection system.

LIGHTNING PROTECTION
System:
The structure is protected against lightning in accordance with the
requirements of IS 2309. The risk factor requires provision of Lightning
protection and is in addition considered necessary for safety to life.
The lightning protection system constitutes a grid of horizontal air terminations
provided at the terrace of each high rise Tower and such of the Low rise
buildings as are not within the protective angles of the high rise terminations.
The horizontal air terminations are earthed through a series of down
conductors running along the sides of the buildings with earth electrodes. The
earth electrodes may be inter-linked in case required to limit earth resistance
within the standards stipulated.
The Lightning protection system is based on use of GI strip conductors.
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hvac (HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)


This report outlines the basis of design requirement and design consideration for
the Air-conditioning and Ventilation system.
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS:

The system has been designed on the basis of receiving required quantity of
chilled water from the control A.C. plant.
It is further designed to provide independent A.C. system for each lab.

This would allow each lab to maintain its own desired temperature and to
operate for late hours without wasting energy by running labs not in use.

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hvac (HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)


BASIS OF DESIGN:

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hvac (HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)


ESTIMATED REQUIREMENT:
Based on above the estimated requirement
1. Ground Floor 85 TR
2. First Floor
89 TR
3. Second Floor 45 TR
Total 219 TR
Subsequently, a detailed study was carried out by TERI to arrive at the most effective
solutions for making the BSBE building energy efficient and environment friendly.
This included the following:
Insulation of wall
Insulation of roof
Provision of suitable Heat reflecting glazing on window.
Use of earth tunnel to precool outside air. This is possible because the temperature of
earth below 4 meter is much better then ambient and is nearly constant throughout the
year at 28C.

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hvac (HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)

PROPOSED ACTION:
Based on the above studies, it was decided to adopt the following measures.
Cavity walls with insulation were designed.
Roof Insulation of 50 mm was provided on all exposed roof.
All windows were provided with double sealed glass of specific type.
It was decided to use earth tunnel to precool the outside air. This has the
double advantage of reducing the HVAC requirements, without adding Heat
or moisture in the atmosphere. Thus this is considered to be an
environment friendly measure.

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hvac (HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)


BENEFITS WITH INCORPORATING THE ABOVE PROPOSED:
The above measures have resulted in many benefits besides reducing demands of energy.
The requirement of air conditioning was reduced by 40% as compared to conventional
design.
This resulted in small A.C. equipment and ducts and reduced operating cost.
The provision of insulation and double glass has also helped in providing a cool
envelope around the building so that even without A.C. the labs will feel more
comfortable.
The building will also remain warmer in winter as the cold weather will be prevented
from entering inside the building.
The use of earth tunnel was found to be very useful as it cooled the hot summer air
down from 44C to 30C. It also warmed the outside air from 10C to 20C or more in
winter.
Thus throughout the year the air from the tunnel had a moderate temperature.
The corridors which are not air conditioned will thus be more habitable due to
circulation of the cooled air from the earth tunnel, both in summer and in winter.
Similarly the air from tunnel has helped to reduce the A.C. requirement by removing
the heat from outside air.

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hvac (HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)

SUMMARY:
The adoption of the above building methods and use of earth tunnel has resulted in
reducing the requirement of Air conditioning from approx. 220 TR to 120 TR.
This will reduce the operating cost proportionately.
The use of insulation and double-glazing resulted in the ambient environment within
the building, becoming more tolerable.

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SYSTEM DESIGN
Each laboratory has been provided with an independent air handling unit (AHU) so that it
can operate to its own timing and convenience.
It will also prevent mixing of air from one lab with the other lab, to prevent mixing of
chemical or biological matter.
A separate air handling unit will supply treated fresh air to a total of six labs on a floor.
The quantity of fresh air, can thus be varied to match the requirements, if additional fume
hood is provided in any lab.
Another AHU will air-condition the Instrument Lab, Autoclave rooms and the corridors,
along with the atrium.
There are separate AHUs for the auditorium, reception etc. on each floor.
The classrooms and the library are provided chilled water lines which could be hooked to
AHU at a later date as per the requirement.
The chilled water piping for labs runs in the basement and rises up the various vertical
shafts accessed from the corridors.

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All supply air is carried in insulated G.I. ducts. Return air for the instrumentation room
AHU is ducted.
The return air for labs is taken directly to the unit from the labs.
Provision made for general ventilation of the basement and exhaust of air from the
autoclaves out of the building at the terrace level.
Fresh air for the lab is supplied from the earth air tunnel.
The atrium, though not directly supplied with conditioned air is provided with air supply
from the earth air tunnel at the various corridors, which by virtue of corridors being open,
filters through to the atrium.
The building integrated Photo-Voltaic panels used over the atrium provide sufficient
shade to the space. Additionally there is provision of louvers and suitable exhaust fans
integrated with the skylight that helps dissipate heat to the outside environment at the
terrace level.

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TERI- Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment (GRIHA)
Maximun

Points

Points

Criteria Categorisation

Points

Attempted

Achieved

Sustainable Site Planning

20

20

20

Health & well being

16

16

16

Conservation and efficient utilization of resource - Water

13

13

12

Conservation and efficient utilization of resource - Energy

37

31

31

Waste management

Building Operation and Maintenace

Bonus

100

94

93

Points Achieved

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Attempt

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Total
Score

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Total
Score

Yes
Yes
Yes

Points Attempted

5
4
2
2
4
3
20
20/20

2
2
4
3
2
2
1
16
16/16

3
2
1

Points Achieved

5
4
2
2
4
3
20

2
2
4
3
2
2
1
16

3
2
1

Criteria Categorisation

Points

Sustainable Site Planning


20
Criteria 1 Preserve and protect landscape during construction
5
Criteria 2 Soil conservation (Post construction)
4
Criteria 3 Design to include existing site features
2
Criteria 4 Reduce hard paving on site
2
Criteria 5 Enhance outdoor lighting system efficiency
4
Criteria 6 Plan utilities efficiently and optimise on site circulation efficiency 3

Health & well being


Criteria 7 Minimum sanitation and safety facilities for construction workers
Criteria 8 Reduce air pollution during construction
Criteria 25Low VOC paints, adhesives and sealants.
Criteria 26Minimise ozone depleting substances
Criteria 27Ensure water quality
Criteria 28Acceptable outdoor and indoor noise levels
Criteria 29Tobacco and smoke control

16
2
2
4
3
2
2
1

Conservation and efficient utilization of resource - Water


Criteria 9 Reduce landscape water requirement
Criteria 10Reduce building water use
Criteria 11Efficient water use during construction

13
3
2
1

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Yes
Yes
Total
Score

Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Total
Score

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Total
Score

Yes
Yes

2
5
13
12/ 13

6
12
2
2
4
3
2
31
31/37

2
2
2
2
8
8/8

2
4
12

6
12
2
2
4
3
2
31

2
2
2
2
8

Criteria 19 Waste water treatment


Criteria 20 Water recycle and reuse

2
5

Conservation and efficient utilization of resource - Energy


Criteria 12 Optimise building design to reduce conventional energy demand
Criteria 13 Optimise energy performance of building
Criteria 14 Utilization of flyash in building structure
Criteria 15 Adopt energy efficient technology in construction
Criteria 16 Low energy material in interiors
Criteria 17 Renewable energy utilization
Criteria 18 Renewable energy based hot water system

37
6
12
6
4
4
3
2

Waste management
Criteria 21 Reduction in waste during construction
Criteria 22 Efficient waste segregation
Criteria 23 Storage and disposal of waste
Criteria 24 Resource recovery from waste

8
2
2
2
2

Building Operation and Maintenance


Criteria 30 Energy audit and validation
Criteria 31 O&M protocol for electrical and mechanical equipment

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Total
Score

4
4
4/4

4
4

94

93

Bonus
Criteria 32 Bonus points

Project Total

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4
4

100

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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOENGINEERING - IIT KANPUR

PRESENTED BY- AANCHAL RAWAL

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOENGINEERING - IIT KANPUR

PRESENTED BY- AANCHAL RAWAL

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOENGINEERING - IIT KANPUR

PRESENTED BY- AANCHAL RAWAL

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOENGINEERING - IIT KANPUR

PRESENTED BY- AANCHAL RAWAL