• GLP-1 and endosomes

  • PIMT in the liver

  • Bacteria stained with nanoparticles

  • Enantioselective Montelukast Synthesis

  • Ultrasound-assisted synthesis of antiproliferative agents

  • Process-amenable synthesis of an anticoagulant


DRILS is named after Late Dr. Kallam Anji Reddy, the Founder Chairman of the Institute. His vision and impetus led to the creation of the Institute, conceived as a means to forge a strong research bond between academia and industry. Its research center became operational in 2007. Since then, several research programs have been under way at the Institute, with scientists from industry and academic backgrounds being given the opportunity to explore their research ideas.