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Alok Adholeya
Ph D , Director, TERI- Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre   TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre

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  • TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre:Nanotechnology-based Agrochemicals as“Nanonutrifights” and Its Application Practices   2019-06-28

    Nanotechnology has the potential to deliver novel products to improve the performance of vistas, especially in the agriculture and allied sectors. According to TERI’s press release entitled, “Are Natural Alternatives to Pesticides and Fertilisers by Nanotechnology Safe? (2018), various industries, from biotechnology, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and health, as well as the food sectors, seem to be on firmer footing to use the cutting edge technology using nanoscience. Considering its wide range of uses, the global nanotechnology market is likely to develop at a CAGR of around 17% during the forecasted period of 2019-2024. This will provide a great opportunity for research institutes to develop and collaborate with industry and stakeholders to seek inroads in the fast growing market, which would garner enormous revenues on the back of commercialization of the technology. However, nanotechnology is a multidisplinary branch of science and needs groups of experts from several disciplines to deliver complete solutions to varied problems to allow it’s safe, efficient and cost-effective commercialization.

    Nanotechnology has the potential to deliver novel products to improve the performance of vistas, especially in the agriculture and allied sectors. According to TERI’s press release entitled, “Are Natural Alternatives to Pesticides and Fertilisers by Nanotechnology Safe? (2018), various industries, from biotechnology, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and health, as well as the food sectors, seem to be on firmer footing to use the cutting edge technology using nanoscience. Considering its wide range of uses, the global nanotechnology market is likely to develop at a CAGR of around 17% during the forecasted period of 2019-2024. This will provide a great opportunity for research institutes to develop and collaborate with industry and stakeholders to seek inroads in the fast growing market, which would garner enormous revenues on the back of commercialization of the technology. However, nanotechnology is a multidisplinary branch of science and needs groups of experts from several disciplines to deliver complete solutions to varied problems to allow it’s safe, efficient and cost-effective commercialization.

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