News

2019

A book entitled “Nanoscale Engineering in Agricultural Management“, Edited by Dr. Ramesh Raliya has been published by CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Dr. Ramesh Raliya received a patent granted from his Ph.D. research –Biosynthesis of Metal nanoparticles from Fungi.

Wash U Scientist Develops Fertilizer From Tiny Particles To Keep Waterways CleanSTL Public Radio The Indian Express

Delhi govt partners with Washington University for joint study on air quality evaluation  -The Indian Express

{Also read – Drs. Raliya and Biswas has been granted a project for real-time air quality monitoring by India’s capital, New Delhi (considered among top 10 most polluted cities)

Govt to identify pollutants on real-time basisThe Tribune

Delhi Government Approves Proposal For Real-Time Study Of Air Pollution – NDTV

Delhi government collaborates with Washington University to monitor air quality – Business Standard

2018

Dr. Raliya’s invention entitled “Nanoinduced Bacterial Polysaccharide production” granted a patent from The Patent Office, Government of India, Patent No. 304253.

WIPO Publishes Patent of Pratim Biswas and Ramesh Raliya for Synthesis of nanocomposites and their use in enhancing plant nutrition”

Drs. Raliya and Biswas has been granted a project for real-time air quality monitoring by India’s capital, New Delhi (considered among top 10 most polluted cities) – Delhi approves a real-time study of air pollution 

Research work on nanofertilizer featured in Chemistry World of RSC – Nanoparticle fertilisers show promise

Raliya featured in Science News – Nanoparticles could help rescue malnourished crops.

Research work featured in Nano Werk – All-natural nanobiotechnology instead of synthetic agrochemicals

Raliya’s collaborative research article on Chitosan nanoparticles selected among Top 100 Plant Science articles (#22)

Research article featured in Nature Asia, A nanoemulsion that kills bacteria, boosts soybean plants’ growth

Drs. Raliya and Biswas’s start-up has been selected as a finalist for Global Impact Award. Seven finalists will compete for the $50,000 Global Impact Award.

Raliya Featured in FUSE: WashU faculty honored for biotech innovation

2017 

Dr. Raliya’s research on non-invasive nanoparticle delivery to the brain highlighted in global media, few selected links are as below –

DECEMBER 2016

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

NOVEMBER 2016

  • Dr. Ramesh Raliya visited Beijing, China for an invited talk, entitled “Nanotechnology for precision & sustainable agriculture” in an International Nanotechnology Conference on Agriculture. Organized by CAAS, China, and USDA. Dr. Raliya also served as a member of International Scientific Advisory Committee and a session chair for the conference.
  • Dr. Raliys’s collaborative research on the synthesis of novel biohybrid biofoam of graphene oxide and bacterial nano cellulose for highly efficient solar steam generation featured as a cover of the Journal “Advanced Materials, Vol. 28, Issue 42. To read the paper on the journal web page – click here

OCTOBER 2016

  • Dr. Ramesh attended the 35th Annual conference of American Association for Aerosol Research at Portland and gave a talk on “Non-invasive delivery of gold nanoparticles to the brain”.

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OCTOBER 2015 

  • Dr. Raliya’s research on engineered nanoparticle use to enhance tomato nutrition has been recognized by Royal Society of Chemistry in their journal “Metallomics”. http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2015/mt/c5mt00168d#!divAbstract

JUNE 2015 

  • Dr. Ramesh Raliya received GRC Chair travel award to present research work in the conference entitled “Nanoscale Science & Engineering for Agriculture & Food Systems” at Bentley University in Waltham MA United States. June 12, 2015
  • Dr. Ramesh Raliya attended Gordon Research Conference entitled “Nanoscale Science & Engineering for Agriculture & Food Systems” at Bentley University in Waltham MA United States. He presented his research on “Development of nano nutrient fertilizer to enhance crop production and nutritional quality”. June 7, 2015

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