The research in the Biological Materials Laboratory of CSIR-CLRI focuses on exploitation of biological materials in synthesis of novel nanomaterial and their utilization for a range of application; from waste water management to biomedical science. The lab pursues a broad range of research interests that include biomimetics and bioinspired nanomaterial synthesis, understanding the fundamental mechanism of bioinspired nanomaterial synthesis, design of multi functional nanomaterials, utilization of bio and nanomaterials in pollution control management, and application of nanomaterials in catalysis, biosensing and biomedicine.
The ongoing research programmes at the CCMB are in three major categories - high quality basic research in the frontier areas of modern biology, research relevant to societal needs, and application-oriented research towards commercialisation.
Nanotechnology is one of the research themes of the IITB-Monash Research Academy, based in Mumbai, India, a partnership between the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) and Monash University. Together IITB and Monash are taking a collaborative approach to multidisciplinary research that can effectively deliver high impact, integrated solutions to complex research problems for industry, government and the broader research community.
The Centre for Nano Science and Engineering (CeNSE) was established in 2010 to pursue interdisciplinary research across several disciplines with a focus on nanoscale systems. Current research topics include, but are not limited to nanoelectronics, MEMS/NEMS, nanomaterials and devices, photonics, nano-biotechnology, solar cells and computational nano-engineering.
The Centre of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (CEN) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) focuses on research and education in the areas of nano-scale electronics, devices, technologies, materials, micro and nanoelectromechanical systems, bio-electronic interfaces, and integrated small-scale systems. The Center runs a multidisciplinary research program involving more than 40 faculty members from various departments of engineering and basic science.