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TERI's microbial biotechnology research area has made rapid strides in micropropagation of useful plant species and development of oil-destroying bacterial strains that clean the environment, while keeping the commercial viability of the end product as the bottom line. It is now focusing on clinical research, mainly for quick detection of...

One of the major goals of TERI's Division of Bioresources and Biotechnology has been application of biotechnological techniques to supplement conventional methods for improvement of plant species. Biotechnology research is being carried out in the areas of micropropagation and transgenics, plant tissue culture, genetic engineering, and microbial...

Scientists have investigated climate change and its threat for over a hundred years now. Perhaps the earliest alarm regarding future climate change in the world was voiced by the well known Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius in 1896, when he articulated his assessment that carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration in the atmosphere would continue to...