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Antimicrobial resistance has emerged as a global public health problem as antibiotics are becoming inefficient against a wide range of disease-causing pathogenic bacteria, say Dr Banwari Lal, Senior Director and Dr K Nanthakumar, Fellow, Environmental & Industrial Biotechnology Division, TERI.

The impact of pathogen resistance even to last-resort antibiotics can be alarming. This calls for a multi-disciplinary response, says Dr Banwari Lal, Senior Director and Dr K Nanthakumar, Fellow, Environmental & Industrial Biotechnology Division, TERI.

There are over 18 harmful different species of plants and animals that are reported along the Indian coastline that might have got invaded and established notes Dr Chetan A Gaonkar, Research Associate, TERI Western Regional Centre, along with co-author Mr AC Anil

There are over 18 harmful different species of plants and animals that are reported along the Indian coastline that might have got invaded and established notes Dr Chetan A Gaonkar, Research Associate, TERI Western Regional Centre, along with co-author Mr AC Anil

TERI's customised Oilzapper technology -- a crude oil and oily sludge degrading microbial consortium formulation derived from five naturally occurring micro-organisms -- could be beneficial to accelerate the degradation of oil and residual sludge at the latest oil spill locations in the Chennai coast, says Dr Banwari Lal, Senior Director,...

Technological interventions to address food security can prove to be a two-edged sword, say Dr Nutan Kaushik, Senior Fellow and Ms Pooja Adhikari, Marketing and Research Analyst, Environmental & Industrial Biotechnology division, TERI.

 

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