Meeting India’s Antimicrobial Needs
Do you know that nearly 90% of India’s antimicrobial technology solutions are imported into the country?
Much of these solutions are based on nano-silver, which is toxic for the human body. Identifying indigenously developed safe and effective antimicrobial alternatives to silver will reduce India’s dependency on external imports and broaden the range of applications for which these materials can be used, especially in the healthcare sector.
Copper has been used as an antimicrobial for water storage for generations in India. It is an essential micronutrient for the body, is highly potent towards microbes and works effectively at a wide range of temperatures.
WHO WE ARE
Enable entry of safe and sustainable copper-based antimicrobials into the Indian and global market
Reduce import of relatively toxic nano-silver into India
Contribute to sustainable development goals
Strengthen India’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat campaign
Support Make in India initiative
Being pioneers in making cost effective indigenous solutions
Support women empowerment and reduce gender gap
Dr. Anasuya Roy
Dr. Mangala Joshi
Founder, Technical Director
Sales and Marketing Head
Research, Development and Innovation
Taxation and Audit
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