CSIR-IITR paves way for clean and safe drinking water along with food and consumer safety solutions

August 14, 2018 Off By administrator

Lucknow, Aug 13 (UNI) CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (CSIR-IITR), Lucknow formally signed a Transfer of Technology- (TOT) agreement with M/s SSMaser Technology Private Limited, A Sterilisation Tech Company, for “An electronic device for the disinfection of drinking water” here on Monday.

The agreement was signed by Dr KC Khulbe, Head-Research Planning and Business Development, CSIR-IITR and Professor Vinayak Nath, Co-Founder, ED and CEO of M/s SSMaser Technology Private Limited.
This initiative by CSIR-IITR in the state of Uttar Pradesh is in alignment with the Central Government initiatives on ‘Make in India’, ‘Kayakalp’, “Digital India” and ‘Startup India’ to raise support for various MSMEs and comprehensively integrate the national missions of Swastha Bharat and Swachh Bharat and SSMaser’s Technology “Building Bharat Initiative”.
Professor Alok Dhawan, Director, CSIR-IITR and Mr Monish Bhandari, ED, SSMaser Technology Private Limited were present along with other scientists and dignitaries in the programme.

On this day, CSIR-IITR also launched a new CSIR India Mission-Mode Programme on Food and Consumer Safety Solutions (FOCUS): Delivering Technological Solutions for Food Safety.</span>

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