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Nanoscience in Food and Agriculture 3

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Erschienen am 23. Dezember 2016
XIII, 289 Seiten
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This book is the third volume on Nanoscience in Food and Agriculture, published in the Sustainable Agriculture Reviews series. In this book we present ten chapters describing the synthesis and application of nanomaterials for health, food, agriculture and bioremediation.Nanomaterials with unique properties are now being used to improve food and agricultural production. Research on nanomaterials is indeed revealing new applications that were once thought to be imaginary. Specifically, applications lead to higher crop productivity with nanofertilisers, better packaging, longer food shelf life and better sensing of aromas and contaminants. These applications are needed in particular in poor countries where food is scarce and the water quality bad. Nanotechnology also addresses the age old issue of water polluted by industrial, urban and agricultural pollutants. For instance, research produces nanomaterials that clean water more efficiently than classical methods, thus yielding water for drinking and irrigation. However, some nano materials have been found to be toxic. Therefore, nanomaterials should be engineered to be safe for the environment.
1st ed. 2016
Springer International Publishing
95 s/w Abbildungen, 54 farbige Tabellen
XIII, 289 p. 95 illus.
10,45 MB
978-3-319-48009-1 (9783319480091)
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Shivendu Ranjan

Shivendu Ranjan is currently working as DBT-Research Fellow, Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt of India at VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. He is also serving for a non government organization as an Honorary-Director, Research Wing, Veer Kunwar Singh Memorial Trust, Chapra, Bihar, India. He is the Founder-Director at Xpert Arena Technological Services Pvt. Ltd., India (; this company is dedicated to serve in online and offline sectors with a vision to simplify the education. He has also founded and drafted the concept for first edition of "VIT Bio Summit" in 2012 and the same has been continued till date by the university.
His area of research is multidisciplinary which are as but not limited to: Nano-food technology, Nano-agri technology, Nanobiotechnology, Nano-toxicology, Natural products technology, Natural products chemistry, Bio-business, Food chemistry and Food Engineering. He has published many scientific articles in international peer reviewed journals and also serving as editorial board member and referee for reputed international peer reviewed journals. He has bagged several awards from different organizations e.g. Best poster award, achiever award, research award, young researcher award etc.

Nandita Dasgupta Nandita Dasgupta is currently serving as Research Associate at VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. She has exposure of research institutes and industries including CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore, India and Uttar Pradesh Drugs and Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Lucknow, India. Her areas of interest include toxicological analysis, natural products technology, nanobiotechnology and agri-food technology.

She has published many scientific articles in international peer reviewed journals and also serving as editorial board member and referee for reputed international peer reviewed journals. She has received Elsevier Certificate for "Outstanding Contribution" in Reviewing from Elsevier, The Netherlands. She has also been nominated for Elsevier advisory panel for Elsevier, The Netherlands. She was the Guest Editor in Journal of Chemistry for the special issue entitled "Food Nanotechnology Opportunities and Challenges". She has received several awards from different organizations e.g. Best poster award, young researcher award, Special achiever award, research award, etc.
Eric Lichtfouse
Eric Lichtfouse, 56, is a soil scientist at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA). He has invented the 13C-dating method(1) allowing to measure the dynamics of soil organic molecules, thus opening the field of molecular-level investigations of soil carbon sequestration. Chief Editor of the awarded journal Agronomy for Sustainable Development(3), he has raised the journal rank from 29/53 in 2003, with an impact factor of 0.56, to 2/81 in 2014, with an impact factor of 3.99, in the Agronomy category. He is also Chief Editor and founder of the journal Environmental Chemistry Letters(4) and the book series Sustainable Agriculture Reviews(5). He is lecturing scientific writing and communication in universities worldwide(6). His publication assistance service at the INRA has founded the french-english newsletter Publier La Science(7). He has published the book Scientific Writing for Impact Factor Journal(8). This textbook describes in particular the micro-article(9), a new tool to identify the novelty of experimental results. Further details are available on Slideshare(10), LinkedIn(11), ResearchGate(12), ResearcherID(13) and Orcid(14).
Chapter 1: Fabrication, characterization and applications of metal oxide-doped ZnO hybrid nanomaterialsBehzad ShahmoradiChapter 2: Nanomaterials: classification, biological synthesis and characterization

Chapter 3: Synthesis and toxicity of silver nanoparticlesJeyaraj PandiarajanChapter 4: Nanoparticles for agriculture: synthesis, classification and characterizationSelvaraj Mohana RoopanChapter 5: Copper nanoparticles in agriculture: biological synthesis and antimicrobial activityRamesh Chand Kasana*, Nav Raten Panwar, Ramesh Kumar Kaul, Praveen KumarChapter 6: Nanoparticles to sense food qualityVineet KumarChapter 7: From nutraceuticals to nanoceuticalsVandita KakkarChapter 8: Selective removal of nitrate and phosphate from wastewater using nanoscale materialsS.K. Ashok KumarChapter 9: Light driven nanomaterials for removal of agricultural toxinsPichiah SaravananChapter 10: Nanotechnology for sustainable agriculture in IndiaGopal Pramani

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