Vadodara, India, June 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- World Record holder in nanotechnology, Dr. T. Theivasanthi, a research faculty from International Research Center (IRC) of Kalasalingam University had invented the world’s first super-paramagnetic particles of plant materials named - Santhi Particles - a remarkable benchmark in the nanotechnology research field. It helped her to achieve world record and to get a prominent place in Limca Book of Records-2015, recently.
Consequent of this record performance, she has been invited for the Prestigious World Record Festival 2015 - a Live World Record Performances and Awareness Exhibition for the pride of Tamil Nadu from 27thth May 2015 to 31st May 2015, at Chennai. This 5 days festival was inaugurated by Tiruvallur District Collector and organized by Sadhanai Tamizhagam Charitable Trust.
During her participation in this festival, some of her research activities lowest priced Graphene, Surface Enhanced Bio-materials like agricultural nano-fertilizers (http://goo.gl/Lik15m , http://goo.gl/xqJc4N), vegetable powder for diabetes (http://goo.gl/LwSes1), nano-materials made from Amaranthus for bio-sensors and Andrographis for virus infections (EBOLA, DENGUE, HIV & H1N1) were shown to make new world records like The World’s Lowest Priced Graphene, The World’s Smallest Particles of Vegetables / agricultural nano-fertilizers / Amaranthus / Andrographis.
Also, it is essential to mention here, Make in India, a new initiative national program of the Government of India has informed to her that it will provide necessary helps in the production of lowest priced Graphene.
Kalasalingam University Chancellor K. Sridharan, Vice-Chancellor S.SaravanaSankar and IRC Dean Dr. Balasubramanian and Dr. Arumugam felicitated Dr. Theivasanthi for these new major developments / achievements.
Dr. T. Theivasanthi,
International Research center,
Kalasalingam University, Krishnankoil - 626126. India
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