NOC:Nanotechnology in Agriculture


Lecture 1 - Introduction


Lecture 2 - What is Nanotechnology


Lecture 3 - An outline


Lecture 4 - Agriculture: Natural versus Modern


Lecture 5 - Modern Agriculture: controlled or out of control


Lecture 6 - A Restart:Utilising Our Discoveries


Lecture 7 - Classifying nanomaterials Based on Shape and Geometry


Lecture 8 - Classifying Nanomaterials Based on Chemical Nature


Lecture 9 - Physical Approaches to Nanomaterial Synthesis


Lecture 10 - Biological and Chemical Approaches to Nanomaterial Synthesis


Lecture 11 - Detailed Physical Techniques - I


Lecture 12 - Detailed Physical Techniques - II


Lecture 13 - Detailed Chemical Techniques


Lecture 14 - Detailed Biological Techniques


Lecture 15 - Basic Characterisation Techniques of Nanomaterials


Lecture 16 - Characterisation techniques for physical and chemical surface properties of a material


Lecture 17 - Nanomaterials in Agriculture


Lecture 18 - Iron pyrite and seed pre-treatment


Lecture 19 - nano-Pyrite and its lab trial with chickpea


Lecture 20 - nano-Pyrite field trial with spinach and its mechanistic details


Lecture 21 - Mechanistic details of the action of Pyrite nano-particle


Lecture 22 - Application of Pyrite nano-particle in different crops


Lecture 23 - Application of different nano-particles in Agriculture - I


Lecture 24 - Benefits of nanoparticles in Agriculture


Lecture 25 - Nanotechnology in animal production


Lecture 26 - Antioxidant nanomaterial in animal production - I


Lecture 27 - Antioxidant nanomaterial in animal production - II


Lecture 28 - Antioxidant nanomaterial in animal production - III


Lecture 29 - Antioxidant nanomaterial in skeletal muscle development - I


Lecture 30 - Antioxidant nanomaterial in skeletal muscle development - II


Lecture 31 - Skeletal muscle development and nanomaterial intervention


Lecture 32 - Fabrication of nano-micro devices to study force generation in muscles


Lecture 33 - Summarising role of nanomaterials in animal production


Lecture 34 - Nanomaterials in food processing and preservation - I


Lecture 35 - Nanomaterials in food processing and preservation - II


Lecture 36 - Multifunctionality of nanomaterial: water purification, waste disposal, and energy


Lecture 37 - Futuristic multifunctional, sustainable and green nanomaterial


Lecture 38 - Case study of Titanium dioxide - I


Lecture 39 - Case study of Titanium dioxide - II


Lecture 40 - The future: evolving nano world