Objectives



  • Foster multidisciplinary translational research and communication
  • Create a database on various technologies being developed
  • Mining research and technology needs of the industry
  • Support innovative research and entrepreneurship
  • Refining technologies by networking and collaboration with institutions, incubators, and industry
  • Bridge the gap between academia and industry in order to move conceptualization to commercialization

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Necessity is the mother of all inventions and innovations

Nitte University Technology Enabling Centre (DST NU-TEC) is one among the 10 centres established at the national level. DST has provided the support for setting up state-of-art networking equipment and infrastructural facilities to the centre.


Vision and Mission


  1. Be a centre of excellence addressing socio-economic needs of the country to revitalize the economy of the nation
  2. Promote innovation and translating academic research to technology
  3. Establish network and collaborative community of researchers, entrepreneurs and industrialists

2022-12-13

HOSTING FAO EXPERT MEETING ON ANTIMICROBIAL USE SURVEILLANCE


Nitte DST TEC hosted the FAO Expert meeting on the application of 12 point checklist developed for aquatic animal disease surveillance for antimicrobial use (AMU) surveillance in aquaculture. The meeting held on Zoom platform on Dec 13 was attended by experts from Brazil, United States, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, Network of Aquaculture Centers in Asia Pacific (NACA), China and from FAO Headquarters, Rome. Dr. Iddya Karunasagar coordinated the meeting. The meeting outlined the modifications needed in this 12 point checklist to adapt it for AMU surveillance. During the meeting, each point in the checklist was discussed. Members highlighted complexities involved in AMR surveillance and the consensus was it would be good to develop checklist first for AMU surveillance.


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2022-11-30

VIRTUAL LAUNCH OF FAO REFERENCE CENTERS IN ANITIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE AND AQUATIC BIOSECURITY


Food and Agriculture Organisation of United Nations designated four Reference Centers in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and aquatic Biosecurity in October, 2022. The designated Centers are (a) Mississippi State University, USA (b) Nitte University, India (c) Pearl River Fisheries Research Institute , China (PRFRI) and (d) Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute (YSFRI). A virtual launch of these Reference Centers took place on zoom platform on November 30, 2022. Dr. Audun Lem, Deputy Director, Aquaculture and Fisheries Division declared the launch open. Dr. Melba Reantaso, Team Leader, Food Safety, Nutrition and Health outlined the main objectives and mandates of the FAO Reference Ceners. The meeting was attended by over 200 fisheries and aquaculture professionals all over the globe. Dr. Indrani Karunasagar explained the workplan of Nitte FAO Reference Center and Dr. Iddya Karunasagar introduced the newly adopted Codex Guidelines for risk analysis of antimicrobial resistance.


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2022-11-30

virtual webinar on preventing Antimicrobial resistance


Dr Indrani Karunasagar delivered a expert lecture on AMR related activities in Nitte University on 30 Nov 2022 in a virtual webinar on preventing Antimicrobial resistance together in support of the celebration of the World Antibiotic Awareness week (WAAW) 2022.


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