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Need Of Solid Measures To Mitigate Solid Waste Problem

Being a microbiologist, I'm always fascinated by the ability of microorganisms to convert anything into something. This may sound ambiguous but if you give it the right sense, this is real. The adaptive changes that evolve into these little fascinating creatures have made a major impact on our day-to-day lives. Now that depends on us how much we use them to optimize their ability to convert rubbish into gold!

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India’s Sustainable Development- Survey Results

Sustainable development is something that demands a collective effort. India is experiencing many good vibes in this area. Many innovative minds are contributing to a common goal. Here are some trends in the limited survey. If we need to get the real trends in India, we need to reach the maximum population. Please share your opinion and help this reach the maximum population by sharing.

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Anti-Viral Textile Innovation- Indigenous Companies Should Aim Higher..

I personally prefer using a homemade mask for safety and promote the same within my network. But can homemade masks be given extra protective features? Are there any companies developing innovative fabric technologies in India? Can indigenous companies gear up providing innovative solutions to meet the market demand? Read the post for more information.

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Not to BAN, But to PLAN- Says Prof. R. Vasudevan. The Question is HOW?

Prof. R. Vasudevan, also known as India's "Plastic Man," shared his illuminating views on the plastic road technology in an exclusive 40-minute interview and how we should plan the implementation of the technology. He points out the advantages of road plastics technology. Reading the entire post should give you a snapshot of what needs to be done to achieve a rising sustainable future objective.