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Shoolini Leads in Research & Patents

Innovation and research are the foundations of progress, and Shoolini University is setting the benchmark with its vast array of breakthroughs. Over the past few years, the university has gained an incredible reputation for developing groundbreaking solutions to some of today’s most pressing issues. From technological advancements to breakthroughs, the university has been at the forefront of pioneering research.

No wonder Shoolini University has consistently been ranked the top research university in India. The faculty and students have filed more than 1250 patents.

The top 10 patents and top 10 research papers of Shoolini give us a glimpse into its world-leading innovations. Whether you’re an industry professional or a student curious to learn more, you’ll find something to pique your interest. So, check out Shoolini University’s Top 10 Patents and Top 10 Research Papers and discover what makes this university a leader in innovation and research.

Top 10 Patents of Shoolini

1. BIODEGRADABLE, EDIBLE, ANTIOXIDANT CONTAINER AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME

Vatsla Gupta, Dr Deblina Biswas, Dr Swarup Roy

This innovation is for building a container that is an eco-friendly, biodegradable, edible container suitable for long-term storage, in particular for oxidation-sensitive goods. The flavonoid quercetin provides antioxidant properties to the container. This innovative edible container is made from only natural ingredients, making it not only an eco-friendly solution to packaging but also an essential part of the journey towards a more sustainable future, reducing waste and pollution from discarded packaging and protecting the environment.

2. A PROCESS TO IDENTIFY AND ANALYSE ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF A COMPOUND

Dr Lokender Kumar, Kusum Kharga, Poorvi Garg, Mehak Garg, Dr Seva Singh, Dr Saurabh Kulshreshtha, Dr Kushal Kanwar, Dr Sonia

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The invention relates to the process to identify and analyse the antimicrobial activities of a compound, which is capable of detecting the antimicrobial activity of compounds in a short period, i.e., 2 hours. By capturing and analysing the various intensities of the colour of the test solution and control solution during the incubation period using an analyser.

3. A METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF ANTI-GLIOBLASTOMA ACTIVITY OF ESSENTIAL OIL EXTRACTED FROM AEGLE MARMELOS

Vanshika Sharma, Prof Anuradha Sourirajan, Prof Kamal Dev, Dr Ritu Kulshreshtha, Anuja Sharma

The present invention relates to a method for analysis of the anti-glioblastoma activity of essential oil extracted from Aegle marmelos. The method comprises steps of washing fresh Aegle Marmelos leaves to remove dirt and debris, absorbing excess amount of moisture from the surface of the leaves and boiling a pre-defined amount of distilled water inside a flask.

4. SMART INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM FOR AGRICULTURE FIELDS

Bhanu Tanwar, Deepanshu Vermani, Nitin Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Brij Bhushan Sharma

The stated invention pertains to a smart intrusion detection system for providing users with an alert system for wild animal and bird encroachment in agricultural areas. The detection system consists of a detecting device outfitted with a passive infrared (PIR) sensor to detect an intruder in the agricultural field.

5. METHOD FOR EXTRACTION OF ESSENTIAL OIL AND EVALUATION OF SYNERGISTIC PROPERTIES OF THE ESSENTIAL OIL

Bhavika Batra, Suchetha Srinivasan, Prof Kamal Dev, Prof Anuradha Sourirajan

The current invention is for an efficient process of extracting essential oil from fresh Callistemon viminalis leaves. The approach allows for the most efficient augmentation of the antibacterial activity of vancomycin and tetracycline when coupled with this essential oil.

6. A METHOD FOR ANALYSING ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY AND SYNERGISTIC POTENTIAL OF α -PHELLANDRENE WITH ANTIBIOTICS

Riya Bhattacharya, Prof Kamal Dev, Prof Anuradha Sourirajan

The proposed invention is a technique for determining the antibacterial activity and synergistic potential of α-Phellandrene with antibiotics. The approach uses the fewest chemicals to analyse antibacterial activity and bio-enhancer characteristics of the antibacterial agent, making it more cost-effective and less time-consuming.

7. METHOD FOR DEVELOPMENT OF NANOPARTICLES FROM INDIAN DESHI LITCHI SEEDS STARCH

Prafull Chavan, Dr Kanika Dulta, Dr Somesh Sharma, Archana Sinhmar, Dr Rahul Thory

The invention relates to a method for the development of nanoparticles from native starch of Indian deshi litchi seeds starch. Producing nanoparticles using this method is less time-consuming and cost-effective and produces nanoparticles that are more environmentally friendly than traditional methods of making them.

8. METHOD FOR EVALUATING EFFICACY OF HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT FROM PLANT MORINGA OLEIFERA ON DIABETIC WOUND

Aaliya Ali, Prakrati Garg, Dr Saurabh Kulshreshtha, Dr Rohit Goyal, Dr Poonam Negi

The current invention is a technique for determining the efficiency of a hydrogel derived from the plant Moringa oleifera on a diabetic foot ulcer. The procedure aids in the creation of an ointment containing herbal elements that promote rapid and effective healing of wounds and diabetic foot ulcers with no adverse effects.

9. STEM AND METHOD FOR TIMELY DIAGNOSIS OF LEPTOSPIRA INTERROGANS

Vivek Verma, Deepak Kala, Ankur Kaushal, Dinesh Kumar

The present invention relates to a system that is helpful for onsite detection of the diagnosis of the Leptospira interrogans from patient samples with more sensitivity, and specificity and in less time. The system comprises a screen-printed paper electrode (SPPE) and an amino-linked single-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid (ssDNA) probe.

10. METHOD FOR ANALYSING ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY AND PERFORMING SYNERGISTIC STUDIES OF α-PHELLANDRENE AND ANTIBIOTICS

Riya Bhattacharya, Prof Kamal Dev, Prof Anuradha Sourirajan

The present invention relates to a method for analysing antifungal activity as well as a synergistic combination of the α-phellandrene and the antibiotics. The method comprises analyzing the antifungal potential of the antifungal composition with α-Phellandrene minimum inhibitory concentration assay.

A dedicated team at Shoolini, including biologists, engineers, and intellectual property lawyers, actively participates in submitting patent applications on the institution’s behalf. For their university to advance, they continue to put in more effort each day.

Top Research Articles

The distinguished academics of Shoolini University published impactful papers in renowned publications. Let’s have a look at the top 10.

1. Remediation of Cd and Cu contaminated water and soil using novel nanomaterials derived from sugar beet processing- and clay brick factory-solid wastes

(Lashen, Zahraa M; Shams, Mohamed S; El-Sheshtawy, Hamdy S; Slany, Michal; Antoniadis, Vasileios; Yang, Xing; Sharma, Gaurav; Rinklebe, Jorg; Shaheen, Sabry M; Elmahdy, ShimaaM )

The contamination of water and soil with heavy metals such as Cadmium (Cd) and Copper (Cu) can cause serious health risks and environmental damage. To mitigate this problem, researchers have developed novel nanomaterials that can be used to remediate contaminated water and soil. This study was published in the Journal of Hazardous Materials. The research also had a journal impact factor of 14.224.

2. Visible-light driven dual heterojunction formed between g-C3N4/BiOCl@MXene-Ti3C2 for the effective degradation of tetracycline

( Sharma, Gaurav; Kumar, Amit; Sharma, Shweta; Naushad, Mu; Vo, Dai-Viet N; Ubaidullah, Mohd; Shaheen, Sabry M; Stadler, Florian J )

One of the major contributors to environmental pollution is the presence of pharmaceuticals in water sources. Tetracycline is a broad-spectrum antibiotic used in many industries and can be a significant pollutant in the environment. However, new technologies are being developed to effectively remove tetracycline from water sources. This research focuses on building an efficient degradation method of tetracycline.

3. Micro-ultrasonic Assessment of Early Stage Clot Formation and Whole Blood Coagulation Using an All-Optical Ultrasound Transducer and Adaptive Signal Processing Algorithm

(Biswas, Deblina; Heo, Jeongmin; Sang, Pilgyu; Dey, Prasanta; Han, Kayoung; Ko, Jong Hwan; Won, Sang Min; Son, Donghee; Suh, Minah; Kim, Hyung Sik; Ok, Jong G.; Park, Hui Joon; Baac, HyoungWon )

Blood clot formation is an important biological process that plays an essential role in wound healing, but it can also be the underlying cause of several serious medical conditions. In order to better understand how clot formation occurs and improve the diagnosis of diseases like stroke and heart attack, researchers have developed an all-optical ultrasound transducer and adaptive signal processing algorithm for micro-ultrasonic assessment of early-stage clot formation and whole blood coagulation.

4. Study on the Self-Discharge of an All-Vanadium Redox Flow Battery through Monitoring Individual Cell Voltages

(Chou, Yi-Sin; Devi, Nitika; Yen, Shi-Chern; Singh, Prabhakar; Chen, Yong-Song)

In the ever-evolving field of energy storage solutions, the all-vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) has been a reliable source of clean energy for many years. Recent studies have indicated that the performance of the VRFB continuously degrades over time due to self-discharge. To better understand the cause of this self-discharge, a new study was conducted by Shoolini’s researchers.

5. Robust and sustainable Mg1-xCexNiyFe2-yO4 magnetic nanophotocatalysts with improved photocatalytic performance towards photodegradation of crystal violet and rhodamine B pollutants

(Jasrotia, Rohit; Prakash, Jyoti; Kumar, Gagan; Verma, Ritesh; Kumari, Swati; Kumar, Sachin; Singh, Virender Pratap; Nadda, Ashok K.; Kalia, Susheel)

Magnetic nanophotocatalysts are now widely being used to effectively reduce the presence of pollutants in the environment. These materials have shown to be robust and sustainable, with improved photocatalytic performance when it comes to photodegradation of crystal violet and rhodamine B pollutants. By combining magnetism and photocatalysis, these nanophotocatalystscan remove pollutants more thoroughly and quickly than traditional methods. This is important in protecting our environment and making it a cleaner, healthier place to live.

6. Thermo-hydraulic characterization and design optimization of delta-shaped obstacles in solar water heating system using CRITIC-COPRAS approach

(Khargotra, Rohit; Kumar, Raj; Andras, Kovacs; Fekete, Gusztav; Singh, TEJ)

The ever-increasing demand for renewable energy sources necessitates the need for efficient and reliable solar water heating systems. In this blog post, we look at using a thermohydraulic characterization and design optimization approach, the CRITIC-COPRAS method, to optimize the performance of delta-shaped obstacles in solar water heating systems. Also, to understand efficient options for improving the capability and performance of solar water heating systems.

7. Analyzing Cyberchondriac Google Trends Data to Forecast Waves and Avoid Friction: Lessons From COVID-19 in India

(Rao, Amar; Sharma, Gagan Deep; Pereira, Vijay; Shahzad, Umer; Jabeen, Fauzia)

The potential of a pandemic is something that no one expected to witness, yet the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life in India and across the world. As people are becoming increasingly conscious of their health, this has caused a surge in cyberchondriac behavior and increased reliance on Google Trends data to gain insights into health trends. This research aimed at providing expert insight into how to effectively utilize Google Trends data to make predictions and avoid difficult situations.

8. Impacts of environmental regulations on green economic growth in China: New guidelines regarding renewable energy and energy efficiency

(Zhao, Xin; Mahendru, Mandeep; Ma, Xiaowei; Rao, Amar; Shang, Yuping)

The environmental regulations set forth by the Chinese government are becoming increasingly important in the nation’s shift towards more green economic growth. By introducing new guidelines regarding renewable energy and energy efficiency, China is looking to reduce their carbon footprint substantially. Research explores the potential impacts of these new regulations on green economic growth in China, and how these regulations will affect the Chinese population in the coming years.

9. Thermo-hydraulic efficiency and correlation development of an indoor designed jet impingement solar thermal collector roughened with discrete multi-arc ribs

(Kumar, Raj; Kumar, Sushil; Nadda, Rahul; Kumar, Khusmeet; Goel, Varun)

The researchers have devised a unique approach to improve the efficiency and performance of the solar collector. It discusses their findings, including the design of the collector, its performance, and implications for practical applications. Readers can expect to gain a greater understanding of the thermo-hydraulic efficiency and correlation development of a solar collector from this research.

10. Using ZrO2 coated sludge from drinking water treatment plant as a novel adsorbent for nitrate removal from contaminated water

(Quang, Huy Hoang Phan; Phan, Kiet Tuan; Dinh, Nga Thi; Thi, Thanh Ngoc Tran; Kajitvichyanukul, Puangrat; Raizada, Pankaj; Singh, Pardeep; Nguyen, Van-Huy)

The current trend of global environmental changes has raised numerous concerns about the quality of water resources and their impact on human health. In particular, nitrate contamination of drinking water has been an alarming issue in many regions. To ensure safe drinking water and safeguard human health, it is essential to develop new materials and technologies to effectively remove nitrate from contaminated water. Research conducted on the use of ZrO2-coated sludge and its potential implications for the environment. We will further examine the advantages and challenges of this novel adsorbent and provide recommendations for future research.

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