Research Centre in Nanotechnology
The application of extremely small things is nanotechnology. First conceived by physicist Richard Feynman, this science can be teamed with other forms of science such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering.
At Shoolini University, the Research Centre in Nanotechnology was created to work for the development of nanomaterials, thus improving life of people in the Himalayan region. In keeping with the central purpose of Himalayan Biodiversity that remains a key focus for Shoolini University, here also there is a special relevance to water purification, materials synthesis for applications in defence, biomedical and communication engineering.
The centre was established to promote interdisciplinary research among different faculties in 2012. It was formally inaugurated by Hon’ble Justice Swatanter Kumar, Chairperson, National Green Tribunal on 31st January, 2016.