| | |
Best viewed in 1024 X 768
NCL Innovations

Licensing and ventures
2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2002 2001

Research topic

News links

P&G uses microcapsules developed by NCL scientists, which when used in fabric softeners, allow fragrance to last for a week after washing clothes HT
NCL scientists develop low-cost surgical implants; partner with an entrepreneur-doctor to take it to market DNA
NCL scientists develop rare technology to produce cellulose and lactic acid from bagasse: Godavari Sugar Mills sets-up country's first biorefinery based on NCL technology TOI; Livemint; NCL; Chemical Weekly; IE
Novel process developed by NCL scientists to produce speciality monomer (ATBS) puts Indian company in unique club Pune Times
NCL membrane used to increase shelf life of Neera (a nutritious palm based drink); Opens up a window of opportunitiy for farmers NCL; TOI; Thaindian; IE
Making high technology work for the poor: NCL developed membrane used in producing clean and cheap drinking water from contaminated sources IE; Nai Duniya; The Hindu; Sakal; IE; IE; Keasri; Maharashtra Herald; TOI
NCL scientist develops new technique that has tremendous potential for use in drug discovery DNA
NCL team develops novel cost-effective process to produce a generic polymer (sevelamer) used to treat cronic renal disease: Pharma company licenses know-how Chemical News; Business Line
NCL scientists develop novel solid catalyst for producing cheaper bio-diesel: US-based company to set up first bio-diesel plant in India; TOI; Zee News; The Hindu; Indian Business; The Hindu; Malaysian NNA,; C&E News; PRNewswire
NCL developed chiral molecules used to produce lower cost drugs Hitvada; TOI; Financial Express
Commonly found fungus used to produce low cost silica from rice husk Telegraph
NCL develops new process technology for production of speciality monomers (SMAS and ATBS) NCL; Financial Express
NCL Expects Rs 35 Cr Sales From 2 Technologies Financial Express
Cipla's blockbuster drugs (vinblastine and vincristine) come from NCL Financial Express