Punjabi College will get Patent on ‘Biosensor Machine’ to detect spurious milk

PATIALA: Punjabi College Patiala has been granted an Indian Patent on “Biosensor Machine and Methodology for Estimation of Urea”. The primary goal of this work is to detect urea (carbamide) which is current in milk or is used to arrange artificial milk. The developed expertise has distinct benefits over the sooner sensors reported when it comes to its speedy response.

The work is finished by the analysis group beneath the supervision of Prof Minni Singh and her group Prof. Neelam and Varun Thakkar on the Division of Biotechnology, Punjabi College

The researchers stated that by the invention of the expertise it’s simply attainable to deal with the menace of spurious milk which sees an up-rise notably throughout festivals.

“That is one other nice achievements’ of the school members of the Punjabi College, Patiala. Many new tasks have been sanctioned and the advance within the NIRF rating is important attainment of the College”, the college authorities stated.

Talking in regards to the achievement, Prof Ashok Kumar Malik, Director, Directorate of Planning and Monitoring who can be functioning because the Coordinator of Mental Property Rights and Expertise Switch Cell of the College stated that the College follows the motto- “Patent, Publish and Prosper” -and encourages the school in direction of ingenious applied sciences.

Prof. B.S. Ghuman. Vice-Chancellor, Punjabi College expressing his pleasure on this vital achievement, added that many Universities file a lot of patents and thereby comply with the quantity recreation, nonetheless, it’s no straightforward process for a patent to be granted, and that’s what really provides worth for a corporation. He congratulated all school members of the Division of Biotechnology and confused on the necessity to do utilized analysis. The Division of Biotechnology has the utmost variety of granted patents within the College.

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