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About Sandip S. Magdum

A Biotechnology researcher from Pune, India; born in Kolhapur (MH), India, March 30, 1986; obtained early education in, Solapur(MH) and Kolhapur (MH), India; continued education at Vivekanand College, Kolhapur (MH); received B.E. in 2007 from Shivaji University, Kolhapur (MH), India; received post graduation degree of M.Tech. Biotechnology in 2009 from Amity University, Noida, India; worked as research fellow in Bangalore based Avesthagen company in 2009-2011, India's leading integrated systems biology platform company, in bioAgriculture division for improve productivity in Agriculture and develop technologies by using Biotechnological tools; working as Sr. Researcher in R & D of Thermax Ltd. Pune (MH) (2011- ), on development of wastewater technology, renewable and sustainable technologies etc.

Positions

Present B.E., M.Tech. Biotechnology, University of Pune, India
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Contact Information

Sandip Magdum, COE Biotechnology, R. D. Aga Research,Technology and Innovation Centre, Thermax Limited I D - 13, MIDC, Chinchwad,Pune - 411018 INDIA
M: +91 8796346512
E:sandip.magdum@thermaxindia.com


An efficient biotreatment process for polyvinyl alcohol containing textile wastewater (2)

Biogas as a Sustainable Alternative for Current Energy Need of India. (1)

Rapid determination of indirect cod and polyvinyl alcohol from textile wastewater. (2)

Functions and Future Applications of F1 ATPase as Nanobioengine - Powering the Nanoworld! (1)

A Reliable and High Yielding Method for Isolation of Genomic DNA from Ammi majus. (2)

Effect of Agrobacterium Induced Necrosis, Antibiotic Induced Phytotoxicity and Other Factors in Successful Plant Transformation (1)

Organogenesis of Ammi majus via Callus Culture from Leaf. (1)

Biochemical Conversion of Acid-Pretreated Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia Crassipes) to Alcohol Using Pichia Stipitis NCIM3497 (1)

Evaluation of Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) Cycle Design to Observe the Advantages of Selector Phase Biology to Achieve Maximum Nutrient Removal (1)

Competence evaluation of mycodiesel production by oleaginous fungal strains: Mucor circinelloides and Gliocladium roseum (1)

Evaluation of Effective Operational Cycle Time and Bioprocess Parameters in a Sequential Batch Reactor for Efficient Organic and Nutrient Removal from Domestic Sewage (1)