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India’s Cyanofarm

February 1, 2019

Cyanofarm is a socio-scientific interventional research endeavor designed to mitigate problems arising out of malnutrition & simultaneously ascertaining Indian farmer’s sustainability by providing them with an alternative source of income generation.

The research project has several objectives: Understanding the dietary intake of the Indian population that exhibits a high prevalence of malnutrition,

  • Understanding the dietary intake of the Indian population that exhibits a high prevalence of malnutrition,
  • Following-up with the changes in the dietary patterns,
  • Establishing prototypes for microalgal cultivations,
  • Optimizing biochemical growth parameters to achieve optimal yield,
  • Developing economic alternative technologies for algal cultivation, and its QC
  • Conceive & Establish a National Edible Algal Research center dedicated for algological research

The Cyanofarm project was conceived by Ms. Deepali Dande and further developed by Dr. Rutwik Thengodkar in association with an NGO-U.V.S.S., Keshavsrushti (V.P. Satish Sinnarkar) located amid the deciduous forest of Uttan village in Thane district of Maharashtra State.

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