In-house R&D unit of Aban Infrastructure Pvt Ltd (Biotechnology Division) is now recognized by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India.


Journal Papers

  • Eboibi, B.E., Lewis, D.M., Ashman, P.J. and Chinnasamy , S. (2014). Effect of operating conditions on biocrude yield and quality during hydrothermal liquefaction of the halophytic microalga Tetraselmis sp. Bioresource Technology 170, 20-29.
  • Chinnasamy,S., Sood, A., Renuka, N., Prasanna, R., Ratha, S.K., Bhaskar, S., Rengasamy, R. and Lewis, D.M. (2014). Ecological perspective of algae cultivation in wastewater for nutrient cycling and biofuel/bioenergy applications. Biofuel, 5 (2), 141-158.

  • Kavitha, C., Ashokkumar, V., Chinnasamy, S., Bhaskar, S. and Rengasamy, R. (2014). Pretreatment of lipid extracted Botryococcus braunii spent biomass for bioethanol production. Int.J.Curr.Biotechnol., 2(1):11-18.

  • Chinnasamy, S. Bhaskar, N. Govindasamy and R. Rengasamy. 2011. Algae biofuels in India: an industry perspective. International Journal of Industrial Biotechnology 1(1), 7-9.

 Book Chapters

  • Chinnasamy, S., Maharajh, D., Lakshmidevi, R., Bhaskar, S., Ratha, S.K. and Perosa, A. (2014). Overview of microalgae production technologies: biomass cultivation, harvesting and processing. Invited Book Chapter for International Centre for Science and High Technology (ICS) - United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). In press

  • Hunt, R.W., Zavalin, A., Bhatnagar, A., Chinnasamy, S. and Das, K.C. (2013). Electromagnetic biostimulation of living cultures for biotechnology, biofuel and bioenergy applications. In: Advances in Biofuel Production: Algae and Aquatic Plants (ed. Barnabas Gikonyo), pp. 155-212. CRC Press.

  • Chinnasamy, S., Hanumantha Rao, P., Bhaskar,S., Rengasamy, R. and Singh, M. (2012). Algae: A novel biomass feedstock for biofuels. In: Microbial Biotechnology: Energy and Environment (ed. Rajesh Arora), pp. 224-239. Commonwealth Agriculture Bureaux International (CABI), Oxfordshire, UK.


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