Poonam Singh Nee Nigam spends much of her time researching Fermentation, Waste management, Biotechnology, Effluent and Pulp and paper industry. Her study in Fermentation focuses on Solid-state fermentation in particular. Poonam Singh Nee Nigam has researched Waste management in several fields, including Husk and Adsorption.
Her Biotechnology study incorporates themes from Hemicellulose, Substrate and Biochemical engineering. Her Effluent research includes themes of Water pollution, Biodegradation, Phanerochaete and Bioremediation. Her Water pollution study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Human decontamination and Industrial waste water.
Poonam Singh Nee Nigam mostly deals with Food science, Fermentation, Biochemistry, Pulp and paper industry and Waste management. Her work deals with themes such as Cellulose, Cellulase and Botany, which intersect with Food science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Kluyveromyces marxianus, Yeast and Enzyme.
Her Pulp and paper industry study combines topics in areas such as Solid-state fermentation, Biodegradation, Effluent and Microbiology. Her research integrates issues of Bagasse, Biotechnology and Animal feed in her study of Solid-state fermentation. Her Waste management research focuses on Bioremediation and how it connects with Wastewater.
Her main research concerns Food science, Biochemistry, Antioxidant, Fermentation and Manuka Honey. Her Food science research incorporates elements of Probiotic, Antibacterial activity, Cellulose and Antioxidant capacity. Her Antioxidant study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phenols and Cytotoxicity.
The various areas that Poonam Singh Nee Nigam examines in her Fermentation study include Microorganism, Polyamide and Polyglutamic acid. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Traditional medicine under DPPH, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Microbiology. Poonam Singh Nee Nigam combines subjects such as Ferric, Chromatography, Trolox and Polyphenol with her study of Gallic acid.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Food science, Waste management, Fermentation, Biotechnology and Microorganism. Her Food science research integrates issues from Probiotic, Biochemistry and Bioreactor. Poonam Singh Nee Nigam is involved in the study of Waste management that focuses on Wastewater in particular.
Her Fermentation research includes elements of Cellulose and Cellulosic ethanol. Poonam Singh Nee Nigam has included themes like Isolation, Food industry, Metabolic engineering and Food Colorants in her Biotechnology study. Her research investigates the link between Microorganism and topics such as Antimicrobial that cross with problems in Antibacterial activity, Lactobacillus casei, Officinalis and Calendula.
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Remediation of dyes in textile effluent: a critical review on current treatment technologies with a proposed alternative
T Robinson;Geoff McMullan;Roger Marchant;Poonam Singh Nee Nigam.
Bioresource Technology (2001)
Microbial decolorization of textile-dye-containing effluents A review
Ibrahim M. Banat;Poonam Nigam;Datel Singh;Roger Marchant.
Bioresource Technology (1996)
Production of liquid biofuels from renewable resources
Poonam Singh Nigam;Anoop Singh.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2011)
Advances in microbial amylases.
Ashok Pandey;Poonam Nigam;Carlos R. Soccol;Vanete T. Soccol.
Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry (2000)
Biotechnological potential of agro-industrial residues. I: sugarcane bagasse
Ashok Pandey;Carlos R Soccol;Poonam Nigam;Vanete T Soccol.
Bioresource Technology (2000)
Solid state fermentation for the production of industrial enzymes
A Pandey;P Selvakumar;CR Soccol;Poonam Singh Nee Nigam.
Current Science (1999)
Microbial decolourisation and degradation of textile dyes
Geoffrey McMullan;C Meehan;A Conneely;N Kirby.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (2001)
The realm of microbial lipases in biotechnology
Ashok Pandey;Sailas Benjamin;Carlos R. Soccol;Poonam Nigam.
Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry (1999)
Physical removal of textile dyes from effluents and solid-state fermentation of dye-adsorbed agricultural residues
P Nigam;G Armour;I.M Banat;D Singh.
Bioresource Technology (2000)
Removal of dyes from a synthetic textile dye effluent by biosorption on apple pomace and wheat straw
T Robinson;B Chandran;Poonam Singh Nee Nigam.
Water Research (2002)
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