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Dr(Ms) Madhulika Bhati

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Ph.D. (Chemistry)
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Journal Publications:

Madhulika Bhati, Saurabh Kumar Ram and Pushkar Bansal (2015). Thematic Intervention of nanotechnology in water sector: Opportunity and Risks. Journal of Basic and Applied engineering Research 2 (1): 73-78.

Madhulika Bhati, Rehan Ahmed and Konchok Ishey (2015) Solar Technology: A comprehensive state of art of technology, achievements, challenges and suggestions: An Indian Perspective. Journal of Energy Research and Environmental Technology.2 (1): 87-94

Konchok Ishey, Madhulika Bhati and Rehan Ahmed (2015). “Small Hydro Power Plant: A promising renewable energy technology to arrest energy scarcity in India and emerging technologies. Journal of Energy Research and Environmental Technology.2 (1): 64-70.

Physiological Responses to Nutrient Accumulation in Trees Seedlings Irrigated with Municipal Effluent in Indian Desert, G. Singh, Madhulika Bhati, T. R. Rathod, and U. K. Tomar 
Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 545967, 15 pages

Jayanthi, A.P., Bhati, M, Bhattacharya, S. (2012). Nanotechnology: Risk, and Governance in India. Economic & Political Weekly, 47(3): 34-40.

Bhattacharya, S., Shilpa, Bhati, M. (2012). China and India: The Two New Players in the Nanotechnology Race. Scientometrics, 93(1): 59-87.

Bhattacharya, Sujit Shilpa., Bhati, M.(2012) China and India: The Two New Players in the Nanotechnology Race, Scientometrics, 93(1): 59-87

Bhattacharya, Sujit and Bhati, M. (2011). China’s Emergence as a Global Nanotech Player: Lessons for Countries in Transition, China Report, 47 (4):243-262.

Singh Genda; Bhati Madhulika; Rathod Thanaram (2010). Use of tree seedlings for thephytoremediation of a municipal effluent used in dry areas of north-western India: Plant growth andnutrient uptake. Ecological Engineering. 36 (10):1299-1306

G. Singh and M. Bhati (2008). Changing effluent chemistry affect survival, growth and physiological functions of Acacia nilotica seedlings in north-western region of India. The Environmentalist, 28: 175-184.

G.Singh and M.Bhati (2004). Soil and plant mineral composition and productivity of Acacia nilotica (L.) under irrigation with municipal effluent in an arid environment. Environmental Conservation, 31(4): 331- 338.

M. Bhati and G. Singh (2004). Growth of Dalbergia sissoo in dessert region of western India using municipal effluent and the consequent changes in soil and plant chemistry. Bioresource Technology, 99 (4): 310-315

G. Singh and M. Bhati (2003). Effect of municipal effluent irrigation on plant mineral status and biomass productivity in Acacia nilotica seedlings and soil chemical changes. Environmental conservation 25 (11):345-349.

G. Singh and M. Bhati (2003). Growth, biomass production and nutrient composition of Eucalyptus camaldulensis seedlings irrigated with municipal effluent in loamy sand soil of Indian desert. J. Plant Nutrition, 26 (12): 2469-2488.


PaperPubished inInternational /National Conferences Proceedings


Madhuika Bhati (2013).Innovation Ecosystem of Nano Water Research in India: Step towards Basic Research to Commercialization. ISTIES Conference, Turkey

MadhulikaBhati (2011)RiskIssuesandRegulatoryRiskFrameworkinNanotechnology:ACaseStudy ofIndia.Internationalworkshopon'nanotechnologyintheedgeofconvergence',24-27November2011, Malaysia.

MBhati,SujitBhattacharyaandShilpa(2011)“NanotechnologyDevelopmentinIndia:Quantitative Analysis”presentedin7thInternationalConferenceonWebometrics,InformaticsandScientometrics& 12thCOLLNETMeeting,September20-23,Istanbul,Turkey

SujitBhattacharya, MadhulikaBhati andAvinashKhistij(2011)“InvestingtheRoleofPolicies,Strategies andGovernance  inChina'sEmergenceas GlobalNanotechPlayer”acceptedinAtlantaScience technologyandInnovationConference,2011(ATLC2011)tookplaceSept15-17,2011attheGlobal LearningCentre,GeorgiaInstituteofTechnologyinAtlanta,Georgia,USA.(PublishedinIEEE proceedings).

MadhulikaBhati(2010).ComparisonofRegulatoryframeworkofdrinkingwaterqualitystandards acrosstranslationalgovernance.ProceedingofIVWorldAquaCongress,December08-10,NewDelhi. Page70-79.

Deliver Lecture/presentation/ invited Talks

Madhulika Bhati (2014).  Basic Research to Commercialization in Nano Water Research: A case study of India in Sixth Scottish Symposium on Environmental Analytical Sponsored by  Royal Society of Chemistry, Analytical Division, Scottish Region, Royal Society of Chemistry, Glasgow and West of Scotland Section in University of Strathclyde, GLASGOW G1 1XL.

Comparing EU and Asia West in terms of ethics and responsible development in Energy, Water and the Environment”. In 4th ICPC Nanonet (Project of FP7 Programme of European Union ) Annual Workshop – Goa, India Monday 2nd – Wednesday 4th April 2012 Organized by Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore (

Madhulika Bhati (2013) delivered lecture on Chemical Processes in the Environment: Modelling and Application.CMMAC, Bangalore on 02.05.2013.

Bhati, M. (2013). Innovation Ecosystem of Nanowater research In India: Step towards Basic research to commercialization. International Symposium of Innovative Technology in Engineering and Science. Turkey June 06-07, 2013

Madhulika Bhati (2011) Risk Issues and Regulatory Risk Framework in Nanotechnology: A Case Study of India. International workshop on 'nanotechnology in the edge of convergence', 24-27 November 2011, Malaysia.

Report Pubished


Madhulika Bhati, P.  Kumar, Rehan Ahmed and Konchok Eshley (2015). Green Technologies: Revolution in Energy Sector, CSIR Report

Sujit Bhattacharya, A.P. Jyanthi, Shipa, Madhulika Bhati (2012) Knowledge Creation and Innovation in an Emerging Technology: Contemporary and Future Scenario in Nanotechnology. Prepared for Department of Science and Technology—NSTMIS (Government of India). December, 2012.

VipinKumar,Madhulika,Parag(2011).Countrycasestudiesonoccupationalandskills-needinthe greenbuildingsector.

Book Chapters

Madhulika Bhati (2015). Knowledge of Nano water Ecosystem through the lens of Science Citation Index Databases.In Electronic Resources and Digital Service, Pubisher DRDO

Bhattacharya, S., and Bhati, M (2013) Mapping Nanotechnology Research and Innovation Activity in India. ). India Science and Technology Volume 2 (Edited Bhattacharya, S., Kumar, N., Mandal, K., Mehra, K., Nath, P., Pohit, S., Raina, R.) Cambridge University Press: New Delhi.

Bhattacharya, S., and Bhati, M (2013) Creating Capacity for Nanotechnology Research and Innovation in India. I India Science and Technology Volume 2 (Edited Bhattacharya, S., Kumar, N., Mandal, K., Mehra, K., Nath, P., Pohit, S., Raina, R.) Cambridge University Press: New Delhi. pp. 215-221.

Madhulika bhati and Vipin Kumar (2012). Status of Green building Sector in India. India Science Report Volume II, Edited Bhattacharya, S., Kumar, N., Mandal, K., Mehra, K., Nath, P., Pohit, S., Raina, R.) Cambridge University Press: New Delhi. pp. 215-221.

Bhati, M. (2013). Risk Issues and Regulatory Risk Framework in Nanotechnology: A Case Study of India in Nanotechnology at the edge of convergence edited by COMSAT and NAM S&T Centre

Bhattacharya, S., Bhati, M, Jayanthi, A.P. and Malhotra, S.(2012) Knowledge Creation and Transformation Process in a Frontier Technology: Case Study of Nanotechnology Research in India In ‘Advances in nanotechnology’, Chapter 26, Volume 7, Westville Publishing.

Policy bulletins

Prashant Goswami, Tabassum Jamal and Madhuika Bhati (2015). Improved Air Quality through Non-disruptive Work Scheduling: A CSIR -NISTADS Mission Delhi-2017 Initiative, CSIR-NISTADS Policy Paper: PP/ 01/2015


Madhulika Bhati, Saurabh Ram Kumar and Pushkar Bansal (2015). “Nanotechnology Application in Water Sector”. ISTIP Policy Bulletin No. 6, CSIR, NISTADS.