Archana Tiwari

Amity University

Dr. Archana Tiwari is presently working as an Associate Professor at Amity University, India. Her research interests include renewable sources of energy from microalgae and further utilization of the residual biomass for generation of value-added products, bioremediation through microalgae and microbial consortium, antioxidative enzymes and stress, nutraceuticals from microalgae. She has been working on algal biotechnology for more than fifteen years. Her research work has been published in many international journals with high impact factor. She has delivered talks as an invited speaker at many national and international conferences. Last year she was awarded ‘Researcher of the Year Award’. She has authored ten books and several chapters with renowned publishing houses. Dr. Tiwari is also the recipient of Distinguished Scientist Award for her research contribution on algal biorefinery.

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Cyanobacteria are photosynthetic microorganisms that inhabit almost all geographic locations, including oceans, caves, ponds, lakes, soil, snow, and hot springs. Their acumen to survive and succeed in a plethora of ambiance is due to their extraordinary metabolism and adaptations. Their wide applications include therapeutics, cosmeceuticals, wastewater remediation, biofuels, antioxidative enzymes, agriculture, and so on. This book highlights the important aspects pertinent to the fascinating world of cyanobacteria covering diverse topics such as electron microscopic dimension, cultivation, stress, and adaptations. This book provides insights into the world of tiny microbial factories and unravels the potentials for their futuristic innovative applications as precursors of drug molecules, eco-friendly renewable energy sources, remediation, and reservoirs of diverse value-added products for a better and brighter tomorrow.

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