Nishant Agarwal

Nishant has concluded his MS with a specialization in Manufacturing Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. His research focuses on the development of a low cost and a functionally effective compound finger mechanism to rectify the problem faced by conventional prostheses lacking the capability of adaptive grasp and pinch.

Nishant Agarwal

Bamboo Is a Giant Grass with a Giant Role in Sustainable Products

September 19, 2019

White pine is one of the most common timbers used in construction and it is considered a fast grower....

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Nishant Agarwal

Challenges for Dissemination of Sustainable Technologies in India

October 31, 2019

This report is available for full download to PDF. Executive Summary The sustainable development sector in India has been...

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