Virtual Workshop

Plant Mediated Green Synthesis of Metal Based Nanoparticles: Biocompatibility, Applications and Challenges

Green Synthesis, Plant-Mediated Synthesis, Metal Nanoparticles, Biocompatibility, Sustainable synthesis, Biomolecules, Plant Extracts, Nanotechnology, Environmental Friendly, Synthesis, Biomedical Applications, Agricultural Applications, Nanoparticle Characterization, Toxicity Assessment, Reproducibility, Scalability, Applications and Potentials, Reducing Agents, Stabilizing Agents.

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Virtual (Google Meet)
Mentor Based
1.5 Hours/Day


The program on Plant Mediated Green Synthesis of Metal Based Nanoparticles: Biocompatibility, Applications, and Challenges focuses on a fascinating field of scientific research that harnesses the power of plants to synthesize metal-based nanoparticles in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner.


The aim of Plant Mediated Green Synthesis of Metal Based Nanoparticles: Biocompatibility, Applications, and Challenges is to advance scientific knowledge, promote sustainable practices, and explore the potential applications of metal-based nanoparticles synthesized using plant-mediated green synthesis.

Courses Objectives

  • Understanding Green Synthesis
  • Knowledge of Plant Species and Extracts
  • Synthesis Techniques
  • Nanoparticle Characterization
  • Biocompatibility and Toxicity Assessment
  • Exploration of Applications
  • Addressing Challenges and Future Directions

Courses Structure

Day 1: Introduction to Nanotechnology, Nanoparticles, Green Nanotechnology and Green Synthesis

  • Introduction to plant mediated green synthesis of MBNPs
  • Advantages of green synthesis over other synthesis methods
  • Advantages of plants over other biomaterials in green synthesis
  • Taxonomic and evolutionary aspects of plants for setting the guidelines of plant selection
  • Introduction to different chemical and physical methods of nanoparticle synthesis
  • Selection of plants & plant parts, authentication and processing of plant samples
  • Selection of extraction method and solvent (aqueous or organic)
  • Synthesis methods of MBNPS
  • Purification and harvesting of MBNPs
  • Size, shape and surface properties of nanoparticles with special reference to surface plasmon resonance (SPR).
  • Instrumental analysis (UV-Vis spectrophotometer, Zetasizer, FTIR, SEM, TEM, XPS, CD) of MBNPs.
  • General mechanisms (bio-reduction of metallic cations)
  • Special mechanism (case studies)
  • Unexplored avenues

Day 2:  Biocompatibility and Applications Aspects of Plant Mediated Green Synthesized Metal Based Nanoparticles

  • Plants have big role in conferring biocompatibility
  • The purity of MBNPs influence the biocompatibility
  • Cytotoxicity studies
  • Cellular Responses to MBNPs, Metal Homeostasis
  • Biocompatibility of MBNPs and Epigenetics
  • Biocompatibility versus Nanobiocompatibility, application of QSAR & IMA
  • Studies with Animal Models, pre-clinical and clinical studies
  • A generalized view of diverse applications of MBNPs

Day 3: Practical Applications, Challenges and Regulatory Aspects of Plant Mediated Green Synthesized Metal Based Nanoparticles

  • Case studies with reference to Biomedical, Environmental and Agricultural Applications
  • Success Stories of MBNPs application
  • Challenges in the application of MBNPs
  • Emerging Trends and Future Directions in the Field
  • Setting of regulatory guidelines as National level
  • Collaborative Research Opportunities and Funding Resources

Q & A and Discussion with Experts

Participant’s Eligibility

Graduates,Post Graduates,Research Scholars,Academicians,Industry Professionals of Nanotechnology, Chemistry, Materials Science, Biotechnology, Environmental Science

Important Dates

Registration Ends

Indian Standard Timing 02:00 PM

Courses Dates

2023-07-18 to 2023-07-20
Indian Standard Timing 03:00 PM

Courses Outcomes

  1. Enhanced understanding of plant-mediated green synthesis techniques for metal-based nanoparticles.
  2. Proficiency in conducting plant-mediated green synthesis experiments.
  3. Ability to select appropriate plant species and extract bioactive compounds for nanoparticle synthesis.
  4. Skill in characterizing metal-based nanoparticles using spectroscopy, microscopy, and particle size analysis.
  5. Knowledge of biocompatibility assessment techniques for evaluating nanoparticle safety.
  6. Understanding of the potential applications of metal-based nanoparticles in various fields.
  7. Identification of challenges and solutions related to plant-mediated green synthesis.
  8. Increased awareness of sustainability and eco-friendly practices in nanoparticle synthesis.

Fee Structure


INR. 999
USD. 35

Ph.D. Scholar / Researcher

INR. 1199
USD. 40

Academician / Faculty

INR. 1499
USD. 50

Industry Professional

INR. 1999
USD. 75





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