SRISTI is a developmental voluntary organization set up to strengthen the creativity of grassroots inventors, innovators and ecopreneurs engaged in conserving biodiversity and developing eco-friendly solutions to local problems. Here, on the website of SRISTI, you can read about its activities and participate in them, download its newsletter honeybee and research papers and much more...More Details
Sattvik 2017 - 15th Traditional Food Festival 23rd to 25th December, 2017

The book "The Innovation President" was released in presence of The President, President-elect, Vice President, Prime Minister of India and Dr R A Mashelkar, Prof Anil K Gupta and at Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Centre on 24th July, 2017.

Summer school 2017

Shodh Yatra 40th at Jammu & Kashmir (Gurez Valley)

BIIS: Opportunity for technology students to work on grassroots innovations

 SRISTI (Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions) in collaboration with BIRAC (Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council, Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India) is organizing a three-week BIIS (Biotech Innovation Ignition School) for validating, value adding and product development around grassroots innovations. The BIIS will develop solutions for grassroots applications forhuman, animals, and agricultural applications including herbal technologies, medical devices and microbial application. The BIIS-2 will be held at Ahmedabad, February 5-26, 2018.It is likely that some other institutes like GSBTM,LJ Group of Institution, PERD etc.,  may also join the school.

The selected students will be assigned individual projects in primarily four action-research areas drawing upon the Honey Bee Network Database:-

1. Pharmacognosy/Phytochemistry - SRISTI’s Grassroots database contains many traditional knowledge practices as well contemporary innovations from across the country. These projects would involve validation/value addition to these practices. A few of these practices are presented here-,