1.Centre for Waste Management
Waste management
As a part of expanding its research wing Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology (Deemed to be University) with the joint initiative of the National Solid Waste Association of India (NSWAI) has established the Centre for Waste Management.Centre for Waste Management is involved in investigating the prospects of waste in any form for effective conversion into energy and value added products. To envisage the vision, the centre has involved itself in preparing the student community to enhance their career opportunities by involving them in Waste, Energy and Environment related projects.
Contact: Dr. Dawn.S.S  - [email protected]
2. Centre for Drug Discovery and Development
Centre for Drug Discovery and Development (CDDD) was established in the year 2013 at the University with the goal to discover new chemical entities (NCEs) from natural resources to fight against life threatening infectious diseases like TB and HIV and non infectious diseases like cancer, diabetes, etc. The centre is having dedicated BSL III facility for anti TB, anti viral and anti cancer screening of natural and synthetic molecules. The centre is functioning as four major divisions such as bioprospecting, bioactivity, medicinal chemistry and proteomics & genomics. .
Contact : Dr.Wilson Aruni - [email protected]
3. Centre for Laboratory Animal Technology and Research
The Centre for Laboratory Animal Technology and Research is a new milestone of Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology . It is a state-of-art CPCSEA approved, GLP complaint lab animal facility on par with international standards. It is uniquely designed with foreign expertise to play a vital role in the global research scenario. This research centre includes sophisticated laboratories and equipments, especially for lab animals research, ultimately for the benefit of research scholars/ scientists from various disciplines.
Contact :  Dr. D. Sivaraman - [email protected]
4. Centre for Climate Change Studies
The Centre for Climate Change Studies (CCCS) was established in the year 2011 at International Research Centre (IRC) with the primary mandate of investigating the impact of predicted climate change on marine organisms associated to various ecosystems like coral reefs, seagrass meadows, seaweeds, intertidal zones and mangrove ecosystems etc.Researchers at CCCS have been actively working at Sathyabama Marine Research Station (SMRS), recently established at Rameswaram to encourage research on cutting-edge marine ecology and climate change to sustainably use, manage, and conserve natural ecosystems for the benefit of the coastal communities of Gulf of Mannar and Palk Bay regions.
Contact :  Dr. S. Prakash - [email protected]
5.Centre for Ocean Research
ocean research
Centre for Ocean Research (COR) is one of the premier research and innovation centres managed by Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology to focus on Marine Science Research and Technology. COR was established in 2007 as a joint initiative by National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) Chennai and Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology to encourage targeted sectors of Ocean Research. The main role of the centre is to facilitate a platform to the student communities from the Schools and Departments to utilize the high end instrumentation related to ocean science and research. COR is supported by the Department of Science and Technology for establishing the FIST facility, and recognized as the nodal center for Marine Biotechnological Studies by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) and established with Earth Science & Technology Cell (ESTC).
Contact :  Dr. B. Sheelarani - [email protected]