Dr. Shruti Shukla is currently working as a Senior Scientist (Fellow) at TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre, India. She is also awarded the DBT-Ramalingaswamy Re-Entry fellowship in 2019 which she initiated with the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM), India. Dr. Shukla is having more than 10 years abroad experience as Assistant Professor in the field of Food Science, Biomaterials and Biosensing at South Korean Universities. Her research interests are to explore rapid immuno-detection techniques, nano-sensors for food pathogens and toxins, oriental fermentation & functional foods, nano-formulations and nano-sensing for food & agricultural safety. She has published more than 100 articles in the worlds’ most prestigious SCI-indexed journals. She is also serving the editorial role in various prestigious international journals. Dr. Shukla obtained her master’s degree in Microbiology from Jiwaji University and Doctorate in Botany/ Life Sciences from Dr. H.S Gour Central University, Sagar, India. Her continuous research interests are to explore new techniques with nano-micro structures for fabricating sensing and food-agricultural toxicant adsorbing devices. She has completed a few international research projects in the field of fermented foods and their safety aspects and developed multiplexed portable sensor devices. Recently, she has also captured a DBT-NER research grant with North–Eastern research institutions for developing functional nano-coatings for prolonged shelf-life of fruits and vegetables.