MEMS, Microfluidics & Nanoelectronics (MMNE) lab is working towards realizing futuristic smart sensors and intelligent energy harvesters encompassing various multidisciplinary domains. This include micro/nanoelectronics; 3D printed sensors/actuators; microfluidics; miniaturized Bio/Chemical Fuel Cells; Solar cells; Bio-Electro-Chemical sensors; printed/flexible/wearable/implantable devices; Bio-MEMS etc. MMNE lab has a multitude of fabrication and testing capabilities such as soft-lithography, inkjet printing, 3D Printing, direct UV/CO2/Visible laser writing, paper-based devices, different types of microscopies, electrochemical/optical detection setups, Solar simulators, high-speed vision etc. The global industry-academia-government collaboration of MMNE lab is directed at addressing scientific gaps and developing relevant technology while imparting state-of-the-art knowledge in the field.