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BIRAC completes 7 years, to hold its Foundation Day on 19-20th...

The Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) will mark the completion of its seven years by organizing an event at Delhi where stakeholders from bioscience industry will deliberate on nurturing innovations to empower India...………….

C-CAMP hosts US FDA workshop for start-ups & innovators addressing anti...

The Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) organized a one-day workshop on ‘US FDA Regulatory Approval Process for Anti-microbials’ on 6th March 2019 at C-CAMP, Bengaluru....................

Helloscience backed innovators to find solutions to Bengaluru’s water woes

Backed by Grundfos and Novozymes, HelloScience Lab is setting out to be a first of its kind, collaborative experiment with global and local partners to work actively with SDG 6 (clean water and sanitation) to address Bengaluru’s water urban challenges...……….

Agri-incubation centers are encouraging new startups: R M Singh

As per the union agriculture minister, Radha Mohan Singh, the technologies developed by ICAR have significantly contributed to increase in agriculture production. The ARYA and student READY schemes are proving to be very effective in attracting...…………...

Dr Renu Swarup Exclusive: “I am sure BIRAC will scale up...

Watch and read the exclusive FACE TO FACE interaction of Renu Swarup, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology and Chairperson, Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) with the BioVoice's Rahul Koul....................

Challenging innovators to think out of box!

In a bid to create novel innovations having societal value cutting across verticals within the bioscience sector, the challenges are being thrown up towards potential innovators under one of its first kind of mega initiatives in India...................

Distributed incubation may help promote grassroots innovations

Besides distributed incubation facilities, a recent roundtable also came up with the idea of ‘value addition centres’ which should be open for all innovators so that prototypes of innovations could be further developed and converted into marketable products.............

Govt announces skill development training programmes at Krishi Vigyan Kendras

Union Agriculture Minister, Radha Mohan Singh has emphasized that the government believes agriculture must be developed as a private enterprise so that it attracts more youth...............

15th edition of BioAsia 2018 concludes with highest ever participation

This time the event witnessed highest ever participation of 1,757 delegates from bioscience sector besides 1,250 partnering meetings conducted on the sidelines leading to key strategic decisions...........

“Good to find India well represented in fight against anti-microbial resistance”

Mentioned Mr Daniel Berman, Lead-Longitude Prize, Nesta, UK who besides sharing his views on the Indian bioscience sector also talked about the steps taken by Nesta to help Indian innovators to speed up their R&D to develop affordable diagnostic solutions. Read his detailed insights........