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High hopes in the air as Indian Bio-Pharma industry hits Rs. 25,000 crores riding at 15% rate

( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2021-05-07 15:00:19 )
With over 300 players in the segment, the Indian Bio-Pharma industry hits a staggering Rs. 25000 crores growing at 15% annually. This rapid growth will increase demand for healthcare services, R&D activities and provide scopes for huge demand for skilled professionals in this field.
The Indian Institute of Patent and Trademark Attorney has recognized this gap and is inviting applications for Scientific Research Project in Patent Technology and Analysis as a part of their summer training program where the interns will get a chance to get highly relevant industrial skills and analyze technological trends by working in close coordination with Research and Development team and get a chance to publish a Research Paper.
The duration of these carefully designed projects will be from one month to six months and will be on domains like Biochips, COVID-19 vaccine development, Biopesticides, Stem cells, Nanoparticle smart drugs for cancer, Immuno-oncology, etc.
The courses are designed by industry experts to give the learner an understanding of how technology goes from laboratories to the market and will enable the learner to do research in International Patented Technology.

With over 300 players in the segment, the Indian Bio-Pharma industry hits a staggering Rs. 25000 crores growing at 15% annually. This rapid growth will increase demand for healthcare services, R&D activities and provide scopes for huge demand for skilled professionals in this field.
The Indian Institute of Patent and Trademark Attorney has recognized this gap and is inviting applications for Scientific Research Project in Patent Technology and Analysis as a part of their summer training program where the interns will get a chance to get highly relevant industrial skills and analyze technological trends by working in close coordination with Research and Development team and get a chance to publish a Research Paper.
The duration of these carefully designed projects will be from one month to six months and will be on domains like Biochips, COVID-19 vaccine development, Biopesticides, Stem cells, Nanoparticle smart drugs for cancer, Immuno-oncology, etc.
The courses are designed by industry experts to give the learner an understanding of how technology goes from laboratories to the market and will enable the learner to do research in International Patented Technology.

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