This year, BioAsia (a biotechnology business convention held in Telegana, India) will partner with the UK.
Jayesh Ranjan, a prominent part of Telegana’s administrative group, publicised this information. He said that “the UK holds a phenomenal reputation for its prestigious life-sciences industry and its brilliance in academia and industry, coupled with the expertise it brings from its pool of centers of scientific excellence.”
“This year, BioAsia (a biotechnology business convention held in Telegana, India) will partner with the UK“
British Deputy High Commissioner Gareth Wynn Owen explained that “there is increasing interest from innovation centres, start-ups, and universities in the UK to collaborate, invest in and engage with Lifesciences in India.”
British businesses view BioAsia as a chance to expand their collaborations with India's expanding biotech sector.
The convention will focus on the topic “Advancing for ONE: Shaping the next generation of humanized healthcare” and be held in the state’s capital on the 24th, 25th and 26th February.
The event will see the conglomeration of eminent corporations, businesspeople, scientists, and academics to talk about how they can progress healthcare.
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