The biotech startup ecosystem in India has been steadily growing over the past few years. This rapid growth has been driven by several factors such as government support, an increase in venture capital funding, and a steadily growing entrepreneurial culture. The Indian government has played a significant role in the development of the biotech startup ecosystem. The government established several publicprivate partnerships to support the biotech sector.
These institutions provide funding and support to biotech startups in the form of grants, mentorship programs, and access to... >>More
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