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- Active support from the Indian government for increased funds and infrastructure, such as biotech parks, as well as an emphasis on R&D, will help strengthen India's biotech sector in the near future, according to M.K. Bhan, M.D., secretary, department of biotechnology, and R.A. Mashelkar, director general, council for scientific ...
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