BIO 2008: India and Innovation

Missed Madame Piramal’s presentation, unfortunately, while running back and forth between segments of the building and the show floor. The message behind speakers at the session on Indian Biotech was clear: don’t think “low cost,” think innovation. BMS alumnus Rashmi Barbhaiya used the Nano, India’s new model car, as a metaphor. He and Ramesh Adige, director of communications at Ranbaxy, offered a glimpse of the Indian biotech landscape. For YouTube-quality video, taken by yours truly: Rashmi Barbhaiya, CEO, Advinus Therapeutics on Biotech in India Ramesh Adige, Ranbaxy Labs, on India's Biotech Efforts AMS
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