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1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY IN INDIA
P. K. Ghosh, Ph D Managing Director KEE GAD Biogen Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi (Former Adviser DBT, GOI) March 06, 2009

2 Government Departments DBT DST DSIR DRDO DOE & Others
INDIAN EFFORTS TO SUSTAIN EMINENCE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY: MOSTLY A GOVERNMENT EFFORT Government Departments DBT DST DSIR DRDO DOE & Others Autonomous Institutions CSIR ICAR ICMR UGC/AICTE Institutions Other Institutions P. K. Ghosh

3 INDIAN BIOTECH IN GLOBAL CONTEXT
Publications and Patents filings on the rise Leadership in innovation is yet narrow R&D Institutes & Universities low in Global ranking Research in Industry not significant yet Innovation and Application not strongly linked Academia not ready to take risk for a venture P. K. Ghosh

4 HEALTH & WEALTH: INDEX FOR DEVELOPMENT
A Country is highly developed if it has…… Break through remedies for major diseases like: Cardiovascular diseases Cancer Viral Diseases Killer Bacterial Diseases Abundant availability of Clothing, Food & Drinking water Sound Knowledge and Practice of good Hygiene High Quality Jobs Technologically Advanced Industries In all the above areas Biotech can make a contribution…. P. K. Ghosh

5 SKILLS THAT REVOLUTIONIZED BIOTECHNOLOGY
Protein & DNA Chips & Microarrays PCR Technology Bio-Informatics Microscopy and Imaging SKILLS THAT REVOLUTIONIZED BIOTECHNOLOGY rDNAs & MAbs LC-MS & MALDI-TOP Chromatography & Electrophoresis P. K. Ghosh Flow-cytometry & Cell Sorting Techniques Proteins & Nucleotide sequencing

6 TOP CONCERNS OF INDIAN BIOTECH INDUSTRY
Scarce availability of leaders for company specific needs Inadequate availability of skilled work force Limited resources for research- Internal & External Maintenance of Confidentiality Issues of Intellectual Property Bridging issues between R&D Institutions & Industry Demanding statutory requirements Biased concerns about products by opinion makers Limited linkage between Industry need & Public research P. K. Ghosh

7 BENEFITS OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BY R&D INSTITUTES
To push discovery into the market To attract Funding & Industrial Partnership Budding skills can be placed into rewarding projects To earn rewards through income & fame Obliged to be transparent by disclosers – Projects, Employees, Sponsors etc. Economic development and Societal uplift P. K. Ghosh

8 BIOTECH APPLICATIONS GM- Planting Mats. & Hybrids Micro-propagation
Bio-fertilizers & Bio-pesticides Animal Improvement r-DNA Products, Vaccines & Diagnostics Monoclonal Antibodies Stem Cells Tissue Specific delivery methods Agriculture Health Care BIOTECH APPLICATIONS Environment Industry Enzymes Fermentation based Products & Food Biotech Instruments & Equipment Bio-energy & Bio-fuel Bioinformatics Bio-mining Soil & Water remediation Bio-safety & GMOs P. K. Ghosh

9 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: HEALTH CARE
rDNA Products & MAbs Cloning, Cell multiplication, Product separation & Formulations Choice of technologies Stem Cell Manipulation Isolation, purification & multiplication of tissue specific stem cells Expertise in Cell re-programming to pluripotency Over expression of certain Genes for Cell re-programming Retro & Non-retroviral means of over expression of target genes Tissue Specific Delivery Technologies Choice of Bio-degradable polymers & modification methods Choice of technologies for production of precise Nano-particles P. K. Ghosh

10 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: AGRICULTURE
GM- Seeds: Varieties & Hybrids Choice of right materials Cloning, Micro-propagation & Field Testing Generation of Food & Environmental Safety Information Extensive Public-Private Collaboration involving Opining Makers Animal Improvement Land & Aquatic Animals Identification for Multiplication Choice of Exotic Animal germplasm & Multiplication methods Feed & Fodder Production technologies P. K. Ghosh

11 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: INDUSTRY & ENVIRONMENT
r-DNA methods of producing Enzymes Fermented Food & Beverages Software Development for use in Biotech operations Biotech Instruments through Electronics, Software & New Materials Biomass Multiplication & Bio-fuel Environment Biosafety Information generation for commercial use of GMOs Degraded/ Polluted Soil & Water Remediation methods P. K. Ghosh

12 BIOTECH PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TREND
Drugs & Pharmaceuticals for Human Isolating/Developing & Multiplying Totipotent Stem Cells Genetically Modified Seeds for Agriculture Instruments for Biotechnology Bioinformatics P. K. Ghosh

13 Biotech drugs innovation process
Marketing feedback analysis Strong Industry Motivation for Success Production Unit setting up & implementation into valuable form Phase I, II, III Studies Marketing Strategy Animal Studies Actors Pilot Development Money Spent Technology Development & Transfer Proof of Concept Regulatory Approval R&D Institutes New Idea/ Research 5 10 15 Time (Years)

14 WHAT ARE THE SURVIVAL LANES?
To Intensify Basic Research To Develop Novel Methods for Bio-generics Mass Production of Multivalent Vaccines Mass Production of Cheap Diagnostics Novel Drug Delivery & Nanotechnology GM Varieties from Public Institutions Micro-propagation of elites Industrial Enzymes by r-DNA technology Mass Composting of wastes Enzyme Enriched Food & Neutraceuticals Bio-energy & Bio-fuels P. K. Ghosh

15 Turbulence ahead… THANK YOU P. K. Ghosh


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