Consultant Urges Malaysian Biotechs, Industries To Talk To Each Other
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A Malaysian consultant says biotechnology researchers and the industries that could benefit from their products are losing out on research grants because they are not communicating with each other. Biomillennium Consultancy's executive director said many biotech commercialization efforts have failed because of that lack of communication. Abdul Reezal said the government offers funds for research and development activities in universities, but the industrial sector has been largely inactive in investing in biotech. He urged a change in the mindset of those in industry and even on the part of some in government. (Click here for more
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