In Pfizer, J&J’s Innovation Centers, Incubators Lie Paths To Indian Innovation
Pfizer India Has Two Start-ups Close To Commercialization
Executives from J&J, Pfizer and Johns Hopkins share ideas on driving Indian biopharma innovation via innovation centers and incubators set up in association with academic institutions. On the other side of the table, Indian academia highlights the need for industry participation in skill building and the perils of ‘targeted thinking’
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