The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), one of country’s leading think-tanks, will set up an industrial incubation facility of TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Research Centre, in Odisha.
The facility will support development of biotechnology solutions to address issues affecting agriculture, environment and energy.
The TERI-Deakin unit was set up for developing innovative nanobiotechnology-based solutions to address the current challenges in the field of agriculture and environment. It brings together the complementary expertise of TERI in agriculture, biotechnology, green energy, bio-remediation and nanotechnology and Deakin’s expertise in material, chemical and physical sciences.
The start-ups coming up at the incubation facility will have access to infrastructure facilities, equipment, and co-working space to accelerate technology development.
Entrepreneurs will also be provided required mentorship and guidance from experts in the field of biotechnology that address issues related to agriculture, environment and energy among others.
Written by Nirmalya Behera in Business Standard. Read original article here.