Contract Manufacturing sees 20% growth in India
Contract Manufacturing sees 20% growth in India

Publish on 9/28/2015 04:09:40 PM

The past few decades have been very productive for India, as it took a major leap from pharmaceutical production, to include contract manufacturing. As per the President of the Indian Drug Manufacturers’ Association (IDMA), Mr S V Veerramani, the overall pharma contract manufacturing industry is growing at 20%, providing a burgeoning opportunity for small and medium enterprises. The current market value is estimated at 50% of the domestic production, which roughly translates to US$ 5.3 bn. Multinationals hold a generous 20-25% stake in the domestic pharmaceutical market.
Data shows M&A activity increases 44.5% in India
Data shows M&A activity increases 44.5% in India

Publish on 9/11/2015 05:09:21 PM

Exports and domestic market valued at over $15 billion each, with India expected to take 25% of biosimilars market over the next five years
Life Sciences Ingredients 2016
Pharmaceuticals, Food, Cosmetics, Personal and Home Care Ingredients, Raw Materials and Technologies Exhibition: Life Sciences Ingredients 2016

Publish on 7/10/2015 06:07:06 PM

Life Sciences Ingredients 2016, which comprises all components of life, will be held concurrently with Chem Show Eurasia which is the largest and most comprehensive meeting point of the Chemical Industry in Turkey and Eurasia, by gathering the companies operating in the fields of Pharmaceuticals, Food, Cosmetics, Personal and Home Care Ingredients, Raw Materials and Technologies between 10-12 November 2016.
Corning’s MACOR® Glass Ceramic
Corning’s MACOR® Glass Ceramic Available for Precision Medical Industries in Asia

Publish on 7/10/2015 11:07:38 AM

Versatile, market-leading machinable material ideal for medical and laboratory applications.
New study reveals microtubule retina band for energy transfer
New study reveals microtubule retina band for energy transfer

Publish on 7/2/2015 05:07:29 PM

The microtubules serve as the transport medium for energy needed for vision. 
Study links statin to higher aggression in women
Study links statin to higher aggression in women

Publish on 7/1/2015 05:07:46 PM

The research finds statin lowers aggressive behavior in men while affecting testosterone and sleep.
Early, repeated exposure to antibiotics may affect children’s development
Early, repeated exposure to antibiotics may affect children’s development

Publish on 7/1/2015 05:07:38 PM

A new research points to weight gain, larger bone development, and gut microbiome disruption resulting from antibiotics intake. 
Biodegradable silicon transistors from wood-based nanomaterial
Biodegradable silicon transistors from wood-based nanomaterial

Publish on 7/1/2015 05:07:07 PM

UW-Madison researchers highlight the potential use of cellulose nanofibrillated in making green, portable electronic devices.  

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