Biochemize from Catalonia and Polyclone from Bengaluru signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the field of Enzyme Engineering – an area with many applications across the interdisciplinary subsectors of biotechnology.
This collaboration came about as a result of the European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC) EU-India biotechnology mission last year, where a partnering session was organized to foster EU-India business and research relationships.
Dr. Geetha Swamilingiah (Biotechnology Sector Specialist, EBTC) recent said that “We at EBTC are more than happy to help both companies to seal the deal while helping them to address a few of the issues related to the regulatory frameworks, IPR issues and technology transfer hurdles moving forward.”
This collaboration will help to reach sinergies between experimental work and in silico models.
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