12 May 2022 | News
The award is to recognise outstanding contributions to techno-entrepreneurship development
Bengaluru-based Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) has won the National Technology Business Incubator Award instituted by the Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India.
In a prize ceremony to mark India’s 23rd National Technology Day in New Delhi C-CAMP CEO and Director, Dr Taslimarif Saiyed received the award in presence of Minister of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Dr Jitendra Singh, Department of Biotechnology, GoI secretary, Dr Rajesh Gokhale, DST secretary, Dr S. Chandrasekhar and Techonology Development Board, GoI secretary, Rajesh Pathak.
The bioincubator established at C-CAMP with support from Bionest, BIRAC, NITI Aayog-AIM, Ktech-Govt of Karnataka, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt of India currently has 40 resident incubatees, 10 non-resident incubatees across India and the globe and has supported 25 graduated incubatees over the years.
C-CAMP has a portfolio of 5 licensed/spin-off technologies fostered by its translational research programme incubated out of C-CAMP Bioincubator.