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Medical Devices

Manufacturing gaining lost momentum in Q-4: FICCI survey

The survey indicated that capacity utilisation witnessed a jump in Q3 for automotive, capital goods, electronics and electrical, medical devices sectors such hike it remained slow or subdued in textile and leather sectors

Tech Mahindra acquires 70% stake in Perigord

This acquisition will help Tech Mahindra to augment expertise in the global pharmaceutical, healthcare and life science (HLS) sectors, the company said in a statement.

TS life sciences attracts Rs 3,700 cr investments in last year

Vision of growing the industry to over $100 billion by 2030 looks plausible, says KTR

Stable regulatory environment needed for medical technology sector: MTaI

Senior doctors, who are part of the high-risk population, still have low confidence to visit hospitals and perform surgeries safely.

3D printing enables swift response to Covid-19 amid disruptions

The 3D printing technology also served as an alternative and more efficient manufacturing option to keep up with the demand for nasopharyngeal (NP) swabs.

Centre to soon come up with an exclusive R&D policy for pharma sector: Official

"Indian pharmaceutical Industry is the third largest in the world by volume and 14th in terms of value even as it contributes 3.5 per cent of the total medicines exported globally."

India needs to revolutionise drug research with AI: Dassault Systemes

"We intend to be a catalyst and technology enabler behind all the new opportunities evolving in the life sciences industry in India."

IISc, TalentSprint join hands to offer Advanced Certificate Programmes

Hyderabad: The Indian Institute of Science has signed a multi-year partnership with TalentSprint and the Advanced Certification Programme in Digital Health & Imaging is...

Operating cargo flights to bring essential medical supplies: Blue Dart

"Blue Dart is working on a two-pronged strategy to prepare the logistics infrastructure for being future ready and ensure both lines operate smoothly."

NASA steps in to help develop COVID-19 solutions

The US space agency on Friday said its Armstrong Flight Research Center partnered with Antelope Valley Hospital, the City of Lancaster, Virgin Galactic, The Spaceship Company (TSC)

Agatsa exploring new unit in Telangana

Medical devices maker scouting for locations in south to set up a large facility

Condoms to be treated as drugs now

Senior health officials point out that condoms contain lubricants and additives, and such products should not have toxic substances, which are likely to produce allergies

Govt to launch campaign to eliminate TB by 2025: Sitharaman

The government has allocated Rs 1.23 lakh crore for rural development and Panchayati raj while Rs 1.6 lakh crore was earmarked for agriculture and allied activities.

Pharmexcil to host iPHEX in Noida in May

iPHEX is one of the major initiatives of the Pharmexcil to showcase Indian pharma as the most affordable, sustainable and high quality compliant drugs in the world

UK businesses keen to come to TS: UKIBC

UKIBC is an industry body that offers insights, networks, policy advocacy, services and facilities to the UK businesses for flourishing trade in India.

Central nod for medical devices park in Sangareddy

IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao, who laid the foundation stone for the Medical Devices Park in June 2017, had said 14 companies had come forward to set up their units at the facility, coming up over 250 acres

Hyderabad will be medical devices hub soon: KTR

SMT chairman Dhirajlal Kotadia and managing director Bhargav Kotadia, called on Rama Rao at his office on Saturday and explained about their plans to establish the medical devices manufacturing unit which was proposed during the latter's term as Minister of IT and Industries

Copy proof technology

Novel 'unclonable' tag may help combat counterfeiters

Diagnostics a promising career

The industry basically deals with hospitals, diagnostics, medical devices, and medical tourism.

S3V Vascular launches new catheter

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