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June 7th, 2006
Kalam tells biomedical scientists to participate in proteomics project
Dr. Kalam said India should become the leader in drug production by 2020 by capturing at least 20 per cent of the $600 billion pharmaceutical market. The country had core competence in producing cost-effective pharmaceutical products, he added. He said there were opportunities in the field of nanotechnology. With the emergence of nanotechnology, there was convergence of nano-bio-info technologies, resulting in new devices, which had wider applications in structure, electronics, and healthcare and space systems.
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