Bangalore INDIA BIO 2013, India’s premier Biotech forum renowned for calibrating the pulse of the Biotechnology Industry will be held from February 4-6, 2013 at The Lalit Ashok, Bangalore. The three day event will bring together global leaders from life sciences sector for a comprehensive overview of this rapidly changing industry.
About 900 exhibitors from 25 countries will participate in the Indian metal-cutting exposition Imtex 2013 in Bangalore later this month to showcase the latest manufacturing technologies and trends.
One of its own kind, DCDC and Kidney Clinic is a chain of specialty stand-alone kidney dialysis centers, presently on an expansion spree. IIM-Bangalore graduate Aseem Garg is the founder and MD of DCDC and Kidney Clinic.
GAIL officials Thursday held discussions with the Kerala government on the second phase of the Rs.2,915 crore project for laying underground pipelines from Kochi to Mangalore and Bangalore to transport gas.
Bangalore-based Sarga Eco-Textile was founded in 2007, thanks to IT veteran Sunil Mande’s desire to contribute to the saving the environment in his own way. SupportBiz spoke to Mande, also the firm’s Business Director. Edited excerpts:
The Indian real estate sector has seen a drop of 15 percent in private equity investments in the first three quarters of 2012 as compared to last year, a report said.
Normal life was affected in Karnataka Thursday following the call for nation-wide shutdown to oppose the diesel price hike, cap on subsidised cooking gas cylinders and allow foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail. Many IT firms declared a holiday.
Civic authorities in Bangalore want the city’s hoteliers to draw up a list of 100 hotels that can install biofuel plants onsite, within a month, according to news reports. Setting up biofuel unit within a small restaurant or a small hotel could prove dangerous because it poses a fire hazard, according to a trade body.
Farmers in five districts of the southern Karnataka state have been roped in to help improve the quality of fresh produce hitting Bangalore, India’s technology capital, according to a scientist with a horticulture research institute.
Nualgi Nano Biotech (NNB), a low profile biotech company here, is helping Americans to clean up polluted lakes. A three-acre Duck Pond in Croton-On-Hudson in New York state has been restored to normal health thanks to 'Nualgi' - an invention by NNB founder Thothathri Sampathkumar.