India's Biovalley Incubation Council — a business incubation hub for the nutraceutical and biotech sectors — has signed an MoU with two firms to boost the commercialisation prospects of products spanning nutraceuticals, functional foods and clinical nutrition.Read More
Visakhapatnam: The BioValley Incubation Council (BVIC) is created as part of a vibrant sector specific ecosystem being nurtured at the Andhra Pradesh Med Tech Zone (AMTZ), Visakhapatnam.
BVIC is India’s only dedicated innovation facility catering to convergence technologies relevant to India. The BioValley has created a platform to incubate emerging ideas in the fields of wearable technologies, IoMT, Nutratech, Biotech, and AI. This will integrate the healthcar
Several scientists from 20 premier research institutes based in the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland have come forward to partner with the consortium formed by the Kalam Institute of Health Technology (KIHT), India’s first medical devices park AP MedTech Zone (AMTZ), Tata Steel and Indian Institute of Science-Bangalore, in developing medical implants.
KIHT executive director and AMTZ CEO Jitendar Sharma told The Hindu on Saturday on the sidelines of the second meetin
Kalam Institute of Health Technology hosts a day-long annual review on the Translational Centre of Excellence in Biomaterials for Orthopedic and Dental Applications
The event showcased inventions in health technology across the country
Visakhapatnam: The Kalam Institute of Health Technology (KIHT) at the AP MedTech Zone, in the city hosted a day-long annual review meeting on the Translational Centre of Excellence in Biomaterials for Orthopedic and Dental Ap
Indian 3D printing service bureau, think3D, has opened a new 3D printing facility for medical device manufacturing. The facility is located in the AP MedTech Zone, a manufacturing park for medical equipment in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Nara Chandrababu Naidu inaugurated the new 3D printing center.
Visakhapatnam: Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Suresh Prabhu expressed the need for an enabling ecosystem to help evolve the industry of medical devices in India. The Minister looks forward to achieve this through Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ). Suresh Prabhu inaugurated National Medical Devices Promotion Council, Centre for Medical Equipment Procurement with Global e-Market and Centre for Patents for Biomedical Equipment at AMTZ on Saturday. On the occasion, he spo
The three-day conference of the 4th WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices on the final day on Saturday saw signing of MoUs envisaging an investment of $150 million at the AP MedTech Zone, touted as India’s first medical devices manufacturing park.
An official of AMTZ told The Hindu that in all, 10 MoUs were signed at the conference. The investments i
Radiation hazards in using medical devices, such as x-ray machine, are grossly neglected in the country and most hospitals and diagnostic centres do not comply with the stipulated safety norms, according to Mohammed Amir, a researcher.
He was presenting a paper at a session on regulation of medical devices on Saturday, the concluding day, at the three-day WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices at AP Medtech Zone.
He said a study conducted in five states had shown that there was very little aw
Around 240 companies will manufacture medical equipment at the Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone (AMTZ), generating 25,000 jobs, after its completion.
VISAKHAPATNAM: Around 240 companies will manufacture medical equipment at the Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone (AMTZ), generating 25,000 jobs, after its completion. The first phase of the AMTZ was inaugurated by Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu at Pedagantyada in Visakhapatnam district on Thursday.