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Basic Biotechniques for Bioprocess and Bioentrepreneurship
2023, 455-469

Commercialization and technology transfers of bioprocess

Amit Setha, Aditya Banyalb, Pradeep Kumarb

Department of Life Sciences (Botany), Manipur University, Imphal, India.

Abstract

Bioprocess technology development and implementation is correlated with high hopes for reducing environmental impacts and risks, particularly in terms of depletion of resources, positive socioeconomic impacts, expectations for new innovative products and processes, and rural growth. Major challenges faced during research and development activities contain unexpected technological manufacturing difficulties, restricted marketing experience, and inadequate preclinical safety/risk management. Increasing the involvement of educational institutions in the translation process, linking research scientists with process development and industry professionals and developing academic-industry collaborations would facilitate the effective bioprocess development. Therefore, developing specific regulatory guidelines and regulations for production, quality control and commercialization approaches will be crucial to a successful development. Effective transfer technologies empower countries to make productive use of their natural and human resources. The transfer of technology is a path for access to new and evolving technologies. This chapter discusses some of the strategies that affect exchange of knowledge in technology transfer and recent developments in university, business, and government relations.

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