Indian Institute of Nano Science & Technology
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Karnataka is home to many such initiatives..and for Indian Institute of Nano Science & Technology to support and develop nanotechnology and reap the benefit of technology. Nanotechnology in India has started to noticed and high potential, develop and get importance in both research and commercial value.
In Karnataka research centres like Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research Centre, Indian Institute of Science and the National Centre for Biological Sciences are main research institutes which support the nano park initiative.
The focus of the Indian Institute of Nano Science & Technology will be research and development of nano materials.
Nano Park is the first of its kind in India and support to the development of medical devices, diagnostic kits and pharmaceuticals.
nanotechnology space which can provide global research opportunities and create job opening.
Karnataka state government initiated to set Nano Park in Bangalore with estimated budget allocation of Rs. 150 Crores . The park spreads 25 acres of land and building at Tumakur Road Bangalore.The Park will be on similar lines of an Information Technology Park.
The infrastructure would include a science and technology business incubator which will nurture early stage entrepreneurial ventures based on nano science and technology. In addition, there will be laboratories and clean rooms that will prove conducive for nano research.
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