Malaysian Biotechnology Corp (BiotechCorp) has been rebranded to Malaysian Bioeconomy Development Corp (Bioeconomy Corp).
The Malaysian Government has shown strong funding support for its National Biotechnology Policy, which is now needed as it moves into its second phase.
The chairman and founder of India’s largest biotech company sees a bright future for Malaysia’s biotech ambitions, but notes that the lack of sufficient highly skilled talent could derail ambitions.
MTDC introduces boot camp for its Symbiosis graduate entrepreneurship program in its effort to accelerate commercialization of public-funded research efforts.
Following the recent launch of the Bioeconomy Transformation Program (BTP) by Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak, the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (Mosti) and Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation (Biotech Corp) announced 10 Entry Point Projects (EPPs).
With great power comes great responsibility. For Rizatuddin Ramli, the boyish-faced chief executive officer of Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd, one can say, with great investment, comes great expectations.