Synthetic biology may be in its infancy in India, however, the institutional, regulatory and research ecosystem is well knitted and in place. Nevertheless, there are certain issues which require attention e.g., demarcation of duties and responsibilities among various spheres of influence within the institutional ecosystem and clearly defining legal standards and definitions. These issues have been dealt in detail in Regulation and Governance of Synthetic Biology in India of this essay.
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