The Â‘Synthetic BiologyÂ’ Sector produces a ray of hope when proponents predict future developments of applications ranging from synthetic fuel, food crops, bio-electronic devices, synthetically made body parts and so on. The list is long and produces a sense of both hope and incertitude vis-Ă -vis the fulfilment of such objectives. One needs to groom this discipline like a gifted child. Therefore, all the intricacies must be defined, implemented and followed rigorously. The rationale of this paper is to assess and compare existing performance of the Indian synthetic biology sector with the global situation and identify four key sub-domains (a) techno-economic,(b) health and environment, (c) social and human resources development, and (d) legal and administrative) that are likely to nourish the sector in future.
Pawan K Dhar; Exploring the Future of Synthetic Biology in India and its Probable Pathways from Infancy to Maturity
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