Public-funded institutions and government agencies are increasingly supporting India’s nascent medical technology sector either as research or funding partners. Yet, what the state is so keen to help sow is it also equally willing to nurture? Not really. Continue reading “India & med tech : the sub-optimal state”
Their first crude prototype was tested on a watermelon. Yet, six years later this Chennai-based start-up says it’s already selling its products in three continents to 150 customers – mainly labs and hospitals.
Taking the discussion on India’s indigenous medical technology landscape further, here’s a look at Chennai-based Perfint Healthcare. Continue reading “Perfint’s progress : Chennai start-up helping Indian med tech take baby steps globally”