In life sciences and agritech, India and Israel would collaborate through an innovation bridge between the two countries as stated by an official.
According to the official statement, it stated – “An agreement has been signed for Indo-Israel Innovation Bridge to collaborate in life sciences and agritech by the city-based L (C-CAMP) and the Consul General of Israel to South India. The winners of the challenge programme will be funded up to Rs 25 lakh.”
As the country’s premier bio-sciences technology and innovation hub, C-CAMP has called for the first national-level ‘Agriculture Grand Challenge-2021’ under the Karnataka supported Centre of Excellence for agri-innovation.
Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister C.N. Ashwath Narayan, who was present on the occasion, stated that through the grand challenge programme, C-CAMP and the state government would promote entrepreneurship in the agri-sector. The Grand Challenge aims to identify innovations to address major problem areas in the Indian farm sector. For each winning start-up, funding will be given up to Rs 25 lakh with incubation, mentorship and hand-holding by C-CAMP.
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