After having T-Hub (Telangana Hub) as India's largest incubator for startups, Hyderabad has another Innovation Hub (iHub) to promote start-ups in the fields of medical and agricultural biotechnology.
The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research - Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CSIR-CCMB) have launched this innovation hub.
The iHub is a five-storey building with advanced laboratory equipment for research and innovation.
The 40,000-sq ft incubation center will house more than five start-ups per floor. It will offer a platform for translating ideas into technologies and provides a place for start-ups that seek to commercialise medical and agricultural biotechnology, said Rakesh Mishra, director of CCMB.