Press Trust of India|May 6, 2021
IIT-Kanpur collaborates With I2Cure for research on molecular iodine
IIT-K would also work with I2Cure to develop new ‘Made in India' products.
NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur (IIT-K) has collaborated with I2Cure (P) Ltd, for all future research on Molecular iodine-based products that would be undertaken by the Biological Sciences & Bioengineering wing of the institute.
Under the terms of the agreement, I2Cure future products would be incubated at IIT-Kanpur. As per a release issued by the institute, IIT-K would also work with I2Cure to develop new ‘Made in India' products for global markets, especially in tackling long-term problems in the space of Human Preventive Health, Veterinary science (FMD, Bovine Mastitis, Dermatitis), and Agri products.
Ashok Kumar, BSBE (Biological Sciences & Bioengineering at IIT Kanpur) added, “We are thrilled to welcome one of our 50 most distinguished alumni back to the campus & work towards creating lasting solutions for humans, bovine as well as agricultural problems plaguing India & the world. We’re excited about the prospects of IIT-K researched and curated solutions getting global attention. Our faculty & research scholars are also excited about mutually sharing knowledge with acclaimed scientists like Dr. Jack Kessler. IIT-K is known for its ‘intensive and cutting edge research’ approach and we’re confident of partnering other Indian Institutions and Govt. labs to lead India into the next leap.”
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