An overview of technology transfer in industry
AbstractThe objective of this review article is to study how technology is transferred in the pharmaceutical industry. This review article is to discuss the procedure for technology transfer process in pharmaceutical industry, importance of technology transfer, reasons for using technology transfer, methods of technology transfer, facets of technology transfer, list of institutes in Indian assisting in technology transfer, organization of technology transfer, function of technology transfer, steps involved in technology transfer, few case of involved in the technology transfer in the pharmaceutical industry and understand the aspects related with technology transfer.
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