NEW DELHI: Biotechnology and nanotechnology are among five key technologies that have the maximum potential to stimulate growth in Indian manufacturing and also serve national security priorities, a new study said today.
Micro and nanoelectronics, photonics, and advanced materials are the other three areas identified by the new study, which expressed concern over the "abysmal" participation of the private sector in research and development.
Make in India: How could we be strategic?', the study by Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), a green think tank, identified "five key technologies as having the maximum potential to stimulate growth in Indian manufacturing -- biotechnology, nanotechnology, micro and nanoelectronics, photonics, and advanced materials".
The report has been released days after the introduction of the National Capital Goods Policy during the Make in India Week programme in Mumbai recently. ..