The Telangana state Government has announced strategic plans for the formation of a Life Sciences GCC Consortium bringing together all the Lifesciences GCCs in Hyderabad. The Government aimed at creating a collaborative ecosystem fostering innovation, knowledge sharing, and collective growth within the life sciences GCCs. State Industries minister D Sridhar Babu announced this at the valedictory of the BioAsia 2024 in Hyderabad last evening.

The government also launched the Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution in Life Sciences (C4IR). The C4IR is the first thematic centre focused on healthcare and life sciences in

Telangana. This is in collaboration with the World Economic Forum. The Minister further informed that the C4IR is aligned with three focus areas- skilling to provide livelihoods and growth opportunities; health profiling of every citizen, and creating clinical registries for better evidence-based therapies to market. New partnerships were forged as Sweden-headquartered Garmin Health launched a hackathon with C4IR. The C4IR also signed an MoU with the National University of Singapore to empower and design innovative clinical trials that will facilitate development and skilling programmes. 

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