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Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Dr Jitendra Singh yesterday visited the 175 year old London Science Museum and shared the experience of the initiative of setting up similar science museums undertaken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India.

Dr Jitendra Singh said that the idea of setting up these museums is to help enable the common citizens particularly the youngsters to realise their hidden potential and sometimes even discover their inherent aptitude which they themselves may not be aware of. He said, it also ignites curiosity in them which then may help sharpen their scientific temper and inspire creative



innovation.

Dr Jitendra Singh said that India is fast emerging as the world's major bio-economy and over the last few years, it has grown by leaps and bounds when it comes to innovation and technology. He pointed out that India has developed four indigenous Vaccines in just two years. The Minister said that the Indian vaccine market is expected to reach a valuation of Rs 252 billion by 2025.
 
The Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London. It was founded in 1857. The management of the museum was particularly impressed by India’s covid success story.




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