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Stem cell science in India: emerging economies and the politics of globalization

Stem cell science in India: emerging economies and the politics of globalization
Stem cell science in India: emerging economies and the politics of globalization
The globalization of stem cell science is increasingly being shaped by the emerging economies of the Asia/Pacific region. Undaunted and unhampered by the more established views of the commercialization of science, countries such as India are constructing models of innovation, policies and patterns of investment that challenge such orthodoxies. This report examines the position of India within the globalization of stem cell science, its adjustments to the developing knowledge market in this field and its particular contribution to the likely future of this promising bioeconomy
1746-0751
75-89
Salter, Brian
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Cooper, Melinda
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Dickins, Amanda
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Cardo, Valentina
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Salter, Brian
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Salter, Brian, Cooper, Melinda, Dickins, Amanda and Cardo, Valentina (2007) Stem cell science in India: emerging economies and the politics of globalization. Regenerative Medicine, 2 (1), 75-89. (doi:10.2217/17460751.2.1.75).

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The globalization of stem cell science is increasingly being shaped by the emerging economies of the Asia/Pacific region. Undaunted and unhampered by the more established views of the commercialization of science, countries such as India are constructing models of innovation, policies and patterns of investment that challenge such orthodoxies. This report examines the position of India within the globalization of stem cell science, its adjustments to the developing knowledge market in this field and its particular contribution to the likely future of this promising bioeconomy

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Published date: January 2007
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 400408
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/400408
ISSN: 1746-0751
PURE UUID: a0f23243-9547-490d-8061-1cdbd009ae23
ORCID for Valentina Cardo: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1993-6058

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Last modified: 16 Jun 2020 00:35

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Author: Brian Salter
Author: Melinda Cooper
Author: Amanda Dickins
Author: Valentina Cardo ORCID iD

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