Institute of Bio-resources and Sustainable Development (IBSD), Imphal
      is involved in conservation and sustainable utilization of bio-resources for the socio-economic
      development of the north eastern region. The Institute has taken initiatives in collaborations with
      other institutions/organizations/universities nationally and internationally relevant to the bio-
      resources for sharing and sustainable exploitation.
      Centre of Innovative and Applied Bio-processing (CIAB), Mohali is giving
      focus on secondary agriculture and catalyzing research, innovations and knowledge translation
      for production of secondary agricultural bio-products. The Institute is currently involved in
      processing of agri-farm and food industry spare biomass through chemical, biological and
      biotechnological approaches and engaged in transmitting knowledge and leads of bio-resources
      for productive processing and value additive primary and secondary agriculture bio-products for
      edible and non-edible usage.
      National Institute of Biomedical Genomics (NIBMG), Kalyani is engaged in
      accelerating genomics for health and disease and discovering genomic evidence that underpins
      disease and health-related traits. It is pursuing projects on discovery of biological and
      environmental correlations of pre-term birth and study natural histories of diseases and health
      related traits.
      Regional Centre for Biotechnology (RCB), Faridabad is providing world class
      education, training and conducts innovative research at the interface of multiple disciplines to
      create high quality human resource in disciplinary and interdisciplinary areas of biotechnology in
      a globally competitive research milieu.
      Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI),
      Faridabad is working on integrated approach in the field of medicine, science, engineering
      and technology into translational knowledge and making biomedical innovations accessible to
      public health. The Institute plays a pivotal role in NCR biotech science clusters and targeting at
      specializing in translational research and related endeavours.
      National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB), Hyderabad has taken
      initiatives on infectious diseases; brucellosis, theileriosis, babesiosis, newcastle disease virus
      (NDV), leptospirosis, toxoplasmosis, mastitis, peste des petitsruminants virus (PPR) and foot and
      mouth disease (FMD) and development of new tools for diagnosing and preventing the diseases.
      Institute of Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine (InStem),
      Bengaluru has successfully attracted outstanding investigators, who have initiated theme
      driven programmes. A key focus is given to support young investigators through a fellowship
      programme in stem cell research and applications.
      National Agri Food Biotechnology Centre (NABI), Mohali                                 engaged in
      research programmes and technologies for the biotech cluster at Mohali to make Indian
      agriculture and food industry more innovation driven, remunerative and sustainable. It is
      providing sustainable and meaningful answers towards quality nutrition and provides multiple
      biotechnological and inventive products in agriculture and food sector.