analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo give the industry an opportunity to stay informed about the latest products from laboratory technology up to analytical instruments. The innovations demonstrated at the two trade fairs will feature interdisciplinary sectors. The shows take place from 8-10 October, 2015, at the Hitex Exhibition Center in Hyderabad.
With the growth of the pharmaceutical industry, there are global players entering the Indian market. Awareness about healthcare has caused innovation in the pharmaceutical sector and lead to the introduction of new drugs. Usage of drugs in the market is predicted at 70 billion rupee and can be brought down to less than 10 billion rupee if doctors prescribed medicines by their generic names. Recently the Telangana States Drugs Control Administration (TSDCA) has identified approximately 21 drugs that were sold and were not of the standard quality that was certified by the government, hence becoming a rising concern. M.R. Pradeep, Deputy Drugs Controller from the Drugs Control Department of the State of Kerala in India, said in an interview that good manufacturing practices and good laboratory practices help ensure 99 percent standard quality in drugs. Challenges for the pharmaceutical industry will also be discussed in the supporting program of analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo.
Concurrently with the trade fairs, the power packed analytica Anacon India conference will be taking place. Latest industry trends, techniques and methods bridge the gap between science and industry. At this year's conference an international session on "Research & Regulations: Challenges for the Pharmaceutical Industry" will touch upon topics like regulatory aspects and analytical technologies in clinical diagnosis. Speakers at the conference will be international experts like Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Maret from the King's College London, Tadeusz Gorecki from the University of Waterloo in Canada or Prof. Dr. Peter Kuban from the Central European Institute of Technology - to name a few. Furthermore, food safety will also play a big part in this year's program which will focus on the latest testing equipment and the according laboratory technology. Another attractive topic will be the workshop on "How to setup a Laboratory" which highlights the necessary needs to start one's own laboratory business in India.
analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo will attract more than 8,500 visitors from various domains like, pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical, health care, food, electrical engineering and electronics, medical laboratory, medicine, universities, research institutes and more. With the attendance of major international and domestic leaders in the sector of analytical instruments, the twin expos promise to showcase innovative and high quality equipment.
"Analytical and scientific instruments are indispensable tools in R&D and quality control. The trade fairs will provide visitors with the latest developments in the areas of analytics, laboratory, biotechnology as well as scientific instruments and technology", says Harsh Vardhan, Minister, Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences of the Indian Government
analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo are also supported by Indian Analytical Instruments Association (IAIA), Bulk Drug Manufacturers Association (BDMA), Confederation of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry (CIPI), Indian Chemical Council (ICC), Oil Technologists' Association of India (OTAI) and SPECTARIS - German Hightech Industry Association.