BITS- The Birla Institute of Technology & Science, BITS Pilani is an all-India Institute for higher education. The primary motive of BITS is to "train young men and women able and eager to create and put into action such ideas, methods, techniques, and information".
Over the years, BITS has provided the highest quality technical education to students from all over India admitted on the basis of merit. Its graduates may be found throughout the world in all areas of engineering, science, and commerce. BITS symbolizes the maturing of Indian technical ability and "can-do" entrepreneurial spirit, especially as derived from the private sector.
BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus is to eventually have ten centres in order to step up activities in research and development in pharmaceutics, mechanics, computer technology and construction engineering.
The British Society of Toxicological Pathology (BSTP) was founded in 1985 as an organisation primarily for pathologists working in the field of toxicological pathology.
The BSTP are a non-profit-making organisation and a Registered UK Charity.
The aim of the BSTP is to advance all aspects of toxicologic and experimental pathology for pathologists, toxicologists and bioscientists though training programmes and continuing educational symposia so as to enable professional development, competence and guidance for new trainees and experienced members alike.
Association of Biotechnology Led Enterprises(ABLE) – ABLE is a not-for-profit pan-India forum that represents the Indian Biotechnology Sector. It was launched in April 2003, to represent the Indian Biotechnology Sector.
ABLE-AG - Association of Biotech Led Enterprises (Agriculture Focus Group) consists of 11 leading biotechnology companies focused on research and development of innovative agriculture Biotechnology products for the benefit of farmers, consumers and the nation and is a part of ABLE.
ABLE-AG aims to accelerate the pace of agricultural growth in India by enabling strategic alliances between researchers, the Government and the global biotech industry to increase crop productivity, help meet domestic food security, and contribute to the inclusive growth.