Awards and Recognition

Dr. Prasad Bhagat of WeInnovate Biosolutions presented their innovative technology at “FOOTCON 2017” in front of a core group of diabetic foot experts. Weinnovate was also a finalist at National Bio Entrepreneurship 2017.
Renuka Diwan of BioPrime Agrisolutions was among 1,500 entrepreneurs from 150 countries chosen for the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, India. Work done by BioPrime Agrisolutions was chosen to be displayed at GES 2017. In addition, she was also chosen to meet HRH Prince Charles during his recent visit to India.
Module Innovations won the prestigious Discovery Award seed-funding grant of up to £25,000 that will help them develop their ideas further for the very prestigious £10 million Longitude Prize. Sachin Dubey of Module Innovations was also selected to be on the panel interacting with British audience and healthcare innovators on the problem of “Anti Microbial Resistance (AMR)”at Nesta in London at the 3rd Anniversary of Longitude prize. Another highlight was the USense prototype on display at the London Science Museum in a special galley titled “Tomorrow’s World”. In addition, Module has received the IIGP 2.0 award for being one of the top 5 social impact startups in India. Module was also the recipient of the Falling Walls Lab 2017 awards.
(Left): Dr. Anuya Nisal of Biolmed Innovations receiving an award at the India International Science Festival at Chennai. The award was part of the “Women scientist & entrepreneur’s conclave”. In addition, Biolmed was shortlisted for the IKP-EDEN-BERKELEY accelerator program. Biolmed was also one of the top 3 startups at the National Bio-entrepreneurship Competition 2017 along with winning an aspirer award at IKMC 2017. (Right): Genrich Membranes was one of the top 17 innovators at NCSI, Pune. They have also been selected for Xlr8AP Business Accelerator Program, cohort 4, Tirupati