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Expect good momentum to continue in H2FY18: Syngene CEO
Money Control-26/10/2017. The revenues for Syngene in the second quarter (July-September) were up 10.6 percent at Rs 334.2 crore versus Rs 303 crore for the...
Syngene expands Amgen collaboration as it recovers from fire incident
Outsourcing Pharma-31/07/2017. Syngene International is doubling the footprint of its research and development center....
Company on a path of recovery; Q1 has been solid: Manoj Nerurkar, Syngene International
Economic Times-28/07/2017. Clearly we are on a recovery path, we believe we made a significant progress going from minus 6% to plus 6% in terms of revenue growth ...
Aim to get back to around 20% revenue growth in FY18: Syngene
Money Control-28/04/2017. The tie-up with the Canadia Company is a good start for the biologics business...
Initiator Pharma selects Syngene and Research Toxicology Centre (RTC) as primary partners for the preclinical development of IPED2015.
Cision News-19/04/2017. Initiator Pharma has selected Syngene, India and Research Toxicology Centre, Italy ( RTC) as contract research organizations (CROs) to conduct the pre-clinical development of the drug candidate IPED2015 for the treatment of ED.
Biologics and Biosimilars -Promising field for medicines for the future by Dr. Dhananjay Patankar (Head-Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Development)
Pharma Focus Asia-09/03/2017. As per Make in India campaign by the government, Indian biotech industry, comprising bio pharmaceuticals, is expected to grow at a rate of 30 per cent a year and reach US$100 billion by 2025.
Syngene to co-develop nutrition products for Herbalife
Business Standard-02/03/2017. It is Syngene's fifth dedicated facility and second for nutrition research, the lab is a testimony of its capabilities to deliver innovative solutions in wide industry segments.
Herbalife teams up with Syngene to develop, formulate nutrition products
The Hindu Businessline-02/03/2017. The new nutrition R&D facility will be housed within the Syngene campus, with around 10 Syngene scientists working on Herbalife formulations.
Clinical trials in India – Changing regulatory environment - by Dr. Chetan Tamhankar (Head -Clinical Development Services)
Pharmabiz-01/02/2017. The recent regulatory and policy changes announced by the government has once again made clinical trials in India lucrative for the global healthcare industry.
Syngene International Q3 net profit up 11.54% at Rs 74 cr
Outlook-24/01/2017. We made good progress on client service delivery across all of business verticals despite a fire incident damaging one of our research facilities, effective implementation of our business continuity plan..