Print copies of books still loved by bibliophiles

Book store owners say physical copies have seen a continued rise in popularity since the pandemic. Queen Elizabeth I, Warren Buffet, Albert Einstein, Oprah Winfrey and a bunch of girls giggling at a bookstore share a common love—for books. Even in this age of digitalization, the demand for hardcopies has only gone up. The market […]

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Nagoya Protocol: Hindrance for Indian silk proteins

Mandatory compliance regulation from international clients during trade of genetic resources and delay in issuing certifications are major challenges for silk proteins manufacturers. Bangalore: Hydrolysed silk proteins manufacturers in India are having trouble exporting to  countries like the United Kingdom (UK), Germany, Japan and other countries because of delay in certification of compliance to Nagoya […]

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