KIIT announces technology transfer of cancer diagnostic kit & wound therapy to Supriya Lifescience

23 October 2023 | News

Technology transfer of oral cancer screening platform and advanced wound care therapy

Bhubaneswar-based KIIT Technology Business Incubator (KIIT-TBI) has achieved an exceptional feat in IP commercialisation, by transferring two leading-edge technologies with support from the Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) to Supriya Lifescience in Mumbai.

Dr Swagatika Panda, a recipient of the prestigious BIG grant, has developed a game-changing Oral Cancer Screening Platform through her venture, Quickblue Oral Care. This technology promises early detection and prevention like never before, a potential lifesaver.

The development of an oral cancer detection kit is in line with Supriya Lifescience’s vision of manufacturing niche products to meet unmet medical needs.

Dr Satish Wagh, Chairman, Supriya Lifescience estimates that the Quickblue oral kit could reduce the cost of oral cancer detection significantly, eliminating the need for multiple biopsies in cases of non-healing oral ulcers.

On the other hand, Dr Ashok Sharon, another BIG Grantee from Birla Institute of Technology (BIT) Mesra, has unleashed an advanced Wound Care Therapy that can revolutionise wound treatment, speeding up healing and offering a ray of hope to countless patients.



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