South-South Entrepreneurial Collaboration in Health Biotech

This project was a collaboration between CSSP and McLaughlin-Rotman Centre for Global Health, University of Toronto contributed towards cultivating biotechnology alliances between developing nations by conducting a study on ‘South to South Collaboration in Biotechnology’. The aim of the research is to examine how biotechnology collaboration between different low and middle income countries can be advantageous to both parties in terms of economic benefits and strengthening innovation potentials. This research is endorsed by Genome Canada. The project included field work in Egypt, Jordan and China and many publications were the result of this research project.