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Last week, India's Department of Biotechnology announced that it was teaming up with the Wellcome Trust on a 5-year, $140 million program to support up to 375 scientists in all stages of their careers.

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India is losing its budding scientists to other professions. Latest figures show that few students are taking up pure sciences, despite government's effort and incentives to make science more popular. A latest study, commissioned by Department of Science and Technology revealed that while percentage of students taking up pure sciences remains static at 21, there is an increase of 17 per cent in job opportunities in the field.