TICELBioPark was established in November 2004 in Chennai

TicelBioPark offers developed space for entrepreneurs to set up research units, and common facilities for testing and analysis.

It is located near the TIDELPark at Taramani (Chennai). The five-acre land for this park was provided by the state government and it was promoted by the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (Tidco). Ithas technical collaboration from Cornell University of New York and financial assistance from a few banks.

Currently the occupants in the park are:

Biology Labs, SGS Life Sciences
Service and Frontier Life Line Pvt Ltd.

2. Shapoorji Pallonji Biotech Park

Andhra Pradesh was the first state to announce a Biotech plan for the stateThe Andhra Pradeshentered into a public–private partnership with Shapoorji Pallonji & Co Ltd to set up the Shapoorji Pallonji (SP) Biotech Park Pvt Ltd (SP Biotech Park) ,near Hyderabad.

The first phase of the park comprised 140 acres of space. About 17 companies have set up their units at the Park making an investment of about Rs 400 crore. Phase II of the Park which is 162 acres is under development. It is expected to get an additional 100 acres of land for expansion of the biotech park in the third phase.

3. ICICI Knowledge Park

ICICIKnowledgePark -Launched by ICICI Bank Ltd in partnership with the state government, is focused on facilitating business-driven research and development. The park is spread over 200 acres of campus at Turkapally near Hyderabad. The first two phases of the project, with an investment of about 42 crore, has been fully occupied and the ICICI Knowledge Park is in the process of developing the third phase with an investment of Rs 7 crore to create 22,000 sq ft infrastructure to accommodate 13 laboratories.

There are as many as 13 companies in this park. The park offers land plots to build research centers and pilot plants as per specific requirements of the resident companies. The laboratories have all the standard facilities and services for the establishment of state of the art research centers. While the park encourages research and development in all knowledge fields, with current emphasis in the areas of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals technology, specialty chemicals, new materials, information technology and telecommunications. 

4. Lucknow Biotech Park

The government of Uttar Pradesh in Lucknow in association with Department of Biotechnology has developed its biotech park on an eight-acre land. It has been set up in collaboration with the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi, universities and industries.

A few organizations,like, Shantha Biotechnics, Biotechnology Consulting Research Inc., IQRA Biotech Services - Neurosciences & Physiotheraphy Centre, Clintech Research LLC, New Jersey, Green Path Bio Herbs Industries, and Software Technology Park of India (STPI) have been leased space at the Biotech Park

The park in collaboration with NBRI, Lucknow has raised elite quality of Jatropha Curcas plants which have been delivered to the State Farm Corporation India Ltd at cost of Rs 18 lakh.


International biotech park (IBP) is a joint venture project between the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) and TCG Urban infrastructure Holding Ltd.(TCGUIH). A total of Rs. 250 crore was invested in the project. The development, promoting and the marketing of the 110 –acre park at Hinjewadi, near Pune, is done by TCGUIH. Currently about 10 companies and research institutes have booked space in the park.


MITCON Biotechnology center provides comprehensive updates on technologies that can be commercialized, technical/ entreprenual training , consultancy and product support services. It has a state of the art laboratory, library, product support system and training facilities. The main thrust area is in the field of agri-biotechnology.

It also has project supports from:

Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi (

Asian and PacificCenter for Transfer of Technology, United Nation Organization (