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Incubator

A non-profit or for-profit company that ensures that clients, which are all start-ups, have sufficient resources, technical knowledge, and other tools needed to succeed on their own. Incubator firms may charge a fee for these services, take equity in the company, or in some cases, even provide advice for free. A venture capital firm may or may not provide incubator services.

incubator

An organization designed to assist start-up companies, generally with respect to providing knowledge and technical assistance.
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He told reporter that the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication had established National Incubation Centers (NIC) across the country to transform and thrive in this age of global competition and pervasive change by partnering with the investing in startups.
The effect of complement LED lighting during eggs incubation on hatchability and chick performance was presented in Table I.
With increasing temperatures, feeding increases because of enhanced metabolism of the mosquito, leading to shorter incubation period.
Based on strong research and innovation ecosystem, forward plan for AIC, quality of proposed team in terms of qualifications and experience, sector focus, rural area location, overall infrastructure, capability to support startups, number of patents etc, its indeed a matter of great pride that Banasthali has been chosen in the first list of 10 institutions for hosting the 10-crore Atal Incubation Centre.
The study was performed in Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory, New Civil Hospital, Surat by measuring ALP activity in 2-amino, 2-methyl, 1-propanol (AMP) buffer and 4-nirophenyl phosphate substrate with different incubation periods at 37[degrees]C.
The National Incubation Centre will provide an innovative system designed to assist entrepreneurs and inventors in the development of new technology-based firms.
The process of mutual fund incubation raises two unanswered questions: 1) what factors determine how long a mutual fund is incubated?
For the subset of patients without available exposure data, we assumed that their incubation time was 0-21 days because 21 days was the longest incubation period reported (9,10).
Increasing drug penetration may serve to enhance PDT efficacy and shorten incubation time," she said.
Muscat: More incubation facilities and programmes are required to nurture a higher number of entrepreneurs as around 80 per cent of start-ups die within their first three years, said an Omani official.