The Biotechnology Park, Lucknow located in the City of Nawabs – now transformed to a Biotechnology City, decorates Lucknow with a futuristic state of the art facility for biotechnology led enterprises. It is the only functional Biotechnology Park in the North India serving the State of Uttar Pradesh to bring biotechnology as the the way of cultivating crops, living a healthy life and enriching the skills for boosting biotech industry. The Park was set up jointly by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India & Department of Science and Technology, Government of Uttar Pradesh in the year 2002 and became fully functional in the year 2007.

Biotech Park, Lucknow is registered under the Indian society Act 21 (1868). The Park is ably-run under the guidance of the society, Governing Board, Advisory-cum-Managing committee and other duly constituted committees.

Lucknow was declared Biotech City during the 89th Indian Science Congress held at Lucknow University during 3-7 January 2002

Foundation stone laid by Sri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Hon'ble Prime Minister of India on 21st May 2003

Biotech Park formally inaugurated by Sri Kapil Sibal, Hon'ble Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Government of India on 7th December 2008


Ushering in improving the quality of life and economic status through biotechnological interventions.


The mission of the Biotech Park is to:

  • develop knowledge based economy in biotechnology
  • assure benefits of biotechnology to all sections of the society
  • promote entrepreneurship in biotechnology based industry