The exhibition showcases cutting-edge technologies, leading scientific products and services, path-breaking R&D initiatives, schemes and achievements of India's leading public and private sector firms, government departments, research labs and educational institutions.
The Expo, organised as part of the 102nd Indian Science Congress, 2015, is being held at the MMRDA Ground, Bandra-Kurla Complex.
Vardhan said the timing of the exhibition perfectly suits the purpose of Indian Science Congress.
Major attractions are the pavilions of Defence Research Development Organisation, ISRO exhibiting actual scale models of rockets and satellite transponders, Mangalyan model, etc.
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Council of Medical Research also have stalls. ONGC is displaying latest oil drilling technologies.
Government of India has put up a mega 'Make In India' exhibition at the venue.
Leading Private sector companies and educational institutes like University of Mumbai, RTM Nagpur University are also present in the Expo, which is spread across approximately 15,000 sq mt and has the participation of over 250 premier organisations.
The exhibition will be open to public free of charge from Sunday till January 7, between 10 AM to 6 PM.

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