Life Science Instrumentation Market Size, Share And Forecast – Detailed Research Study

February 10, 2020

Transparency Market Research (TMR) has published a new report titled, “Life Science Instrumentation Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019–2027”. According to the report, the global life science instrumentation market is estimated at US$ 55 Bn by 2019. The global market is projected to reach US$ 90 Bn by 2027 at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2019 to 2027. Rise in prevalence and incidence of infectious diseases across the globe and technological advances are anticipated to augment the global market from 2019 to 2027. The global life science instrumentation market is expected to be driven by rise in R&D activities in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals industries.

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Rise in Prevalence and Increase in Incidence Rates of Chronic and Infectious Diseases

Diagnosis of infectious and chronic diseases is one of the leading applications of life science instrumentation. The emergence and outbreak of various infectious diseases has created challenges and new opportunities for researchers to develop diagnostic tools and tests for early diagnosis and prevention of diseases. According to World Health Report published by the WHO, infectious diseases account for approximately 17 million deaths globally every year. Moreover, emergence of new diseases has increased in the past few years. According to reports, several countries have failed to invest adequately in order to control common infectious diseases. This increases demand for diagnostic tools for early detection to prevent the outbreak of infectious diseases. This factor is projected to fuel the growth of the global life science instrumentation market during the forecast period.

Increase in R&D Activities in Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals Industries

Pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries are diverting significant capital to R&D activities. This is due to increase in demand for rapid drug development and commercialization of novel drug molecules for the treatment of various rare diseases. According to the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Association (IFPMA), the pharmaceutical industry spends nearly US$ 150 Bn on R&D every year.

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