In: Biotechnology

What Do the Next 7 Years Bring for Medtech?

The past year has seen some shake-up in world news, but it remains to be seen precisely how developments will affect…

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Going to BIO? Top 5 Things to Do While You’re in San Francisco

The BIO International Convention brings together more 15,000 biotechnology and pharma leaders for several days of intensive networking to discover new…

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A Bright Future for Pharma and Biotech in 2016

Before 2016 even officially kicked off, the life sciences industry received an early present to the tune of $32 billion. The…

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What You Cared About in 2015

As the year closes, one can’t help but reflect. So, we take a look back at our most popular blog posts…

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3-D Printing: Endless Possibilities for the Life Sciences

Although the technology has been around for decades, 3-D printing has in recent years gone mainstream––and all the possibilities it represents…

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Surviving the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference [Plus Insider’s Guide]

Each January, the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference – perhaps the life science industry’s largest and most frenzied conference of the year…

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Animal Biotechnology Part Two: Advances in the Veterinary Space

As we learned in part one of this series, the field of animal biotechnology consists of two main arms of research….

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Animal Biotechnology: The Business of Bovine

Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline: Human drug developers are household names, but what about animal biotechnology – where does that fit…

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One Giant Leap Too Far, Why CRISPR is in the News

The title reads: “Easy DNA Editing Will Remake the World. Buckle Up.” From the outset this article in July’s Wired magazine…

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Rare Diseases: The Role of Social Media in Patient Recruitment

Since the passing of the Orphan Drug Act in 1983, the rate of drug development in the United States has seen…

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