Biosciences

Biosciences Industry: Value is in Its People

Biosciences Industry: Value is in Its People

By Rachel Duran

It can be difficult to chart a path in bioscience development when global financial…

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Public-Private Collaboration Aims to Find a New Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer

At the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, casual gatherings can lead to incredible research opportunities. A fortuitous encounter at a HudsonAlpha mixer led to a collaboration that is searching for new ways to treat pancreatic cancer. HudsonAlpha Faculty Investigators Sara Cooper, PhD, and Rick Myers, PhD are working together with CFD…

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The Bioscience Bioeconomy Bonanza

The amazing world of bioscience, also called life sciences, has been thrust onto center stage as a result of COVID-19 after years of below-the-radar business development and process commercialization essentially coming from various labs associated with academic institutions.

The lab discoveries are making their way into practical…

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Southeast Biotech Campus Fuels Entrepreneurs and Growing Ventures Labs for Lease in Increments Startups Can Afford in a Community of Biotechs

BY DAVID KUMBROCH, SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST

How can two people start a biospecimen company to support healthcare researchers around the world? How can they take that biotech startup from a room with a door and two desks to a global company employing over 100 people? The process begins at the…

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Biotech and Pharmaceutical Industry

BY: DAVID HODES

It’s a dynamic world in biotech and pharmaceuticals, always on the move and always in the news (though not always in a positive way) in part because of the aging of the Baby Boomer population that requires more pharmaceutical interventions, but also because of the innovations…

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Embraced by More States as an Economic Engine

The bioscience industry is one of the newest and strongest economic drivers of the economy in the U.S., accounting for nearly two million jobs, according to a report from the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), “Bioscience Economic Development.”
Major research institutions, start-ups managing one-of-a-kind commercialized discoveries…

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