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Global perspectives on biotech innovation.

  • Barcelona biotech companies shine light on regional entrepreneurship

    Barcelona biotech companies shine light on regional entrepreneurship

    Investors are always on the lookout for innovative biotech startups, and the Catalonia, Spain biopharma cluster has plenty to offer in the way of innovation from among its member companies....

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  • Barcelona’s GP Pharm considers partnering key to international expansion

    Barcelona’s GP Pharm considers partnering key to international expansion

    Barcelona is an attractive location for business and trade, and has experienced a revival in the biopharma sector in recent years with the outsourcing of innovation from pharma companies to...

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  • Welcome to Barcelona—one of the most vibrant life sciences hubs in Europe

    Welcome to Barcelona—one of the most vibrant life sciences hubs in Europe

    Guest article by BIOCAT, the Bioregion of Catalonia After the great success of previous editions (2010 and 2013), the Bioregion of Catalonia is again hosting BIO-Europe Spring® 2017 (March 20–22),...

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  • UK Establishment upbeat about Brexit’s effect on British life science industry

    UK Establishment upbeat about Brexit’s effect on British life science industry

    Brexit may no longer be at the top of popular news, but it continues to be a key concern for biopharma companies in post-Brexit 2017. The sentiment of key players from the UK life sciences from a...

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  • Thirteen young people bucking the odds, finding paths to break into biotech

    Thirteen young people bucking the odds, finding paths to break into biotech

    Guest post by Luke Timmerman, founder and editor of the Timmerman Report, and a regular contributor to Forbes and STAT News. Walking around San Francisco’s Union Square during biotech conference...

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  • Industry pundit Joe Hage on medtech innovation in 2017

    Industry pundit Joe Hage on medtech innovation in 2017

    Joe Hage, a medical device marketing consultant, is well known in medtech circles. In particular, he runs one of the largest and possibly most successful LinkedIn groups, the “Medical Devices...

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  • A snapshot of hot biotech in Latin America

    A snapshot of hot biotech in Latin America

    According to a report from Deloitte, healthcare spending in Latin America is projected to increase 4.6 percent on average annually between 2014 and 2018, as pharmaceutical spending grows an...

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  • Denmark-based biotech Curasight making strides in cancer therapies

    Denmark-based biotech Curasight making strides in cancer therapies

    CSO and Co-Founder of Curasight Andreas Kjaer describes his company's efforts to develop novel, innovative radionuclide therapies for cancer, while raising its profile outside of Denmark. Read...

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  • Puerto Rico poised to tackle development of a HIV-AIDS vaccine

    Puerto Rico poised to tackle development of a HIV-AIDS vaccine

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  • From Zika virus to fast, high quality clinical trials: Puerto Rico’s Consortium for Clinical Investigation (PRCCI)

    From Zika virus to fast, high quality clinical trials: Puerto Rico’s Consortium for Clinical Investigation (PRCCI)

    Situated just 1,200 miles from the mainland US, a hotspot of clinical trial activity is being established on a small island paradise. If you haven’t heard of the Puerto Rico Consortium for...

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  • A turn-around for Swedish life science

    A turn-around for Swedish life science

    Guest post by Malin Anderson, Editor in Chief , Nordic Life Science Magazine   After some tough years much effort is now being made to strengthen the Swedish life science industry.   Sweden has a...

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  • Taking a look at Irish biotech: Discoveries and deals of 2016

    Taking a look at Irish biotech: Discoveries and deals of 2016

    Whether it’s the government commitment to investing in Irish life science companies or Irish investors looking abroad, it couldn’t be a more exciting time to be involved in biotech in Ireland than...

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  • In praise of slow and steady: Sea turtles and the growth of China’s economy

    In praise of slow and steady: Sea turtles and the growth of China’s economy

    It is said so often that it has become a financial markets cliché—when China sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.   But, in spite of recent lackluster indicators, world economic leaders...

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  • Science City, a future environment to innovate, work and live

    Science City, a future environment to innovate, work and live

    Guest post by Lucy Crespo, CEO PR Science, Technology & Research Trust   The Puerto Rico Science, Technology & Research Trust (PRSTRT) was created in 2004 to promote innovation, technology...

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  • Collaborative healthcare innovation in Sweden: Sustainably transforming academic research at Karolinska Institutet into successful business

    Collaborative healthcare innovation in Sweden: Sustainably transforming academic research at Karolinska Institutet into successful business

    Guest post by Mark Farmery, PhD, Senior Business Development Manager, Karolinska Institutet Innovations AB. The academic research environment is widely recognized as a hotbed of healthcare...

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  • A world-class science city

    A world-class science city

    Guest post by David Johansson, Head of Real Estate, Humlegården Fastigheter AB and Chairman of the Board, Hagastaden Property Developers   In 2007, the business community, four universities, the...

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  • Puerto Rico is the new hot life sciences manufacturing location

    Puerto Rico is the new hot life sciences manufacturing location

    Latin America has been on the radar of global biopharma companies and investors for years, but tax incentives and credits have firmly established a place for Latin American countries in the future...

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  • Still unsure about China? FT article highlights rise in China pharma R&D, innovation

    Still unsure about China? FT article highlights rise in China pharma R&D, innovation

    What is China’s real potential for R&D and innovative “breakthrough” products? February 18 article by Andrew Ward in London and Patti Waldmeir in Shanghai in Financial Times reported on recent...

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  • BioLamina’s vision is to become the global leader in primary cell culture tools ultimately enabling life saving therapies

    BioLamina’s vision is to become the global leader in primary cell culture tools ultimately enabling life saving therapies

    Guest post by Dr. Kristian Tryggvason, Founder and CEO of BioLamina AB   BioLamina manufactures and sells high quality primary cell culture reagents based on human recombinant laminins. One of the...

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  • Why do we believe in Nordic life science?

    Why do we believe in Nordic life science?

    Guest post by Anna Sandström, Science Relations Director, AstraZeneca   While my high-speed train whirls its way across the broadest part of Sweden, from Gothenburg to Stockholm I am finishing my...

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