Archive for June, 2003

GM crops 'good for developing countries'

GM crops ‘good for developing countries’ In a discussion paper out on Tuesday to coincide with a national GM debate in the UK, the influential Nuffield Council on Bio-ethics says the technology has the potential to increase crop yields and improve the livelihoods of poor people.


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GM crops ‘good for developing countries’

GM crops ‘good for developing countries’ In a discussion paper out on Tuesday to coincide with a national GM debate in the UK, the influential Nuffield Council on Bio-ethics says the technology has the potential to increase crop yields and improve the livelihoods of poor people.


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BIOTECH RALLIES

BIOTECH RALLIES The promise of new cancer therapies coming out of last week’s American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago has helped restore vigor to the biopharmaceutical industry. It has also gotten a boost from a spate of new product approvals and generally upbeat earnings reports this year.


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Financial Snapshot For May 2003: Yee Hah

Financial Snapshot For May 2003: Yee Hah The biotech sector has turned in a remarkable performance this year – especially in May, when the stocks took off like a rocket. And, so far, they’re still climbing…


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BIOTECH TEMPERATURE RISES

BIOTECH TEMPERATURE RISES Investors are showing classic symptoms of biotech fever. They’re seizing on good news about drug trials, cheering new drug-related news and buying shares contagiously…


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Science and Law: Swapping the lab for the law

Science and Law: Swapping the lab for the law For scientists who want a career in law, the options are greater than ever – and some don’t even involve going back to school


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Biotech sector keeps surging / Cancer drug news and FDA approvals create optimism

Biotech sector keeps surging / Cancer drug news and FDA approvals create optimism Industry observers say the sector’s sea change from pessimism to optimism comes from two sources: Good news about experimental cancer drugs from a major scientific meeting this month; and a set of recent approvals by the Food and Drug Administration, whose new […]


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Early stage biotechnology collaborations

Early stage biotechnology collaborations The range of deals an early stage biotechnology company may enter into is wide (see box ‘What is an early stage biotechnology collaboration?’). This chapter examines, by reference to a few of the types of agreements that an early stage company may enter into, some of the key intellectual property (IP) […]


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