Staffing needs seen in biotech industry
A top Labor Department official said yesterday that community colleges nationwide could boost their courses in the life sciences next year as part of an effort to meet the staffing needs of the biotechnology industry.
Getting Investors’ Pulses Beating Again
Any biotech slowdown will be temporary, says VC Nick Galakatos, who believes 2004′s ‘promising products’ will be a catalyst for the sector
Vatican steps in on biotech foods debate
The Vatican stepped into the charged debate over genetically modified food on Monday, convening a conference with a view to possibly endorsing biotech crops as a means of alleviating world hunger.
A survey of strategic licensing practices in the pharmaceutical industry
Alliances often appear to be a relatively cost-effective and rapid answer to fill dwindling pharmaceutical company pipelines; however, studies suggest that over half of all alliances fail to achieve their intended outcomes. This survey has, therefore, been carried out to understand the key strategic and operational challenges associated with the in- and out-licensing process and to provide some insight into improving the situation.