Archive for October, 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for Oct 1 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for October 1 2013

Tradename Applicant Generic Name Patent
Expiration
OMNISCAN

Ge Healthcare

gadodiamide

Oct 1, 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for Sep 30 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for September 30
2013

Tradename Applicant Generic Name Patent Expiration
LEVULAN

Dusa

aminolevulinic acid hydrochloride

Sep 30, 2013
LIDOSITE TOPICAL SYSTEM KIT

Vyteris

epinephrine; lidocaine
hydrochloride

Sep 30,
2013

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Why are Libyan engineers interested in renewable energy?

On a recent press tour of the Berlin and Saxony region I came across something I wasn’t expecting. Germany has instituted a set of very progressive (or, aggressive) policies to phase out nuclear and carbon-based energy in favor of renewable sources. I saw a lot of interesting wind, solar, and other projects (more on these […]


Drug Patent Expirations for Sep 29 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for September 29
2013

Tradename Applicant Generic Name Patent Expiration
COMBIVENT RESPIMAT

Boehringer Ingelheim

albuterol sulfate; ipratropium
bromide

Sep 29,
2013

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Distribution of data and unique material resources made with NIH funding

This paper is part of the free Open Access archive of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology
Distribution of data and unique material resources made with NIH funding
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Drug Patent Expirations for Sep 28 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for September 28
2013

Tradename Applicant Generic Name Patent Expiration
ELIGARD

Tolmar Therap

leuprolide acetate

Sep 28, 2013
NOVOLOG MIX 50/50

Novo Nordisk Inc

insulin aspart protamine recombinant; insulin aspart
recombinant

Sep 28,
2013
NOVOLOG MIX 70/30

Novo Nordisk Inc

insulin aspart protamine recombinant; insulin aspart
recombinant

Sep 28,
2013
NOVOLOG MIX 70/30 FLEXPEN

Novo Nordisk Inc

insulin aspart protamine recombinant; insulin aspart
recombinant

Sep 28,
2013
NOVOLOG MIX 70/30 PENFILL

Novo Nordisk Inc

insulin aspart protamine recombinant; insulin aspart
recombinant

Sep 28,
2013

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Integrated outsourcing transforms and increases R&D productivity

Pharmaceutical companies are actively exploring new sourcing strategies to address the continuing decline in R&D productivity. Fragmented outsourcing has not sufficiently solved the problem, so leaders are moving toward an integrated sourcing model that blends control of the development pipeline with the economies of scalable outsourcing. While many pharmaceutical companies recognize the potential value of this approach, few are prepared to fully exploit it. Accenture has identified four criteria to help pharmaceutical companies successfully increase R&D productivity through integrated outsourcing. Making the necessary changes will not be easy, and individual companies will have to determine the appropriate roadmap they each need to use.   


Protecting the U.S Medicine Supply: Integrating Approaches to Promote Safety

The safety and efficacy of America’s medicine supply has long been considered the “gold standard” by which other countries are measured.  Our “closed system” comprised of strict regulations for the approval, manufacture and distribution of prescription drugs served us well in an era when those regulations could be enforced.  Today, however, a global economy through which goods and services flow virtually unimpeded, and the ever-increasing demand for more accessible and affordable prescription drugs are threatening to overwhelm our regulatory systems and place the medicine supply at risk.  The growing presence of substandard, adulterated and counterfeit medicine in the U. S. market is a warning sign that responsible parties need to act promptly to restore the overall integrity of the nation’s prescription drug supply.  This will require a holistic approach that employs advanced technology within a comprehensive strategy that includes stakeholder awareness, regulatory enforcement, legal change, and a sustained policy commitment to patient safety and global health.


An Agile, Cross-Discipline Model for Developing Bio-Enterprise Professionals

In meeting bio-enterprise needs, university education often revolves around introducing students in the sciences to business, managerial and other professional expertise. This paper introduces the Bio-Enterprise Innovation Expertise Model, an alternative driver for bio-enterprise-relevant education that includes science-focused students, but also draws students from non-scientific fields, which are essential to the success of any bio-enterprise. Students are grounded in the global biotechnology industry and the dynamic of expertise required throughout the innovation process – from science to product. Against a backdrop of current approaches, the experience of the Business of Biotechnology (BoB) Program at the University of San Francisco (USF) is described. It utilizes the model to cohesively integrate multiple degree programs (business, law, information systems and biotechnology.) With a complement of three lecture courses and four study tours to differing global bioclusters, 95 graduate students from four degree programs undertook 170 BoB courses over five semesters. In terms of extensibility, previously unpublished Council of Graduate Schools research data is presented that shows master’s focused institutions out-performing doctoral institutions at the master’s level, establishing relevance of the model to all universities. The experience further demonstrates how such programs can evolve incrementally with strategic use of the model, opening numerous options for implementation, and increasing the potential to better serve bio-enterprise.