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Editor Yali Friedman, Ph.D., is chief editor of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology and founder of thinkBiotech. His book, Building Biotechnology, is used as a course text in dozens of biotechnology programs. His other books include Best Practices in Biotechnology Education and Best Practices in Biotechnology Business Development. He is also a member of the board of directors of AmericasHealth, serves on […]


Internship opportunities at BiotechBlog.com

With prior BiotechBlog intern Fintan Burke moving on to some exciting new projects, I have time to train a few more aspiring writers. (Professionals seeking to submit guest posts to BiotechBlog or to the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology should visit the Publishing Opportunities page). Prospective interns are advised to see Fintan’s contributions and the other […]


Thinking Laterally: Examining the Flexible Career Path in Life Sciences

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. For many, the PhD is not what it once was. A problem academic institutions and industries are now facing […]


Crowdsourcing in the Biotech world: Innovation and outreach to a wider public

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. One of the more enduring financing trends in recent years has been to turn to public interest to help […]


The Developing World’s Agricultural Biotech Potential: An Asian-African Snapshot

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. Earlier this year the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) reported that for the first time […]


Association for Molecular Pathology v Myriad: Attorneys React

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. While the dust has settled on the oral hearings of Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) v Myriad (read our report […]


Will the UK be the Goose that Lays The Golden Access?

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. This month sees the introduction of the UK’s Open Access policy as recommended by the government-commissioned Finch Report into […]


A Long Road to an Informed Public Opinion

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. Bioethics in the public eye has been recognised as an integral part of modern biology research for a while […]


Winning the Popular Vote: GM Labelling Advocates and Public Support in the EU and US

his is a guest post from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. For environmentalists, one standout moment in President Obama’s re-election speech was his brief mention of a country not […]


Open access publishing: Changing the cost of research

This is a guest post from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. The growth in the internet’s impact for research since 2000 has also seen an increase in the small […]


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