The third issue of Scientic American’s Worldview is now available at www.saworldview.com. In this latest issue I continue my comparative assessment of the biotechnology innovation environment in different countries. I also include additional highlights: Which country is home to the most drug inventors? Which country has the greatest biotechnology patenting intensity? Which country has the […]
I will be presenting in an upcoming webinar: Going Global Partnering and Investing in International Life Sciences Today, successful life sciences companies are feverishly evaluating international partnerships in search of places that are rapidly expanding. Some make the costly mistake of only using market size as the deciding factor, which is often misleading. Success […]
I will be giving a talk on “Using patent information to track globalization” at the ACS conference in Anaheim next week. The talk is part of the ACS Division of Chemistry and Law session on What Can Patent Information Do For Scientists, and is based on analysis of data from DrugPatentWatch. I look forward to […]
I’ve just had a paper published in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, using data from DrugPatentWatch to profile the locations of drug invention for the past decade. The location of drug development is important for two reasons. Firstly, it is important to track the global spread of innovation. Much late stage drug development (e.g. clinical trials) and […]
A new report from DrugPatentWatch.com profiles the leading researchers, US states, and countries responsible for drugs approved over the past ten years. The report features: Top Inventors Which inventors were granted the most patents? Patents per Inventor The patents awarded to each inventor Approved Drugs per Inventor The approved drugs protected by each inventor’s patents […]
Once again, the Scientific American WorldView project continues to measure global biotechnology innovation. I had the pleasure of serving as lead editorial consultant of this project, and my mission was to cut through the marketing messages and develop a coherent measure of biotechnology innovation on a country-by-country basis. Visit the WorldView homepage See the country […]
Moira Gunn’s Tech Nation interview of Jeremy Abbate and I on the Scientific American worldView project is now available at IT Conversations. For more details, you can also see our video interview and the worldView website.