Is the future of Google Glass in the life sciences?

I have been struggling to understand the utility of Google Glass in most of the presented use cases. The Google Glass homepage features largely recreational consumer-driven uses, such as taping a ballet concert, performing Google searches, and navigation. A regular cellphone or GoPro can readily serve these needs, which leads me to question where the killer […]


ATMP in practice: Towards a new industry landscape in tissue engineering

This paper is part of the free Open Access archive of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology
ATMP in practice: Towards a new industry landscape in tissue engineering
Go to paperABSTRACT: Regulatory divergences and market fragmentation across member…


Drug Patent Expirations for March 21 2014

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atorvastatin calcium; ezetimibe

Mar 21, 2014

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miconazole nitrate

Mar 21, 2014

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ezetimibe; simvastatin

Mar 21, 2014

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ezetimibe

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New issue of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology

The April 1 2014 issue of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology has just been published, and features the following papers: Building biotechnology in India – Drugs are not the answer Yali Friedman I have had the pleasure of participating in national forums on biotechnology development in diverse countries. A common theme I see is that […]


Bioentrepreneurship Education and Training Trends

Biomedical and health entrepreneurship continues to expand around the world. Driven by global pressures to optimize the allocation of scarce resources, life science bioentrepreneurs are creating innovative products, platforms, service and systems that …


Considerations for Start-Up Biotech Company Valuation

The prospect of government regulation, product liability lawsuits, and customer reliance on third-party payers contribute to the complexity of valuing biotech start-ups. In addition, the inherent complexity of biologic drug manufacturing and storage creates secondary risks that must be considered in a valuation.


Market Orientation, Alliance Orientation, and Business Performance in the Biotechnology Industry

The purpose of this study was to test the unexplored relationship between market orientation (MO), alliance orientation (AO), and business performance (PERF) in the medical/healthcare subsector of the Canadian biotechnology industry.  The study surveyed Canadian biotechnology executives via mail and web-based questionnaires.  It was found that the relationship between MO and PERF was positive and significant and the relationship between AO and PERF was positive and significant.  It was also found that the relationship between MO and AO was positive and significant, supporting the existence of a mediation relationship.  Specifically, MO’s influence on PERF was found to be fully mediated by AO.  This suggests that Canadian medical/healthcare biotechnology companies that were highly market-oriented were also highly alliance-oriented, and highly alliance-oriented companies were top performing companies.  This study outlines the apparent sequential relationship between market-oriented behavioural commitments, alliance-oriented activities, and business performance outcomes among Canadian biotechnology companies.  Furthermore, it has business development and the commercialization process implications for biotechnology managers.


Where is the eBay for Intellectual Property?

This paper is an examination of the economics, organizational dynamics and structural factors inhibiting an electronic market for intellectual property.  Several intermediaries exist to facilitate the transition of intellectual property (IP) from sellers to buyers.  Over the past 20 years, a number of companies attempted to create an online “eBay for IP.”  These IP Exchanges (IPEs) failed to gain traction in competition with other mediums that provide channels to facilitate IP transactions.  Compounding the problem is the concentration of intellectual property assets amongst a small group of institutions and within those institutions as well as organizational hurdles inherent in academic technology transfer offices.  As a result, the business model for an online IPE market is fundamentally challenging, and no successful IPE exists to date.


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