Inquiry Roundup – Pharmaceutical Industry

Pharmaceutical Grade Mannitol We are looking for experts who has an immense knowledge for pharmaceutical grade Mannitol. Inputs that we are looking are: Global market size by volume and value,… Read More

Teva Halts Studies for Multiple Sclerosis Drug

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Active Biotech AB recently announced changes to two current drug studies after eight patients suffered “nonfatal cardiovascular events” during  phases 2 and 3 of a… Read More

4 Top Biotechnology Books of 2015

Biotechnologists harness cellular and biomolecular processes as they develop products and technologies and products that improve lives. As the year comes to a close, here’s a look at four of… Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Waste Management

E Waste Management E-Waste Management: Need insights on the following topics on a global scale. 1. Cost-Neutrality Pricing Model Analysis: Model definition and mode of operation, pros and cons (risks… Read More

Kansas State University Responds to Biosecurity Research Safety Concerns

Last month, the USA Today revealed Kansas State University’s secret federal sanctions from repeatedly violating safety regulations in 2012 and 2013 at the Biosecurity Research Institute in Manhattan. According to… Read More

Medical Device Group Shares Common Goal

In 2001, a group of Greater Reading companies began sharing resources and expertise in the medical device industry and other related industries. Formed by the startup incubator hub of Ben… Read More

Inquiry Roundup: Life Science Industry

Field Support Engineering We are a Zintro Partnered Recruitment Firm seeking an experienced, driven leader with serious technical and organizational acumen to oversee our global Field Support organization. This role… Read More

Medical Device May Diagnose Heart Disease

Researchers are close to commercializing a new type of medical imaging technology with the potential of diagnosing heart disease. The latest issue of Scientific Reports includes a paper co-authored by… Read More

U.S. Officials Push for Production of Promising Anti-Ebola Drug

U.S. officials are pushing biotechnology researchers at Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc. to make more of ZMapp, which ran out in August. The drug is a promising experimental Ebola treatment. The Bill… Read More

Study Questions Benefit of Some Dementia Drugs

A study published by the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found more than half of patients with advanced dementia are given drugs of questionable benefit on a regular basis. In addition,… Read More

The Effects of Fracking on Newborn Babies

A recent study by researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health, and published in Environmental Health Perspectives, examined the effects fracking on babies born near wells. Fracking, or hydraulic… Read More

Pesticide Use Increasing Among U.S. Corn Farmers

Corn farmers are becoming increasingly concerned that some insects are resistant to genetically modified versions of crops. As a result, the use of pesticides among U.S. farmers is surging. When… Read More

Astra Zeneca Expects 75 Percent Revenue Growth by 2023

AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot says that the company is on board for making $45 billion in revenue by 2023, which is 75 percent higher than 2013 sales. The reason for… Read More

First FDA Approved Competitor in Breast Cancer Testing Market

NanoString Technologies received FDA approval for its Prosigna Breast Cancer Prognostic Gene Signature Assay last fall. It is the first breast cancer prognostic assay cleared by the FDA for decentralized… Read More

New Research for Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment

Researchers at the Unit of Medicine Design and Molecular Topology at the University of Valencia have discovered eight new active molecules working against Alzheimer’s disease by a mechanism of action… Read More

IT Continues to Attract Venture Capital Dollars

According to the latest edition of The Money Tree Report, a quarterly study of venture capital investment in the US produced by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA),… Read More