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

More Funding Available for Life Science Startups

Applications are currently being accepted at MLSC’s website ¬†with a deadline of 12:00 p.m. EDT February 5, 2016. Massachusetts is investing $1 billion to expand the life sciences ecosystem in… 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 – Biotech

OPEX Management Subject: Expert Request OPEX Management in Plasma DNA Pharma Product Companies Hope this message finds you well! We have a new research project that may fall within your… Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Medical Device

Medical Imaging We are looking for experts in “Imaging Immunotherapies” to provide commentary and insights towards a startup developing PET tracers that can be used to visualize immune response to… Read More

Massachusetts’ Role in the Biotech Market: Follow Up

Last summer, Zintro spoke with experts about the steps being taken to increase the number of biotech companies in Massachusetts. In June, a state agency approved $2.2 million in grants… Read More

Premature Babies to Benefit from 3-D Printing Technology

We spoke with Zintro expert Scott Bork in August about the FDA approval of Spritam, the first 3D printed drug, designed to treat seizures brought on by epilepsy in children… Read More

What Does Zarxio Launch Mean for the Future of Biosimilar Drugs?

Last month, Novartis kicked off a new era in U.S. medicine, launching Zarxio, a biosimilar copy of Neupogen–Amgen’s white blood cell-boosting drug. Zarxio is the first biosimilar copy of a… Read More

Crop Biotechnology Impact on Developing Countries Part 2

Since 1996, the net economic benefit of crop biotechnology at the farm level has been $133.5 billion. In a previous post, we asked Zintro experts to share their thoughts about… Read More

Crop Biotechnology Impact on Developing Countries Part 1

According to an annual report from PG Economics, farmers in developing countries can benefit from GMO crops, particularly corn, soybeans, cotton, and canola. The report–GM crops: global socio-economic and environmental… Read More

Massachusetts Life Center Approves $2.2 M in Grants for Biotech

The Massachusetts Life Center recently approved $2.2 million in grants for biotech companies to reach early-stage milestones. The move is an attempt to fund startups earlier in their lifecycle. According… Read More

Inquiry Roundup-Biotech

Biotechnology Hi, Am looking for experts in Biotechnology for delivering webinars and in person seminars, for US regulations and compliance. Please leave a message if interested. Regards Shikhi View Inquiry… Read More

50 Innovative Life Sciences Companies to Watch in the Northeast

Life sciences companies include companies in the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biomedical technologies, life systems technologies, cosmeceuticals, medical devices, and others that dedicate their efforts to research, development, and commercialization… Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Biotechnology

Biotechnology Hi. I work for a prominent expert network working in partnership with Zintro. We would like to source multiple experts on behalf of an institutional investor. We would like… 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