Running a Biotech Company
Many small or startup biotech companies lack all of the resources, facilities and expertise to carry out their business in its entirety, alone and might consider outsourcing certain tasks to a CSO.
Four Reasons to Use PAT in Bioprocessing
PAT (Process Analytical Technology) refers to the use of mid-stream chemical analyses of parameters that are directly related to product quality. PAT can be used as part of a Quality Management program for improved quality control. Traditional monitoring methods generally result in more variable product …
Contents of an RFP
A list of items to include in a request for proposals (RFP) when soliciting contract service/ manufacturing organizations for outsourced work.
What is a Virtual Business
Virtual companies are formed using a business model that takes advantage of the availability of suitable contract organizations for outsourcing all aspects of the biotechnology business.
Data Sharing Policies for NIH Grant Recipients
The NIH has policies on sharing of research data that apply to recipients of funding through their grant programs.
Networking for Recognition
Ways to use networking and other tools to establish and grow a reputation as an expert in biotechnology,
Career Opportunities in Biotechnology and Drug Development
A review of the book "Career Opportunities in Biotechnology and Drug Development", by Toby Freedman.
Mixing Graduate School with Raising a Family
Things to consider when making a decision about whether to pursue graduate studies in biotechnology while in the process of raising a family.
The Skills for a Startup
Biotech startups require innovative, versatile people able to fulfill a variety of responsibilities like the ones listed here.
What Fascinates You?
Do you remember what first motivated you to study science?
Reasons to Consider Biotech
For anyone interested in investing in, or thinking of pursuing a career in biotech, whether at a large company or a small startup, here are five positive indicators of how viable the industry is today.