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Tag: biotechnology

What does international collaboration mean for you?

The present COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated the vital need for knowledge sharing across the global science community. We asked three of our speakers what international collaboration means for them as leaders in their fields.

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Why are start-ups such hotbeds for innovation?

This article is republished with kind permission from BioVox. This article was guest authored with Biovox by Willem Broekaert, from V-Bio Ventures.

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Even with genetic modification, resistance may be a nasty problem

Natural resistance to our methods to control pests and weeds is a brand new phenomenon, historically speaking. It only evolved as mankind started to use chemical, and later biotechnological means to control nature. Genetic modification may not be the answer to resistance. Attempts to control pests and weeds by growing GM plants run into the same problem as the application of chemical agents. But still, nature may provide some answers.

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Ireland Must Make Bio-Innovation Count By Investing In Tomorrow’s Cures

This article originally appeared as part of Mediaplanet’s Life Sciences campaign.

Ireland is a place where innovation thrives and foreign direct investment finds a home. Thirty years ago, just 5,200 worked in an industry characterised by basic manufacturing. Now, the originator pharmaceutical companies directly employ 30,000 people, working on complex biologics manufacturing and the discovery of tomorrow’s cures.

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What is a Bioprocess Digital Twin?

Bioprocess digital twins are an exciting new technology that changes the way we do bioprocess development, process validation, and cGMP operations.

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