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biotech

a. short for biotechnology
b. (as modifier): a biotech company
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In the biotech and life-science industries, taking a new therapy or medical device through the testing and regulatory process, and then bringing it to market, is impossible without a deep pocket.
GPC Biotech has successfully completed a Special Protocol Assessment with the U.
New Biotech Tools for a Cleaner Environment' provides a first look at the potential impact this technology can have to significantly 'green' the industrial landscape while helping companies cut costs and bring new consumer goods to market.
the state currently houses approximately 124 biotech firms within its borders, ranking fourth in the nation in terms of biotech presence.
Pricing is one way biotech firms recoup their R&D expenses and provide such returns.
The Swiss Biotech Report 2007 gathers the key economic data of the Swiss biotechnology industry for the year 2006.
GPC Biotech AG is a biotechnology company discovering and developing new anticancer drugs.
Western North Carolina ~ the next experimental biotech center?
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Biotech humor holds that a company can consist of a mouse, a microbiologist, and a venture capitalist - and that it doesn't need the last two to go public.
Biotech to Biotech Deals - How does Big Pharma look at these Collaborations?