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biotech

a. short for biotechnology
b. (as modifier): a biotech company
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The "Global Biotech Partnering Terms and Agreements 2014-2019: Deal trends, players and financials" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The ultimate goal, of course, is to encourage research breakthroughs that lead to successful products and flourishing businesses, rewarding investors as well as the biotech companies, while boosting Hong Kong's status as a biotechnology centre, said Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam at the Biotech Weeks main event.
In general, there are three major biotech avenues coded with the colors green, white, and red, providing economic benefits.
As a member of the Americas Hernia Society Corporate Alliance, Cook Biotech supports the scientific programs of the society.
Huacheng Biotech is the leader of global new generation natural sweetener.
- US-based biopharmaceutical services provider Paraxel International Corp has introduced a new, dedicated division to support emerging biotech companies in reaching their drug development and commercialisation goals quickly and cost-effectively, the company said.
"Today's emerging biotech companies have an increasingly critical role in identifying and developing new medicines that truly serve as the innovative arm of the industry," said James Anthony.
'Biotech countries in the Asia and Pacific region were led by India with the biggest area of biotech crops at 11.4 million hectares of cotton followed by Pakistan [three million hectares cotton], China, Australia, the Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam and Bangladesh.'
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange yesterday, EEI said it would acquire a 60-percent stake in Biotech JP, which uses Japanese-patented bacteria biotechnology for preserving and packaging rice as part of its off-the shelf rice products manufacturing business.
Pakistan also successfully conducted several field demonstrations of biotech maize hybrids which exhibited its performance to maize farmers.
Cook Biotech President Umesh Patel, PhD, said, For more than 20 years, our ECM technology has been used to improve the lives of patients worldwide.
Racho Jordanov, JHL Biotech's Co-Chairman and CEO stated, 'This study adds to the data collected in the JHL1101 EU study and will differentiate JHL from many of its competitors.