It’s been a couple months since my last blog post, and for two good reasons. First, my time writing has been occupied by a small business grant I’m putting together. But second and most importantly, my wife and I welcomed our first child into the world at the end of June. She’s an amazing baby who sleeps for a few consecutive hours at night and gives us lots of smiles.
Amid public outcry over rising costs of brand-name drugs, the prices of generic medicines have been falling, raising fears about the sustainability and profitability of major generics companies. But some… The post Opportunities for Generic Drug Development appeared first on DrugPatentWatch – Make Better Decisions. The post Opportunities for Generic Drug Development appeared first on Biotechblog.
This paper was originally published by Melek Simsek, Berrie Meijer, Adriaan A.van Bodegraven, Nanne K.H. de Boer, and Chris J.J. Mulder in Drug Discovery Today Volume 23, Issue 1, January… The post Finding hidden treasures in old drugs: the challenges and importance of licensing generics appeared first on DrugPatentWatch – Make Better Decisions. The post Finding hidden treasures in old drugs: the challenges and importance of licensing generics appeared first
Congratulations Guys!!! some of you might be graduating this year or some of you will graduate next year. You must be happy because soon you will become graduate, but at the same time you might be thinking about “What Next ?” I know, you have done a lot of hard work to reach this stage, because learning all subjects whether it is microbiology, biochemistry or molecular biology is not a joke.
By Sunderarajan Padmanabhan New Delhi, July 31: Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras have found a way to develop non-animal models to test new cancer drugs. Human body contains different types of cells. Among them are stem cells that help in regenerating and repairing various organs and tissues. This characteristics of stem cells and the discovery of the origin of leukemia have led scientist to hypothesize that cancer may also be
NIMHANS Junior Scientific Officer Post NIMHANS, Bengaluru invites applications from candidates having a background in M.Sc (Biological Science/ Life Science/ Biotechnology) for the post of Junior Scientific Officer (Neuromuscular Laboratory). NIMHANS Biotechnology Jobs. NIMHANS Junior Scientific Officer Post. Check out the below-mentioned details. Position Name: Junior Scientific Officer (Neuromuscular Laboratory) Number of Position: 01 Educational Qualification: MSc (Biological Science/ Life Science/ Biotechnology) from any recognized University. Essential Experience: 02 Years research experience. Desirable Experience: Experience in
Bharathidasan University JRF Post Bharathidasan University invites applications for the position of Junior Research Fellow, supported by DST-SERB ECR to work on the topic of adult neurogenesis in the Department of Animal Science, School of Life Sciences. Bharathidasan University JRF Post. Name of Position: Junior Research Fellow Number of position(s): One (1) Title of the Project: Neural stem cells, Neuroregeneration and cognitive functions. Essential Qualifications: First class in M.Sc. in Zoology/ Biochemistry/ Biotechnology/ Life Science.
A new Hubble Space Telescope view of Jupiter reveals the giant planet’s trademark Great Red Spot, and a more intense color palette in the clouds swirling in Jupiter’s turbulent atmosphere than seen in previous years.
In the depths of the sea, certain shark species transform the ocean’s blue light into a bright green color that only other sharks can see — but how they biofluoresce has previously been unclear. Researchers have now identified what’s responsible for the sharks’ bright green hue: a previously unknown family of small-molecule metabolites.