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Experts explore the key success factors for portfolio planning and LCM
SMi’s Pharmaceutical Portfolio and Lifecycle Management conference returns to London in April for the 8th year running. The expert speakers will explore and debate the key success factors for portfolio planning and lifecycle management. With R&D prices skyrocketing ever higher, and the drug development industry feeling the squeeze of the recession, there is an ev...
British Columbia, Canada: An ideal breeding ground for life science technology
While the life sciences over the last 40 years have focused on therapeutics, British Columbia, Canada, is shaping the future by fostering emerging and complementary technologies. With strong ...
A hub of innovation
As a large scale, mission driven innovation centre – located in Toronto and networked across Canada – the MaRS Centre is focused on building Canada’s next generation of technology companies. L...
Challenges and possibilities in West Sweden
Better promotion of Gothenburg and WestSweden and increased collaboration between regions, universities and companies.That is the way forward for the life science cluster in Västra Götaland (...
60% clustered in Stockholm-Uppsala
The Stockholm-Uppsala region has over 570 life science companies, together accounting for more than 23,000 employees. This equals 60% of Sweden’s workforce within life science.ECONOMIC REGION...
The regional economy of Quebec is transforming
Happy people at the announcement of Quebec International’s new corporateidentity. From left to right: Richard Bendis, Founder and President of InnovationAmerica; Dr. Fernand Labrie, Chairman of the...
Biocenter Finland bridges national and European research infrastructures
The ESFRI (European Strategy Forum for Research Infrastructures) process is undoubtedly one of the most exciting concrete science policy initiatives in Europe during the past ten years. ...
Graduate internships – A mechanism for increasing the competitiveness of European life science companies?
The Royal Veterinary College (RVC)and the London BioScience Innovation Centre (LBIC) have developed two novelbioscience internship training programmes – placing 100 graduate interns int...
Location is a local game
Centrally located between Denmark’s leading hospital and major universities the location of Copenhagen Bio Science Park (COBIS) is ideal. SCIENCE PARKS Setting up a science park in Copenhagen dedi...