Archive | September, 2011

Biosimilar Regulatory Guidance is Imminent

Late last week, Janet Woodcock, head of the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Drug Evaluation (CDER) made public comments which suggested that the long awaited guidance for approval of biosimilar products in the US was complete and likely to be issued by the end of this year. According to the Pharmalot Blog, another […]

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Speeding Time to Market Cost-Effectively

With the recent news of pharma’s frustration with more price controls around the world, John Avellanet, frequent Biotech Blog poster and author of Get to Market Now!, is grinning right now for having predicting a strengthening of such price controls back in 2009 and in 2010.  Here is a brief interview with John, covering price […]

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Google doodle celebrates vitamin C discoverer

Google doodle celebrates vitamin C discoverer – Related Posts: Google doodle celebrates vitamin C discoverer Rosalind Franklin Google Doodle Gregor Mendel on Google Latest science news links Google.org Google doodle celebrates vitamin C discoverer is a post from: Sciencebase Science Blog Originally posted on sciencebase.com Read Original Post

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Sexy September

First up is a Wired story that discusses recent research on the female orgasm with twins to see whether there is an enviro-genetic relationship pertaining to female orgasm. The male orgasm (of which there is at least one every 15 seconds, according to an ancient quote from Carl Djerassi) has an obvious evolutionary and practical […]

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Combining Business and Biology to Increase Career Options

If you received your bachelors degree in biology or a related field, there is a good chance that you are having difficulty finding a job. The lack of an advanced degree in the life sciences can hurt your chances of securing a job mainly because most of life sciences jobs demand more education and experience […]

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