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Switzerland shows sustained growth in the biotech sector

Switzerland shows sustained growth in the biotech sector

The Swiss Biotech sector again attracted record-breaking investments in 2021, according to the Swiss Biotech Report presented at Swiss Biotech Day 2022 in Basel. Capital investments in Swiss biotech companies reached the second-best amount ever with 3.33 billion francs in the second year of the pandemic, according to the Swiss Biotech Report which was presented …

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The EU starts the consultation on new methods of genetic improvement of plants

EU launches consultation on new breeding methods for plants

The EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. he EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. A study commissioned by the Commission and published just over a year ago by the JRC, reporting to the EU, concluded …

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TWB collaborates with Processium and Syngulon

TWB collaborates with Processium and Syngulon

Industrial biotechnology project management specialist Toulouse White Biotech (TWB) has joined forces with process developer Processium and industrial start-up synbio Syngulon. With the new partnerships, TWB optimizes the support of projects led by hosted startups and industry partners. Processium specializes in conducting technical and economic studies that allow you to validate the feasibility of a …

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The EU starts the consultation on new methods of genetic improvement of plants

The EU starts the consultation on new methods of genetic improvement of plants

The EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. he EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. A study commissioned by the Commission and published just over a year ago by the JRC, reporting to the EU, concluded …

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People who test positive for Covid can get antiviral pills for free at the pharmacy, Biden says

People who test positive for Covid can get antiviral pills for free at the pharmacy, Biden says

Paxlovid, a Pfizer coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pill, was produced in Ascoli, Italy, in this undated photo obtained by Reuters on November 16, 2021. Pfizer | Pantry | via Reuters President Joe Biden on Tuesday said that Covid-19 positive Americans can receive antiviral pills for free at local pharmacies and community health centers as part of …

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Free N95 Masks Available in Several Dozen Tulsa Pharmacies Through Public Health Partnership |  Local news

Free N95 Masks Available in Several Dozen Tulsa Pharmacies Through Public Health Partnership | Local news

UPDATE February 1: The state-provided list of participating pharmacies is subject to change and may include pharmacies that have yet to receive their shipments. Since cloth masks are considered less effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19, the Oklahoma State Department of Health has pledged to distribute half a million N95 masks for free through …

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Pharmacy policy experts describe the changes in the biosimilar adoption curve

Pharmacy policy experts describe the changes in the biosimilar adoption curve

IPD Analytics pharmacy experts explained the potential of licensed organic products, which could compete, potentially for the same price, with biosimilars. “Licensed biologics” have been conceptualized as products that could one day compete with biosimilars, but even if that hasn’t happened so far, the first licensed biologics are on the horizon, according to pharmacy analysts …

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Automation can make a doctor's job easier

Automation can make a doctor’s job easier

Photo: Getty Images / iStockphoto We are rationing health care. The reason isn’t a shortage of beds, medications, ventilators, or surgical suites. This is a shortage of health personnel. As with other parts of the American economy, healthcare has pushed its workforce to the limit. Doctors, nurses, administrators, respiratory therapists and others have been in …

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Not the city that needs electronic voting |  Editorials

Not the city that needs electronic voting | Editorials

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