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Philadelphia’s Rainforest of Innovation

BY STEPHEN S. TANG, PH.D., MBA As the University City Science Center enters its 51st year and embarks on a new chapter ofinventing the future, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the future of Greater Philadelphia’s role as an innovation and entrepreneurship hub. Continue Reading Advertisements

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Let Your Fingers Do the Walking?

BY SCOTT MAHNKEN If you were lucky enough to be one of the nine million that secured an Apple iPhone 5S kudos to you as you’re already experiencing the future of mobile authentication with Apple’s introduction of iTouch™. Continue Reading  

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Corner Office – Greg Mario the CEO of TAXISPharma

After more than two decades as a manager and marketer for Big Pharma, Greg Mario co-founded Mario Family Partners, a biotech venture capital firm, in 2001. He earned hisMBA at Duke and his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Trinity College in Connecticut. He lives with his family in Princeton. Continue Reading

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Marijuana and its Legal Dilemma

By Shahnam Sharareh This article addresses the prevalent issues regarding the passage of California Proposition 215 and what should be considered by companies that operate in this space. Continue Reading

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BDO Biotech Briefing

Biotechs Continue to Invest More in R&D and Leverage the Capital Markets By:  Ryan Starkes Explore how recent BDO analysis revealed research and development spending at biotech firms and the utilization of capital markets to obtain the cash for R&D funding continues to rise. Continue Reading

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Corner Office: Dr. Kenneth Blank, VP of Health Sciences, Rowan University

By: Carly Bohach Dr. Kenneth Blank was appointed vice president for Health Sciences at Rowan University, Glassboro, N.J., in December 2012. Blank, an esteemed molecular pathologist and cancer researcher with more than 30 years of experience in research program development, technology commercialization and regional economic development came to Rowan from Temple University in Philadelphia, where […]

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The Perfect Storm in Patient Health Management

By Jack Miladin Explore how the escalation of life-style diseases and pressure on healthcare providers regarding re-admissions has created a perfect storm that requires transcending the traditional patient-provider models.

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Thinking Biosimilars

By Shahnam Sharareh The article highlights two considerations for companies interested in exploring the path to biosimilar commercialization. Continue Reading

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Corner Office – Anthony Gomory, CEO of Lingraphia

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The Telemedicine Revolution

How High-Bandwidth, Low-Latency Ethernet Communications Is Changing The Practice Of Medicine By Michael Louden High-speed, secure telecommunications networks are enabling unprecedented teamwork among medical institutions, researchers, practitioners and patients to create a new paradigm: telemedicine is breaking down barriers of distance and time to improve patient outcomes. In rural areas where the doctor-to-patient ratio is […]

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