Everything you ever wanted to know about biotech but never thought to ask is here in this stellar line-up of sci-tech reading.
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Inflection Biosciences is on the cusp of delivering groundbreaking treatments for the global battle against cancer.
We went from a flurry of new antibiotics in the mid-20th century, to almost none in the 21st century. So what happened?
As the biopharmaceutical industry moves towards hyper-personalised treatments for diseases, Barry Heavey asks what this means for manufacturing.
Not all AI will be bad for future jobs. At IBM, researchers are looking at how it can have a positive societal impact.
The biology revolution will be synthesised, with help from companies such as Cell-Free Tech building the ‘Raspberry Pi’ for synthetic biology.
With Prof Kevin O’Connor at the helm, the new SFI Beacon research centre is aiming to take Ireland’s bioeconomy and turn it into a well-oiled, profitable machine.
What is the biggest challenge facing biopharma researchers in Ireland today? Dr Denise Croker from UL has a few ideas.
Want to know what it’s like to work in the biotech industry? Hearing some first-hand experience is often the best way to know.