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Top 7 Trends In Pharmaceutical Research In 2018

   by Andrii Buvailo, Alfred Ajami    2664

Being under ever-increasing pressure to compete in a challenging economic and technological environment, pharmaceutical and biotech companies must continually innovate in their R&D programmes to stay ahead of the game.

External innovations come in different forms and originate in different places -- from university labs, to privately held venture capital-backed startups and contract research organizations (CROs). Let’s get to reviewing some of the most influential research trends which will be “hot” in 2018 and beyond, and summarize some of the key players driving innovations.

8 Biopharma Trends and Top Startups to Follow in 2017

   by Andrii Buvailo    6146

Pharmaceutical industry is rapidly evolving, influenced by emerging novel technologies and recent advances in Life Sciences and Big Data analysis, new government policies and regulations, and a changing market conjuncture.

Let’s review some of the most powerful trends that will dominate the industry in 2017 and promising biopharmaceutical startups riding their waves.

Learning From Nature: New Antibiotics Found In Our Body

   by Andrii Buvailo    1432

To date, nature has been the best teacher for drug discovery scientists, especially for those who develop antimicrobial drugs. Lately, a new example proving this notion emerged in press - a recent publication in a prestigious research journal Nature describing a new powerful method of identifying yet unknown classes of antibiotics by learning from bacteria living in our body - microbiota.

The Time for Breakthroughs in Antibiotics: 10 Biotech Startups Fighting Bacterial Resistance

   by Andrii Buvailo    3143

Since a revolutionary discovery of penicillin in 1928 by Scottish bacteriologist and Nobel laureate Alexander Fleming, numerous inventions of new antibiotic classes followed which brought medicine to a new level allowing to provide humans with unprecedented protection against deadly infections, used to kill millions of people in the previous centuries.