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    2. Global Life Sciences BPO Market to be Worth USD 596 Billion by 2019: Transparency Market Research

      Global Life Sciences BPO Market to be Worth USD 596 Billion by 2019: Transparency Market Research
      Transparency Market Research, a U.S.-based market intelligence company, recently published a report about the global life sciences BPO market to its report offering. According to the data presented in the report, the global life sciences BPO market is expected to be valued at US$596.0 billion by 2019, growing at a stunning CAGR of 21.5% from its value of US$152.5 billion in 2012. The ...
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    3. White House aims to modernize biotechnology regulatory process

      White House aims to modernize biotechnology regulatory process
      On July 2, the White House issued a memo on modernizing the regulatory system for biotechnology products to heads of the U.S. EPA, USDA and U.S. Food and Drug Administration.The memo defines biotechnology products as those developed through engineering of the targeted or in vitro manipulation of genetic information of organisms, including plants, animals, and microbes. It also covers some of the products produced by such plants ...
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    4. Illumina's Flatley on genomics, San Diego and the future

      Illumina's Flatley on genomics, San Diego and the future
      Illumina CEO Jay Flatley had seen a lot in his days in business, but a meeting with the Swiss drug giant Roche stands out as one of the most memorable. The DNA sequencing and genomics company was dealing with a collapse in stock price in late 2011. In that aftermath, Roche thought it had an easy target, Flatley said. 'I got a call from the CEO of Roche and he ...
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    5. Lilly doubling size of San Diego biotech center

      Lilly doubling size of San Diego biotech center
      Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly will greatly expand its research center in La Jolla so it can strengthen its already deep collaborations with UC San Diego and the regions biomedical institutes. The Indianapolis-based company said its local workforce will grow to 330 from 200, mostly through the addition of scientists who work on autoimmune disorders and other afflictions. It plans to nearly double its research space to 300,000 square feet ...
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    6. Fluidigm Revolutionizes In Vitro Modeling for Stem Cell Researchers and Cell Biologists - MarketWatch

      Fluidigm Revolutionizes In Vitro Modeling for Stem Cell Researchers and Cell Biologists - MarketWatch
      Fluidigm Corporation FLDM, -2.13% today announced its CallistoTM system, a fully automated and programmable microfluidic cell culture system that integrates multifactorial dosing in 32 individual chambers for simultaneous cell culture. This innovative new platform will revolutionize the way cell biologists develop in vitro cell models.
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    7. The Medical Device Industry in the United States

      The Medical Device Industry in the United States
      The United States remains the largest medical device market in the world with a market size of around $110 billion, and it is expected to reach $133 billion by 2016. The U.S. market value represented about 38 percent of the global medical device market in 2012. U.S. exports of medical devices in key product categories identified by the Department of Commerce (DOC) exceeded $44 billion in 2012, a ...
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    8. Quality System (QS) Regulation/Medical Device Good Manufacturing Practices

      Quality System (QS) Regulation/Medical Device Good Manufacturing Practices
      Manufacturers must establish and follow quality systems to help ensure that their products consistently meet applicable requirements and specifications. The quality systems for FDA-regulated products (food, drugs, biologics, and devices) are known as current good manufacturing practices (CGMPs). CGMP requirements for devices in part 820 (21 CFR part 820) were first authorized by section 520(f) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the act). Under section 520(f ...
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    9. Why Healthcare Is Like Aviation in the 1970s

      Why Healthcare Is Like Aviation in the 1970s
      In many ways, the aviation industry in the 1970s is like the healthcare system now. Decades ago, pilots more or less had the discretion to fly as they wanted to, sometimes downplaying feedback from air traffic controllers. Consistency among pilots was uncommon then while crashes happened all too often. Then, a horrific crash on March 27, 1977 shook things up. On that day, two packed Boeing 747s slammed into each ...
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    10. San Diego Ranks Third Nationally Among Life Science Clusters

      San Diego Ranks Third Nationally Among Life Science Clusters
      San Diego ranks third among U.S. cities for the economic health of its life sciences cluster, scoring high in a newly issued report on factors including research facilities, funding access and critical mass of startup and midtier companies. The local region placed behind Boston and San Francisco in the latest annual ranking and analysis by commercial brokerage firm JLL. The report was released during the 2014 Bio International Convention ...
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    11. Why Offshoring Probably Costs More than You Think

      When companies weigh the decision whether to offshore manufacturing operations, they often use simple calculations that make offshoring seem less expensive than it actually is. The arithmetic that many companies use to decide whether to move production overseas can make offshoring seem 20 to 30% less expensive than it is in reality, says Harry Moser, founder of the Reshoring Initiative.
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    12. Lean Doesn’t Always Create the Best Products

      Lean Doesn’t Always Create the Best Products
      Our current silver bullet is Lean. The Lean movement began in manufacturing, then took the startup world by storm, and now the methodology has crept into companies of all kinds and sizes, both in practice and in jargon. Plenty has been said and written praising the benefits of the Lean approach. But what is lost? Not nearly enough attention has been paid to this question. As a practitioner of a ...
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    13. 3ders.org - New 3D printed microbattery could independently power small chips | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

      3ders.org - New 3D printed microbattery could independently power small chips | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News
      Even if youre not exactly an electronics wizard, anyone ever dabbling with 3D printing projects will have noticed that electronics are shrinking at an alarming rate. Case in point: the Arduinos and Raspberry Pis that are becoming so small that they can be readily incorporated in any handheld objects. However, there is a limit to how small things can get as shrinking down batteries without losing power has so far ...
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