Former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton popped in for a long interview during one of the keynote luncheons to discuss all sorts of different topics with a BIO executive. The luncheon nicely complimented the international theme of the...
A government funded bioprocessing institute is helping to drive biopharma investment and retrain workers in Ireland, and Biopharma-Reporter.com visited to find out what happens in this "flight simulator for biopharma manufacturing."
Outdated technology is one of the greatest challenges in creating next-generation biodrugs, says Jonathan Robinson, who is leading the development of a £38m ($63m) national biomanufacturing hub in the UK.
Last year Octapharma filed the world’s first ‘truly human’ recombinant Factor VIII clotting protein for EMA review and invited BioPharma-Reporter.com to visit the Swedish site where it makes the haemophilia treatment using HEK cells.
With more and more biopharmaceutical firms developing therapeutic antibodies public knowledge of these powerful molecules is increasing, which is good news given how badly they've been portrayed in films so far.