Biopharma Blog Weekly: Most read articles this week

nutraceuticals, cell culture, asia, biotechnology, cell therapy

Welcome to the first edition of the BioPharma Blog Weekly News, where we highlight the top 5 articles read this week on our BioPharma blog.  These top articles range from Reports to Infographics, Must Know Facts to Twitter followers.  Let us know which one was your favourite, or that you found most useful.

1. Top 5 feeds to follow on Twitter if you're interested in cell culture and cell therapy : We found a large community of people engaging with each other on Twitter, sharing up to date commentary on new technologies and applications – essentially advancements that can help your business improve bio-processing efficiency, optimize R&D, reduce production time and minimize costs. See who won the spots in the Top 5!

2. Infographic: Top 10 regions in biotechnology applications : Based on patent and investment data, Assay Depot has designed a detailed infographic showing the most innovative regions in the world in regards to biotechnology applications. This infographic is a great indicator of future hotspots for drug discovery breakthroughs.

3. Download report: Key stakeholders share their views about the nutraceuticals industry in Asia : The Nutraceuticals World Asia team recently gathered opinions from pharma, research/academia, consultancy, contract service provider, biotech and some other relevant professionals relating to their geographical market focus in Asia, important nutraceutical strategic areas and challenges they are facing in the nutraceuticals field.

4. Top 3 challenges holding back Asia's biopharma industry : Back in August of 2010, we wrote the below blog post that highlighted the top 3 challenges that were holding back Asia's biopharma industry.  Two years on, I want to find out whether these challenges are still relevant today.

5. Download Ebook: The Top Ten MUST-KNOW facts about the Biopharmaceutical industry : The ebook that keeps on giving.  Get answers to the following questions: How much does the global biopharmaceutical industry spends a year on R&D?
How much does it cost to bring a drug to market?  What are the odds of success of a lead compound approved for human usage?

Were there any others that you found particularly interesting that didn't make the list? Comment below and let us know!

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