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Vol 17, No 07, July 2013 - The Business of Life Science
Contents

EDITORIAL

BioBoard

AUSTRALIA
•  Childhood CT scans slightly raise cancer risk
•  There's a very simple solution to your lack of vitamin D

INDIA
•  India develops cheap rotavirus vaccine

JAPAN
•  'Tug of war' method to measure the copy number limits of all genes in budding yeast

SINGAPORE
•  SG Austria co-edits just released book on living cell bioencapsulation
•  Nano Today's 2013 Impact Factor Increases from 15.355 to 17.689
•  Cholesterol beats coronaviruses, Avian flu and Swine flu

THE PHILIPPINES
•  Philippines maps out plan to switch to 100% renewables in 10 years

EUROPE
•  Roche launches first sugar-transferase for new glyco-engineering portfolio
•  Older liver cancer patients respond to radioembolization equally as well as younger patients

NORTH AMERICA
•  Protein helps colon cancer move and invade
•  FDA approval of VIBATIV(R) (telavancin) for the treatment of bacterial pneumonia
•  "On Demand Medical Research" is up and running

UNITED KINGDOM
•  Diabetes rises sharply among UK's young adults
•  'Mental illness' isn't all about brain chemistry: it's about life
•  Public to see impact of medical research funding

EYE ON CHINA
•  Scientists decode the genomic sequence of 700,000-year-old horsex.html">
•  Researchers reveal subepicardial endothelial cells working as major source for coronary arteries in embryonic ventricle wall
•  Chinese 'container hospitals' ready to deploy in Africa
•  Asian Cancer Research Group and BGI report new evidence for the genetic bases of liver cancer
•  Taiwan technology lifts biomedical collaboration
•  SIIC to provide funding to biotech projects

FEATURES
•  Journey to the East: The Growing Role of Asian Headquarters for Multinational Life Sciences Companies
•  Bioentrepreneurship: What can Singapore learn from other Asia Pacific countries?
•  Bioentrepreneurship in Asia
•  From Techno to Bio - Entrepreneurship in the Lion City

PEOPLE WATCH
•  Making the Cut

REVIEW
•  Realizing the Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies
•  Muradel, Algarythm, SARDI and many more lead premier line-up at CMT's 3rd Algae World Australia

INSIDE INDUSTRY
•  BioScience Managers banks on growth of anti-infectives market
•  Rodin Therapeutics applies insights of epigenetics to neurological disorders
•  LBT Innovations finalizes joint venture to drive global production of world-class automated diagnostics technology
•  Phylogica expands collaborations with Janssen for peptide-drug conjugates
•  Immune Design and Medicago announce license agreement and collaboration to develop novel adjuvanted pandemic influenza vaccines
•  Bayat Foundation inaugurates new pediatric critical care facility at Indira Gandhi Hospital in Kabul

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APBN Editorial Calendar 2018
January:
Obesity / Outlook for 2018
February:
Addressing the ageing population / Clinical trials
March:
Nutrition / Women in Science
April:
Digestive health / Intellectual property
May:
Asthma / Dental health
June:
Oncology / Biotech landscape in APAC
July:
Water management / Vaccination
August:
Regenerative medicine / Biotech start ups
September:
Digital healthcare / 3D printing
October:
Bones / Breast cancer
November:
Liver health / Top science research nations & institutions
December:
AIDS / Breakthrough of the year/Emerging trends
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