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We are the premiere biotechnology trade publication, publishing a daily eNewsletter and 21 print issues per year. Our podcasts are short (less than five minutes), and feature thought leaders in the biopharmaceutical industry.

We are the premiere biotechnology trade publication, publishing a daily eNewsletter and 21 print issues per year. Our podcasts are short (less than five minutes), and feature thought leaders in the biopharmaceutical industry.
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We are the premiere biotechnology trade publication, publishing a daily eNewsletter and 21 print issues per year. Our podcasts are short (less than five minutes), and feature thought leaders in the biopharmaceutical industry.

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English

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Episodes

ATCC Podcast Final

6/11/2019
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ATCC Podcast Final by Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News

Duration:00:33:06

GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Regulatory Challenges in Asia

3/27/2019
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GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Regulatory Challenges in Asia by Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News

Duration:00:09:06

GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Cell & Gene Therapy Manufacturing Challenges

3/6/2019
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GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Cell & Gene Therapy Manufacturing Challenges by Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News

Duration:00:16:00

GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Bioproduction Training in Asia-Pacific

2/7/2019
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They say, “good talent is hard to find!” This is especially true for emerging high-growth markets where many in the workforce lack the advanced skills necessary to aid their bioproduction needs and expand their market profile. Leveraging the success of the M Lab™ Collaboration Centers, the MilliporeSigma team was able to foster key collaborations with government agencies to provide essential hands-on training programs in various Asia-Pacific countries such as Singapore and Taiwan. In this...

Duration:00:08:07

GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Next-Generation Bioprocessing

12/13/2018
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GENcast: Explore, Learn, and Collaborate on Next-Generation Bioprocessing As biomolecules become increasingly complex and manufacturer pipelines more diversified, scientists are searching for new ways to overcome the challenges of rapidly changing bioprocessing platforms. In this podcast, we have gathered an array of industry experts to discuss their efforts with the M Lab™ Collaboration Centers around the globe to address some of the latest developments in Next-Generation Bioprocessing....

Duration:00:14:02

Illumina’s Acquisition of PacBio: Accelerating the Pace of Genomic Discovery

11/6/2018
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GEN Sounds of Science November 5, 2018 Illumina just purchased Pacific BioSciences (PacBio) for $1.2 billion. Shawn Baker formerly worked for Illumina as both a scientist and manager. He currently serves as the chief science officer for AllSeq and as a genomics startup advisor and consultant at SanDiegOmics.com. GEN asked Shawn about the significance of Illumina buying PacBio to the sequencing market and to obtain his take on what’s driving the Illumina deal?

Duration:00:21:06

Streamlining the Peptide Synthesis Process

6/5/2018
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GEN Sounds of Science June 1, 2018 CEM Corporation Applies Advanced Microwave Technology CEM provides microwave instrumentation for researchers involved in analytical and synthetic chemistry. Major application areas include acid digestion for elemental analysis, compositional testing of food products, peptide synthesis, and chemical synthesis. GEN recently spoke to Michael J. Karney, CEM’s life science product manager. During a sponsored pocast, Mr. Karney described how CEM’s technologies...

Duration:00:12:26

Lentiviral Systems for Gene Delivery

5/1/2018
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GEN Sounds of Science May 1, 2018 GEN recently spoke to Minjun Liu, Ph.D., marketing director for OriGene, for a sponsored podcast. OriGene Technologies was founded as a research tool company focused on the creation of a large commercial collection of full-length human cDNAs in a standard expression vector. Company officials say the firm’s mission is to prepare comprehensive, genome-wide research tools and technology platforms to allow scientists to better study complete biological pathways....

Duration:00:04:56

Transforming the Bioresearch and Healthcare Industries

1/26/2018
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GEN Sounds of Science January 26, 2018 Technology and Data Usher in a New Age in Medicine Having the right data and knowing how to use it will be the key to success in the healthcare market in the future.

Duration:00:03:06

Inhibiting Cancer Metastasis

11/29/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science November 29, 2017 Canadian team identifies protein that when hindered decreases invasion rate of cancer cells.

Duration:00:02:16

New Method Developed for Growing Tissue Engineered Corneas

10/24/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science October 23, 2017 Researchers discovered that corneal cells isolated from human donors and grown on a dome-shaped surface behaved differently than those on flat one. There are a number of advantages to using such curved substrates.

Duration:00:02:16

Millipore Says It is Bullish on Continuous Bioprocessing

9/26/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science September 15, 2017 MilliporeSigma is using is expertise in biomanufacturing to take advantage of the growing interest in continuous or next generation bioprocessing. The company is investing in specific technologies in terms of dedicated teams, focused R&D efforts, and product-development projects. Website: http://www.emdmillipore.com/

Duration:00:08:05

New Drug Delivery Materials May Help Patient Compliance with Meds

8/1/2017
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Hydrogels May Last in Stomach for Lengthy Periods of Time GEN Sounds of Science January 9, 2017 Researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women's Hospital create triggerable tough hydrogels. Hydrogels may last in stomach for lengthy periods of time.

Duration:00:02:10

Looking at the CAR-T Landscape As First Approval Nears

7/19/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science July 18, 2017 Brad Loncar, CEO of Loncar Investments, discusses the outlook for chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) cancer therapies as Novartis nears FDA approval for the first such treatment, CTL019. Some other CAR-T therapies have also shown early, yet promising, clinical data.

Duration:00:02:38

Is Calcium the Achilles Heel for Clostridium Infections?

7/14/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science July 13, 2017] Findings from a new study published in PLOS Pathogens by investigators at the University of Michigan and the FDA underscores the importance of calcium in Clostridium difficile spore germination. Study Link: http://journals.plos.org/plospathogens/article?id=10.1371/journal.ppat.1006443

Duration:00:02:31

SARS and MERS Inhibited by Ebola Drug

6/29/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science June 29, 2017 A research team from Vanderbilt University, University of North Carolina, and Gilead Sciences has just released new findings in Science Translational Medicine describing how a new antiviral drug candidate inhibits a broad range of coronaviruses, including SARS and MERS. Link to artice: http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/9/396/eaal3653

Duration:00:03:00

Bioengineers Use Quantum Dots to Help Develop New Therapies for MS

6/19/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science June 19, 2017 Team believes a rational therapeutic design approach will allow scientists to transform how the disease is tackled. Quantum dot technology also should be applicable to other autoimmune diseases as well.

Duration:00:02:37

Soft Tissue Synthetic Retina Created

5/31/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science May 25, 2017 A synthetic, soft tissue retina developed by an Oxford University doctoral chemistry student could offer fresh hope for visually impaired people.

Duration:00:02:07

FDA’s New Commissioner Hits the Ground Running

5/19/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science May 19, 2017 Sara Radcliffe, president and CEO of the California Life Sciences Association, discusses where Scott Gottlieb, M.D., is most likely to impact biopharma, and what the industry hopes he will accomplish as the FDA’s new commissioner.

Duration:00:02:21

New Zika Test Shines LAMP in the Dark

5/9/2017
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GEN Sounds of Science May 4, 2017 A new test not only rapidly and inexpensively detects Zika virus in mosquitoes and human bodily fluids, but can also distinguish between African and Asian strains. Listen now for more details! http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/9/388/eaag0538

Duration:00:03:01