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Strong IP Plans Essential for UK Life Sciences Clusters

By John Dean, Withers & Rogers LLP. Life sciences and biotech research clusters across the UK, including those linked to university research departments are benefiting from an improved funding climate and ongoing consolidation in the pharmaceutical sector. However, as big pharma companies increasingly vie for the best spin-out investment opportunities, those with strategic intellectual property […]
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"Series A Crunch"? Some Suggestions

Recently, there has been an uptick in newsflow around the “series A crunch”/ “the valley of death” in regards to financing. Because of who we are (a firm that connects investors with private equity investments); we at Poliwogg see a lot of the “crunched” and “valley-dwellers.” We have some good news. The good news is […]
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Will WHO Member States Pony Up for Neglected Diseases?

Recognizing that traditional market forces – namely incentives related to intellectual property and a steady demand for products – have failed in developing countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) asked a member state-nominated group to come up with ways to fund R&D and pay for the treatment of neglected diseases in the world’s poorest nations. […]
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VC Funding Floods Colorado Biotechs, But Will It Stifle Innovation?

By Marylyn Donahue. Biotechs in Colorado, US, are enjoying a windfall of funding from Venture Capitalists who have to date invested $66.1 million in six of the state’s companies working in the fields of biofuel, medical devices and biopharma, according to a report released Feb 21 by OnBioVC, a Boulder-based tracker of investments in the […]
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TB Alliance Trumpets New, Improved Drugs at World Health Assembly

Like polio and leprosy, developed countries have long since tamed tuberculosis. But even now, other parts of the world continue to struggle against the disease, with nearly all (98 percent) of TB’s 1.7 million worldwide deaths occurring in developing countries. TB’s high comorbidity with HIV infections has recently added another level of urgency to efforts […]
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