Navigation Links
InformexUSA 2009 Opens to Strong Attendance
Date:1/29/2009

x week included a Global Sourcing Summit and a Biotech Breakfast. The Global Sourcing Summit was a day long program held on Monday, 26 January, that brought together a broad range of subject experts to delve into the myriad issues companies must address when they look to source their manufacturing outside the US and Europe. Topics covered in the Summit included trends in outsourcing, intellectual property issues, risk and governance control, supplier profiling and selection and more. The Summit ended with a series of country specific roundtable discussions lead by individuals highly acquainted with the market practices of Estonia, Latvia, Hungary and Mexico.

The first ever Informex Biotech Breakfast was held on Tuesday, 27 January and featured four presentations on trends, opportunities and strategies for companies looking to build outsourcing relationships with the biopharmaceutical industry. A key theme running across the presentations was the position of contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs) as an integral part of a biotech sector that is maturing and becoming increasingly focused on cost efficiencies.

For Eric Langer, President of BioPlan Associates, the near-term future of the biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing market holds promise despite the economic climate. "We've all seen the reports that say that 30% of the biopharma industry has only 6 months of cash, that IPOs are down 97% and that venture financing is down 30%," said Langer. "Beneath the surface, a close look at what is actually happening in the market reveals significant opportunities for growth in equipment, raw materials and services," Langer's Sixth Annual Report & Survey on Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing, to be published shortly, set the growth in total sales in these categories at 13.3% in 2008.

Selected opportunities also were revealed in a presentation by Bill Downey of High Tech Business Decisions on supply trends, strategies
'/>"/>

SOURCE InformexUSA
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related biology technology :

1. Informex Opens Registration to InformexUSA 2009
2. GenVault Opens Japanese Subsidiary to Better Address Global Biobanking Market Growth
3. DuPont Opens Research & Development Center in India
4. Kornberg Associates Architects Opens Tokyo Office
5. ICON Opens Full Service Central Laboratory in India
6. Advanced Chemical Transport Opens Merced Facility
7. Amicus Therapeutics Opens Research Facility in San Diego
8. Therapure Biopharma Inc. opens for business with first client contracts
9. IDIS Opens New American Office in Response to Industrys Growing Need for Pre-Launch Named Patient Programs
10. American Laser Centers Opens Three Minneapolis-St. Paul Area Clinics
11. Beckman Coulter Announces Second Quarter 2008 Earnings to be Released on Friday, July 25, 2008, Before Market Opens
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/10/2014)... July 10, 2014   Ceres, Inc . (Nasdaq: ... company, announced today financial results for the three months ... its business. Ceres reported that the company ... performance this growing season in Brazil, which concluded in ... company,s sorghum evaluation areas for part of the growing ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... of Adelaide research may help in the fight against ... detect tiny quantities of explosives with the use of ... journal Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical , the ... detect explosives in concentrations as low as 6.3 ppm ... only a few minutes. , "Traditionally explosives detection has ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... A new study published today in the journal ... has found that time of day and sleep deprivation ... could be crucial when looking at the best time ... and heart disease, and for administering medicines effectively. , ... of Cancer Research, London, investigated the links between sleep ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... the fractional quantum Hall effect in bilayer graphene and ... tuned by an electric field. , The fractional ... to thin sheets are exposed to large magnetic fields, ... of individual electrons behave as a single system. However, ... established, many details of this collective behavior remain not ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 2Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 3Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 4Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 5Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 6Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 7Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 8Ceres Announces Fiscal Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results 9Detecting trace amounts of explosives with light 2Time of day crucial to accurately test for diseases, new research finds 2Columbia researchers observe tunable quantum behavior in bilayer graphene 2Columbia researchers observe tunable quantum behavior in bilayer graphene 3
... Dimensions , a Wisconsin data management firm, announced last ... the New York metro area by partnering with MailSurity ... company that develops paper scanning and data recognition technology, ... its software to process forms. , ,Parascript's software is ...
... rude noise somebody makes in a meeting after too ... population also knows that Enterprise Resource Planning isnt some ... single check to a vendor. , ,Im not out ... is apparently less obvious is that ERP systems dont ...
... provider of rich-media systems and software, is deploying its ... announced. , ,Sonic Foundry and media services provider ... Connect's new Virtual Law Viewer system for the ... MediaSite presentation recorders with the BxVideo RMXPRES hosting services, ...
Cached Biology Technology:Steering a project portfolio takes more than expensive software 2Steering a project portfolio takes more than expensive software 3Streaming video could make courtrooms into Internet conference calls 2
(Date:7/11/2014)... Salk Institute for Biological Studies, BGI, and other ... and reliability of the existing targeted gene correction ... which could significantly increased gene-correction efficiency in human ... online in Cell Stell Cell provides ... therapy. , The combination of stem cells and ...
(Date:7/11/2014)... July 11, 2014 Researchers have pioneered ... images. The new technology, called Virtual Finger, allows ... structures like neurons and synapses using the flat ... technology makes 3D imaging studies orders of magnitude ... an unprecedented level across many areas of experimental ...
(Date:7/11/2014)... the normal circumstances, astrocytes participate in normal ... and exhibit therapeutic and repairing effects on ... have found that nerve cells differentiated from ... reduced viability, which produces influences on subsequent ... General Hospital, Hebei United University, China demonstrated ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):A new genome editing method brings the possibility of gene therapies closer to reality 2Virtual finger enables scientists to navigate and analyze complex 3D images 2
... COLUMBUS, Ohio From the paleolithic diet to the raw ... they believe our ancient ancestors ate. But some of these ... new book on the evolution of the use of food and ... can learn from what our ancestors ate, many of our more ...
... E. coli food poisoning outbreaks developed more ... trials because of lack of commercial interest. University of ... neutralises the toxin produced by E. coli , which ... The team of scientists Dr Adrienne Paton, Associate Professor ...
... to phase out nuclear power by 2022 has reopened an ... Japan, which is still coming to terms with events at ... the SETAC journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry adds ... using research from the Chernobyl disaster. The issue ...
Cached Biology News:An 'all natural' diet? There's no such thing 2An 'all natural' diet? There's no such thing 3Potential treatment for deadly E. coli disease 2
... and G. Butcher (1998). • The major ... research in the immunology area. There is ... proteins and in their function as antigen-presenting ... with the prospect of tackling biochemical and ...
VACUGENE PUMP 110V, 1 EA. Category: Nucleid Acid Detection Systems....
Rat whole blood (Sprague-Dawley, averaging 7-8 weeks of age, either sex) is collected at the time of slaughter and refrigerated within 6 hours, and processed and frozen within 24 hours. The serum is ...
... mutS and ES1301 mutS are mismatch repair ... these strains prevents repair of the newly ... mutation efficiencies and making them helpful in ... Sites II Mutagenesis Systems. Both ES1301 and ...
Biology Products: