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Frieder Hänisch

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5 years of GBR

TWO more months until #GapSummit2017! Who's excited? To celebrate founding 5 years ago we made a snazzy infographic to show you our growth...… View More

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Catching Up with Leader of Tomorrow 2014: Emilia Díaz

  Emilia is the founder and CEO of Kaitek Labs a biotech company based in Santiago, Chile that’s creating assays and environmental biosensors based on “bacterial computers.” She is also a regional blogger… View More

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Q&A: Adina Mangubat, CEO & Founder, Spiral Genetics (Part Two)

Adina Mangubat is the founder and CEO of Spiral Genetics. She was named one of Forbes ’30 Under 30′ in 2013 for Science and Healthcare, and one of the Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association’s Women to Watch in Life Science. Adina has twice been a speaker at the GapSummit and a mentor for the Voices of Tomorrow Competition. We were fortunate to get some time to catch up… View More

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Q&A: Adina Mangubat, CEO & Founder, Spiral Genetics (Part One)

Adina Mangubat is the founder and CEO of Spiral Genetics. She was named one of Forbes ’30 Under 30′ in 2013 for Science and Healthcare, and one of the Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association’s Women to Watch in Life Science. Adina has twice been a speaker at the GapSummit and a mentor for the Voices of Tomorrow Competition. We were fortunate to get some time to catch up… View More

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Global Biotech Revolution with Key Supporting Partner Biotechin.Asia Launches Singapore Leaders of Tomorrow 2016

An opportunity has arrived for youth in Singapore to learn from and meet some of the most influential leaders in the biotechnology and healthcare sector. If you have a passion for biotech and want to have a go at solving some of our biggest problems through innovation then this event is for you. Global Biotech Revolution, a not-for-profit organization based at University of Cambridge, UK is bringing the… View More

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Brexit: What it means for UK Biotech?

Global Biotech Revolution stands for the values of connecting and growing the global bio-economy through inter-generational debate. The referendum result in favour of the UK leaving the EU has caused major discontent from the younger voting demographic, most of whom voted to “Remain”. This vote affects young researchers and world-class UK universities who receive a significant contribution through EU scholarships, research funding… View More

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Q&A: Harriet Fear, CEO, One Nucleus

Harriet Fear, MBE is CEO of One Nucleus, the largest international membership organisation for life science and healthcare companies in Europe, based in Cambridge, UK. We had a chance to get some insights from Harriet ahead of the upcoming ON Helix… View More

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ThABI’s GapSummit and VoT Experience

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IN3BiUEToyo The Beginning The ThABI team brought together by the GapSummit 2016 hail from two African countries with Adam, Dapo, Lukman and Voke from Nigeria and Nani originally from Senegal but working from Tanzania. Dapo is a PhD student at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and International Institute of Tropical… View More

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Future Challenges in Medicine

Medicine, anciently known as ‘the art to provide healing’, and understood today as the ‘science’ to provide healing, has a big problem from its core etymology and definition. Medicine assumes disease or illness is already present in patients. Thus, patients attend doctor’s consultations for prescriptions, to the doctor’s best of knowledge, alleviates the ailment. Why does medicine focus on illness waiting to the… View More

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The Commercial Education Gap

As a small, advancing economy, New Zealand has made its mark as a leading region for science and research intellect and labour. Universities and crown research institutes (CRIs) are above the OECD average for scientific publications. This is a reflection of the core responsibility and business of the academic and research environment to publish… View More