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Vertex is a global biotechnology company that specializes in treatments for cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that affects the lungs and limits patients' ability to breathe.
Introduced in parliament in 2013, Uganda’s National Biosafety Act lays out a framework for regulating biotechnology, including the creation of a national scientific committee to oversee GM research.
Lessons may feature nutrition, physics, aerospace, engineering, electronics, biotechnology and environmental science.
With the science at an early stage, many of the ventures being set up will fail, and most of the biotechnology companies involved are still private anyway.
Venter quickly sought broad and sweeping patents for his work, a standard practice in biotechnology.
Meanwhile, venture capitalists and larger corporations that now travel to California to find promising investments in medical technology or biotechnology would be coming to Cleveland.
Loxo Oncology, a biotechnology firm in Stamford, Connecticut, has developed a drug aimed at this aberration; the idea is that it should be licensed for use in anyone with the relevant mutation.
The groom works in New York as an engagement manager for Trinity Partners, a strategy life sciences consulting firm specializing in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical devices.
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