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19 major biotech hubs
The international biotech sector clocked in at $1.37 trillion in 2022 despite headwinds such as slow launches, long-term drug pricing shifts and changing consumer behavior. Recent biotech breakthroughs include the development of an Ebola vaccine, progress in genetic testing and drug treatments and advances in artificial tissue growth. This article explores several leading biotech centers across the world and highlights their respective strengths.
Five emerging biotech hubs in the Asia-Pacific region
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is the third largest pharmaceutical market in the world, and has seen a shift from predominantly producing generics to developing innovative technologies. Here are five emerging biotech hubs in the region to keep an eye on.
Mapping the top U.S. medical manufacturing hubs
California repeatedly tops polls as one of the most business-unfriendly states, but that hasn’t given the medical technology industry pause. In a recent white paper, “The Top 10 Medtech States,” published by sister brand Qmed, the Golden State ranks first in the nation, “boasting more medical device companies and workers—by far—than any other [state]” write Qmed editors Brian Buntz and Chris Newmarker.
The State of Healthtech Startups in 2022
This report depicts the state of the healthtech startup industry in 2022. Providing an in-depth look into the top 30 cities for healthtech as well as the top unicorns, exits, and pantheons, this report details the findings of the Global Startup Ecosystem Index.
Boston Named World's Top Biotech Hub as the City's Leading Biotech Companies Continue to Make Major Breakthroughs
With over 1,000 biotech companies calling the Greater Boston area home, the Massachusetts capital has become the world’s top biotech hub, generating some of the most innovative developments in the manufacturing of treatments and diagnostics.
Top 10 Healthtech Companies | 2023
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has meant patients worldwide have seen the benefits of digital healthcare services—from booking vaccination appointments online to virtual GP appointments. This high-quality blend of in-person and online services is vital for easing pressures on public and private healthcare providers, and is what healthtech is all about: using technology to improve out of hospital/general practice healthcare.
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