This special report looks at which San Diego life science companies and industry leaders are bringing innovation and discoveries into our region.
Everyone born during the baby boomer generation should be tested at least once for the Hepatitis C virus, according to new guidelines proposed by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
One local company is changing the rules on where canola seeds can grow.
Scripps Research Institute Professor Richard A. Lerner, M.D., won a prestigious international honor, the Prince of Asturias Award for Scientific and Technical Research. Lerner shares the award with British biochemist Sir Gregory Winter, Ph.D.
After a quiet and somewhat stagnant few years for the San Diego biotech industry, the last few months have given us hope that, at last, we have turned the corner. The signs are there, I am hopeful the future will be brighter.
San Diego, home to the third largest biotechnology cluster in the nation, boasts a large medical devices sector.
It’s becoming increasingly harder for San Diego biotechs to get venture capital, but the region remains a magnet for top scientific talent, according to a panel of local biotech execs recently hosted by The Daily Transcript and sponsored by Squar Milner.
July 11, 2012 -- George Chamberlin speaks with David Hale, CEO of Hale BioPharmaVentures, and Duane Roth, CEO of Connect, about San Diego's biotech industry and innovations that come from this region.