While you can find successful biotech and pharma organizations in virtually every major metropolitan area in the U.S., one of the simplest ways to increase your chances of landing a life science job is to go where there are higher concentrations of employers. BioSpace.com, a leading online life science community, refers to these areas as hotbeds—thriving clusters of industry employers located within specific geographic regions.
Responding to the billions of advertising dollars being spent to promote prescription products, physicians at the Interim Meeting of the American Medical Association (AMA) today adopted new policy aimed at driving solutions to make prescription […]
Advancements in prosthetic manufacturing, tailoring and distributing have completely revolutionized the industry in the past couple of years, from ‘mind-controlled’ robotic arms, to 3D printing prosthetics overnight. But there is one glaring omission from all these […]
Cartiva has won an FDA premarket approval for its cartilage implant to treat osteoarthritis at the base of the big toe. It is the first synthetic cartilage implant approved by the FDA. The Synthetic Cartilage […]