Human Embryo

Controversial New Guidelines Would Allow Experiments On More Mature Human Embryos

For decades, scientists have been prohibited from keeping human embryos alive in their labs for more than 14 days. The prohibition was aimed at avoiding a thicket of ethical issues that would be raised by doing experiments on living human embryos as they continue to develop. But on Wednesday, an influential scientific society recommended scrapping that blanket taboo, known as the "14-day rule."

2021 Biotech IPOs Get Off to a Roaring Start

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Medical Syringe & Vaccine

Biotech Companies Working on a COVID-19 Vaccine For Cats

LOS ANGELES - A group of bio technology companies are currently…
Biotech 3

How Data Science is Driving Innovations in Medical Biotechnology

It is fair to say that the human body contains a lot of data.…
Female Biotechnician

Economic Forecast: In Order For The Biotech Industry To Move Forward it Must First Look Back

For all of the darkness of this past year — from a deadly…