Founded in 1948, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) is the primary professional membership organization for human genetics specialists worldwide. The nearly 8,000 members of ASHG include researchers, academicians, clinicians, laboratory practice professionals, genetic counselors, ... more
The Bavarian genome research network sees itself as a state specific, open research network in the field of genome research.
Amongst many other things, a chair for Biotechnology at Regensburg University is being funded by BayGene.
By now, 8 junior groups are working on current projects in ... more
BIO.NRW Cluster Biotechnology North Rhine-Westphalia provides information to entrepreneurs, investors, media and general public. It offers perspectives on the potential of biotechnology in North Rhine-Westphalia. And, since collaboration along the value chain is key to innovation, BIO.NRW d ... more
The BFF was launched by the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR, formerly the DTI); following the Bioscience Innovation and Growth Team report that advocated the creation of an expert group to represent the views and interests of the UK biotech sector and encoura ... more
Due to demographic trends, our health care system is facing major challenges. Individualized medicine, which is tailored to people’s needs, offers new opportunities for more effective, well-tolerated and economically sustainable treatments for serious diseases. Personalized medicine has the ... more