Building Biotechnology helps readers start and manage biotechnology companies and understand the business of biotechnology. This acclaimed book describes the convergence of scientific, policy, regulatory, and commercial factors that drive the biotechnology industry and define its scope. In addition to its popularity among business professionals and scientists seeking to apply their skills to biotechnology, Building Biotechnology has also been adopted as a course text in dozens of advanced biotechnology programs. This fourth edition significantly expands upon the foundation laid by the first three, updating case law and business models in this dynamic industry and adding significantly more case studies, informative figures and tables. Most importantly, Building Biotechnology enables seasoned business professionals and entrepreneurial scientists alike to understand the drivers of biotechnology businesses and apply their established skills for commercial success.
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This fourth edition of Building Biotechnology is the product of over ten years spent operating in, and writing about, the biotechnology industry. Since the first edition, which was released in 2004, the book has seen adoption in dozens of schools and has given me the opportunity to contribute to international forums on biotechnology development.
I hope you enjoy the book, and I look forward to your feedback.
- Yali Friedman, Ph.D.
Great opportunities await those who have the technology, skills, and perseverance to bring new biotechnology products to market. Applications for biotechnology exist in industries as diverse as health care, food production, manufacturing, mining, oil extraction and refining, environmental remediation, and information technology. To successfully realize the potential of biotechnology it is essential to understand the dynamic commercial, scientific, regulatory, legal, and political factors which shape and define the biotechnology industry.
Building Biotechnology paints a complete picture of the biotechnology industry by illustrating how the complex interactions of legal, political, regulatory, commercial factors drive the biotechnology industry and define its scope. This third edition expands significantly on the foundation laid by the prior two, updating case law and business cases in this dynamic industry, and adding more boxes, informative figures, and tables.
Most importantly, Building Biotechnology enables seasoned business professionals and entrepreneurial scientists alike to understand the drivers of biotechnology businesses and to apply their established skills for commercial success.
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