Temple University professor Kamel Khalili has been researching HIV for more than 20 years and just got one step closer to finding a cure.
The new co-working and lab space already has a lengthy waitlist.
The Chinese pharma company based at the Navy Yard is globally recognized for shortening drug discovery and research and development time.
The first ever FWD Pharma Conference wants to teach biotech leaders how to reach patients through digital initiatives.
Blockchain technology worked for Bitcoin, but changing the slow bureaucracy of the healthcare industry may be a tougher feat.
Life sciences firm Scout Bio wants to help your furry companions live longer.
3.0 University Place, a development from University Place Associates and The Wistar Institute, might be the next big step in solidifying Philadelphia’s life sciences ecosystem and innovation corridor.
Researchers are making incredible advances in medicine and science, but an age-old struggle with distributive justice may prevent treatments from reaching the patients who need them most.
Katherine High recalls the days when men regularly questioned a woman’s right to be a doctor. Though those times are mostly behind us, there’s plenty of room for women to step up and lead, the leader says.
While talent and the opportunity for collaboration are two major motivators, the fact that history is being made in the region may be the biggest motivator of them all.
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