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The Discovery Labs claims it’s the largest co-working facility for life sciences and technology in the world. With capacity for 3,000 workers, it may well be.
NextUp: Cannabis Pharma Entrepreneur Raza Bokhari
The Philadelphia native is building the world’s largest hydroponic indoor cannabis production and processing facility.
Here’s What’s Next for Gene Therapy
With FDA approval behind a few of these treatments, researchers are building the path to Gene Therapy 2.0.
Will New $100M Research Hub Strengthen Philadelphia’s Innovation District?
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.
New Gene Therapies Might Never Reach the Minority Communities That Need Them
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.
Spark Therapeutics Head Says Life Sciences Has Come a Long Way on Diversity. But…
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.
Why the Country’s Top Biotech Companies Are Flocking to Philadelphia
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.
Q&A: BIO CEO Jim Greenwood on Philadelphia’s Biotech Future
The leader will bring his 17,000-person global convention to Philadelphia next week.
Introducing NextHealth PHL: The News Hub for Philly’s Booming Life Sciences Scene
Phillymag.com’s newest vertical has you covered on all things innovative and exciting in local biotech, pharmaceuticals and beyond.