Tag Archives: San Diego

Like Warren Buffett, J&J Throws Down Incubator Gauntlet . . .Who’s Next?

When people talk about Johnson and Johnson’s new San Diego incubator, Janssen Labs, they can’t help but be a little bit skeptical about the fact that J&J isn’t taking any options or first-rights to compounds developed by its incubator tenants….

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San Diego Scene: Sanford-Burnham Queuing Up Behind J&J to Launch Incubator

The San Diego biotech industry has been buzzing this week with the grand opening of Johnson and Johnson’s new incubator, Janssen Labs. But already plans for another San Diego incubator are being laid, this time at the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research…

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BIO XVIII: What A Long Strange Trip It’s Been

Editor’s note: This editorial about the Biotechnology Industry Organization conference, written by BioWorld’s publisher, originally appeared in a 2007 edition of BioWorld Perspectives, just before BIO in Boston. We asked him to update it for BIO 2011, which begins this…

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The Hottest Jobs in the Biotech’s Future

What are the hot jobs in the life sciences during the next decade? According to Bernhard Palsson, of the University of California, San Diego, there is “unprecedented opportunity” in systems biology and bioinformatics, which seek not only biologists, but also…

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