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biotech

(bī′ō-tĕk′)
n. Informal
Biotechnology.

biotech

adjective Referring to biotechnology, see there.
noun Biotechnology, see there.
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The terms of a biotech investment often trigger complex accounting issues, especially in the area of stockholders equity transactions.
GPC Biotech AG is a biopharmaceutical company discovering and developing new anticancer drugs.
Despite these barriers, the future for industrial biotech in the pulp and paper industry looks bright.
In fact, some 12 biotech IPOs have been issued across the country during the past few months, which is a positive sign.
In general, biotech companies are capital short and opportunity long.
Swiss Biotech represents currently 218 Swiss biotech companies, divided into 79 core biotech developer companies and 58 extended biotech developer companies, as well as 81 biotech suppliers, excluding multinational pharma subsidiaries.
Get involved with local and national groups working on the issues of biotech foods: Asheville: Pure Food Partners, www.
By starting work now, the wheat industry's biotech committee, which consists of farmer-leaders in the National Association of Wheat Growers and U.
Earlier in the month, the Bolt Weevils whacked a biotech corn crop at Pioneer Hi-Bred's Minnesota facility, trampling 50 rows of research corn, damaging company vehicles, and spray-painting slogans ("Free the Seed" and "Stop Agribusiness") on sheds.
Potential synergies have compelled each to snap up biotech interests.
A Different Perspective on Alliances: Partnerships with Research Tools and Service Companies as a Mechanism to Build Value in Early Stage Biotechs
GPC Biotech is currently planning additional toxicology studies, as well as studies to determine appropriate dosing and administration schedules.