bioentrepreneur

bioentrepreneur

The person who is the driving force behind a start-up biotechnology company. He or she may be a researcher who holds key patents or has performed the fundamental scientific work which underpins the company.
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Shea, Jr., Protecting Innovation in Biotechnology Startups, NATURE: BIOENTREPRENEUR (June 23, 2003), https://www.nature.com/bioent/2003/030601/full/ bioent741.html [https://perma.cc/YF9Z-VUC3].
The unnamed male teacher at Port Talbot's Sandfields Comprehensive, where millionaire bioentrepreneur Sir Chris Evans went to school, handed in his resignation yesterday.
(25) See generally Lorin Cohen, Writing your Business Plan, BIOENTREPRENEUR 1 (2002), http://www.nature.com/bioent/building/planning/012003/pf/ nbt0602supp-BE33_pf.html.
Sherkow, Protecting Products Versus Platforms, nature Biotechnology: Bioentrepreneur (May 6, 2016), https://www.nature.com/bioent/2016/ 160401/pdf/bioe.2016.4.pdf [https://perma.cc/9CET-VUCG] (identifying specific biotechnology fields that may benefit from trade secrecy because those fields internally use some method or know-how that would be nearly impossible for an outsider to replicate by reverse engineering the end product).
Nature Biotechnology's Bioentrepreneur Forum: Topic.
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Bioentrepreneur, advance online publication 14 April 2005, doi: 10.1038/bioent858.
* One bioentrepreneur noted that management of highly educated, motivated personnel within an enterprise is further complicated by cultural/ vocabulary/analytical differences among specialties and subspecialties, for example, engineers vs.
For example, students interested in careers in this field need to know that certain personality characteristics may be more likely to lead to success as a bioentrepreneur. Structured properly, bioentrepreneurship programmes cannot only equip students with an awareness of their own teaming strengths and weaknesses, but also can provide them with tools for, and the opportunity to engage in, personal development.
Written from the perspective of a US bioentrepreneur, the author makes only superficial mention of other global bioclusters, how they work and the mechanics of non-US healthcare systems.
(13) During this period, she posed a standard set of questions to bioentrepreneurs: