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Trends in Bio/Pharmaceutical Industry (TBI) is a scientific journal focused on the latest discoveries, innovations, development and trends in the various fields of life sciences, especially in research institutes and pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Authors of TBI are mostly, but not limited to, scientific, legal and financial professional and entrepreneurs in US with Chinese heritage. The targeted readers of TBI are researchers, scientists, entrepreneurs and senior managers in biopharmaceutical industry. TBI is published quarterly both online and in hard copies.
TBI is the official journal of the Alliance of Chinese-American Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Associations (ALL-CABPA), an alliance of 5 nonprofit organizations comprising of Chinese-American Bio/pharmaceutical Society (CABS) in San Francisco Bay Area, Sino-American Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Professionals Association (SABPA) in San Diego and Los Angeles area, ... Read more
News & Events
Pall Corporation, specialized in filtration, separation and purification techniques, has entered into a definitive merger agreement for the acquisition of ForteBio, a provider of advanced analytical systems to advance discovery and development of biotech drugs.
ForteBio will provide a range of innovative, label-free protein analysis instrum ... Read more
SABPA Seminar: Seizing Opportunities in US and China
SABPA (Sino-American Biomedical and Pharmceutical Professionals Association, San Diego) will held a seminar on Oct 1st, 2011 at Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, 12790 El Camino Real, San Diego, CA 92130.
The seminar will be focused at medical device opportunities in China.
With China surpassing Japan to become the world's second-larg ... Read more
First Chinese scientist to win Lasker Award
Chinese pharmacologist Tu Youyou has become the first mainland Chinese scientist to win America's respected Lasker Award (Lasker~DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award) for her leading role in discovery of a new anti-malaria drug, artemisinin. The 81-year-old will be presented with the medical prize by the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation on S ... Read more