Looking Ahead: Cybersecurity Threats for Life Sciences

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Cybercriminals have engaged in cyberattacks against healthcare organizations for years, and ransomware continues to be relevant despite efforts to combat it. Data breaches remain a common issue, and companies remain vulnerable. Threats are evolving and becoming more sophisticated and effective, with attack vectors increasingly used. Managed service providers, supply chains, and open source software are among those being compromised. And while Governments are increasingly aggressive in fighting back, healthcare organizations have as big a role as ever in defending themselves.

Bio-Trac and ATCC Partner to Lead Workshop on Best Practices in Mammalian Cell Culture

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Bio-Trac and ATCC will partner in February to conduct a “Best Practices in Mammalian Cell Culture” workshop at the MC Bioscience Education Center in Germantown to offer a comprehensive overview of best principles and techniques related to cell culture technique.

CRB Encourages Life Sciences Companies to Take Advantage of Sustainability Incentives

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Sustainability is more than just a buzzword these days: it’s a core part of companies’ mission statements and workplace culture. As the climate change crisis continues to worsen, local, state, and federal governments have started offering incentives for companies to incorporate sustainability into their buildings and practices. And many companies have been doing so. 

McBee Moore & Vanik IP Celebrates Seven Years, Continues Growth

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McBee, Moore & Vanik IP, LLC began in 2016 when partners Susan McBee, C.G. Moore, David Vanik and 12 employees came together to form a new patent law firm with improved client service as the ultimate goal. This year, the firm is celebrating seven years together. 

Noble Life Sciences’ Latest Rebrand Brings Values to Life Through Color and Imagery

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In the hustle and bustle of planning experiments, growing a business and improving services, visual branding often stumbles toward the bottom of the priorities list for life science companies. While companies used to be able to get away with quickly putting a logo together and creating a scrappy website using a pre-existing Wix template, an increasingly crowded life sciences market is making leadership teams rethink their visual presence.

TEDCO Closes Out 2022 with Over $1M Investments in Five Maryland Medtech Companies

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As Maryland continues to blossom as a medtech powerhouse, TEDCO has played an instrumental role in providing capital, resources and mentorship. This was especially true in q4 2022, where TEDCO invested over $1 million combined into LASARRUS, Linshom Medical, NanoBioFAB, CoolTech and Mi-Helper.

Frederick Community College Offering Affordable, Accessible Cell Therapy and Flow Cytometry Course in Spring 2023

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Flow cytometry is undoubtedly one of the most powerful and important lab techniques needed for cell therapy work. We can use fluorescent markers to track how well viruses are transfecting cells with the genes needs to create CAR T cells. Cells can be labeled with a plethora of antibodies to get a precise characterization of cell type distribution in a sample. We can get a before-and-after screenshot of how a cell population responds to certain stimuli and how they differentiate, and we can also assess the health of cells and whether they’re proliferating or dying.

In Conversation: Sunitha Venkatanarayanan, Practice Lead, Data Science and Insights at Conexus Solutions

Conexus Solutions, Inc.
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We recently spoke with Sunitha Venkatanarayanan, Conexus’ Practice Lead (Data Science & Insights), about her own career journey, the power of data science, and what the company has to offer small to midsize pharma and life sciences companies.