Eavesdrop on Experts Podcast Episode with Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer
Turning Science into Business
Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer discusses getting biotech science out of the lab and into market
Back in the day, ‘applied life science’ might have referred only to winemaking. Nowadays the massive biotechnology industry is responsible for a vast array of projects that fight diseases, find the functional age of cells, and even create effective alternatives to vaccines.
But, as Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer warns, many of these exciting new projects will never leave the lab without the right funding and the development of relevant and in-depth business skills.
Eavesdrop on Experts is produced by the University of Melbourne.
Episode recorded: July 18, 2018.
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