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Drug Price Disruptor Biotech Raises $500M in New Funds

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A start-up biotechnology company that aims to bring drugs to market at lower cost is raising $500 million in its second venture funding round. . . . → Read More: Drug Price Disruptor Biotech Raises $500M in New Funds

Essay – Enlist U.S. Retailers for Vaccine Distribution

A promising solution for vaccine distribution is staring policy-makers in the face, on street corners and shopping centers across the U.S., retail chain stores. . . . → Read More: Essay – Enlist U.S. Retailers for Vaccine Distribution

Infographic – Late Charge Boosts Biotech Index

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The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index, an indicator of investor interest in the industry, rose in December to close up by 26 percent for the year. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Late Charge Boosts Biotech Index

Financial Asset Managers Supporting Net Zero Emissions

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Thirty asset managers, directing investments worth some $9 trillion, agreed to encourage their clients to achieve global net zero greenhouse gas emission goals. . . . → Read More: Financial Asset Managers Supporting Net Zero Emissions

Infographic – Rich Nations Buy Most Covid-19 Vaccines

Chart: Rich nations Covid-19 vaccines

U.S., European Union, and five other countries, representing 14 percent of the world’s population, already bought up 53 percent of initial supplies of Covid-19 vaccine doses. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Rich Nations Buy Most Covid-19 Vaccines

Challenge Seeks Sustainable Chicken, Fish Alternatives

D.C. fish market

A new challenge competition from XPrize is looking for alternatives to chicken and fish that look and taste like the real thing, but are friendlier to the planet. . . . → Read More: Challenge Seeks Sustainable Chicken, Fish Alternatives

Infographic – Public Favors Rejoining Paris Accord

Chart: rejoin Paris accord?

A YouGov survey taken earlier this month indicates the U.S. public largely supports rejoining the Paris climate agreement. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Public Favors Rejoining Paris Accord

Wheat Genome Study IDs Critical Genes, Traits

Curtis Pozniak in wheat field

An international research team identified key features of the complex wheat genome, including genes affecting the grain’s yield, quality, and survival. . . . → Read More: Wheat Genome Study IDs Critical Genes, Traits

$500K Challenge Seeks A.I. Covid-19 Reopening Models

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A new challenge from XPrize seeks evidence-based models using artificial intelligence to help governments reopen their economies during the pandemic. . . . → Read More: $500K Challenge Seeks A.I. Covid-19 Reopening Models

Venture Rounds, IPOs, Mergers Vanish in Election Week

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Nationwide jitters in the U.S. appear to be affecting venture capital activities in the week of the presidential and congressional elections. . . . → Read More: Venture Rounds, IPOs, Mergers Vanish in Election Week