The latest commercial Web offering: genetic data.
One of the industry's founding fathers, Nobel laureate Phil Sharp, talks to TR columnist Stephen Hall about the origins-and the future-of this high-tech business.
The Human Genome Project piles up Everests of data. But getting new drugs out of it will require sophisticated software for sniffing out patterns--one of the most crucial tasks of the hot field known as bioinformatics.
Time, Love, and Memory: A Great Biologist and His Quest for the Origins of Behavior
The tale of Centocor is the latest reminder that the road to biotech success is seldom straight. Despite the best business plans, something keeps getting in the way. It's called biology.