Norbert Majubu

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From copycat to innovation hub: the evolving landscape of biotech in Asia

Varshit Dusad Building a biotech enterprise is hard. Huge costs, high development time, tight regulations, funding crunches and failure to build a viable product are some of the factors that can deal a death blow. And yet, starting a biotech enterprise is even harder in emerging economies as there is a lack of scientific know-how, and risk-averse investors, which are often coupled with… View More


Call for graduate students / PhDs / Postdocs to lead, plan and execute a global biotech leadership summit

The GapSummit is the world’s first international, inter-generational leadership summit addressing the gaps in the biotechnology sector. It is the flagship event of Global Biotech Revolution, a not-for-profit organisation that aims to inspire and support the next generation of leaders to ensure the sustainability and growth… View More


GapSummit alumna to attend Bio Latin America conference in Brazil

GBR is sending a GapSummit alumna to the upcoming Bio Latin America conference. The conference will host a projected 700+ attendees from over 30 countries and 400 companies as the theme of this year’s Bio Latin America conference is “Innovation and Business Partnering as Drivers of Bioeconomy in Latin America.” The event is run by Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO)… View More


The Inaugural Boston GapSummit Concludes and Winners Announced for the Voices of Tomorrow Competition

Global Biotech Revolution (GBR) is proud to have concluded the inaugural GapSummit in Cambridge, MA with great success. Hosted at Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard, 100 Leaders of Tomorrow from 41 countries converged and bringing with them a diverse array of backgrounds, skills and experiences. Over three days of the formal program, 53 speakers and panelists contributed to 8 gaps highlighted at this year’s… View More