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Best of 2012 Eurobiotechnews

21.12.2012 - At the end of the year eurobiotechnews.eu presents a brief statistics on the popular articles on biotech in 2012.

Here is the ranking of our most prominent news.

1. First gene therapy in Europe approved

2. GSK aquires Cellzome

3. UCB: Positive Phase III results with Cimzia

4. Sanofi: Timeout for Campath

5. EMA changes biosimilar rules

The top 5 of 2012's most-read articles all feature topics in medicine and pharmacology. However, EuroBiotechNews also reports about new developments in industrial and agricultural biotechnology as well as research politics in general. This is reflected by the most-read articles No. 8 and No. 11. Baltic biotech attracts investors is an exclusive conference report about the first Life Science Baltics conference. Study claims GMO cancer risk picks up one of the most controversial discussion in 2012: the safety of genetically modified maize.

We hope that you will join us again in 2013 as your source of breaking biotech news.

EuroBiotechNews wishes you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! We will be back with daily news and a packed calendar on Wednesday 2nd January.

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BusinessGermany

19.09.2014 In order to concentrate on the life science business, German industry giant Bayer is splitting off its plastics subgroup as a separate company.

FinanceSwitzerland

18.09.2014 Swiss biopharma Cardiorentis has received a €45m investment from overseas investment firm Healthcare Royalty Partners in order to finance the registration for its heart drug.

PoliticsEU

15.09.2014 Jean Claude Juncker, the European Commission President-elect revealed his new Commissioners last week, whilst announcing a change in the units dealing with medicines, medical devices and health technology.

BiosimilarsGermanyFrance

12.09.2014 The 2011 collaboration of Boehringer Ingelheim and Eli Lilly is bearing fruit. An insulin biosimilar developed through the partnership has now been approved in Europe - the first-ever generic version of this class.

FinancingNetherlands

11.09.2014 Cystic fibrosis specialist Proqr Therapeutics has set the terms for its upcoming IPO at US-American stock exchange NASDAQ.

Clinical TrialsUKSweden

09.09.2014 In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the European Respiratory Society’s International Congress 2014, Astrazeneca quietly announced the disappointing results of its latest benralizumab study.

BusinessDenmark

04.09.2014 After their arthritis product’s Phase IIb failure, Novo Nordisk A/S is pulling out of all research and development activities within inflammatory disorders.

BusinessBelgiumIrelandSwitzerland

02.09.2014 In the face of declining revenue, Belgian biopharmaceutical company Thrombogenics has decided to spin out its cancer research and development activities.

ResearchUKSwitzerlandItaly

29.08.2014 Just a week ago, Glaxosmithkline defused the WHO’s claim that an Ebola vaccine could be ready by 2015. Now, the British company’s own candidate vaccine is to be rushed to human trials with the help of funding from an international consortium.

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  • BAYER112.70 EUR6.17%
  • CO.DON3.32 EUR5.40%

FLOP

  • SYNGENTA310.90 CHF-1.96%
  • SANTHERA88.05 CHF-1.23%
  • ADDEX3.10 CHF-0.96%

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  • PAION3.05 EUR27.1%
  • EPIGENOMICS3.83 EUR22.8%

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  • ADDEX3.10 CHF-22.5%
  • EVOTEC3.08 EUR-16.1%
  • MEDIGENE3.93 EUR-14.6%

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  • CO.DON3.32 EUR277.3%
  • PAION3.05 EUR202.0%

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  • THERAMETRICS0.09 CHF-40.0%
  • BIOFRONTERA2.20 EUR-39.7%

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