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A doctor’s view on managing the COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19 is at the top of agendas worldwide, and many articles have been published in the past weeks on the best way to move forward. In an interview with Supertrends, Jørgen Thorball, a medical doctor with a solid track record of developing medical innovations, makes some practical suggestions from the view of an experienced medical doctor and a visionary life science entrepreneur. “With testing and treatment, I believe it is very likely we will be able to quickly manage the COVID-19 crisis.”Dr. Jørgen Thorball,...

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Is India ready for lab-grown meat?

With two government-backed research facilities, a young and well-developed startup company, and a population of 1.35 billion, will India become the next frontier in cell-based meat after the US? Will India become the next frontier in lab-grown meat? In 2016, India’s domestic poultry consumption was ranked as the fifth-largest in the world. With its growing population, rising disposable incomes, and changing food habits, the country needs more protein products to keep pace. The authorities in India seem...

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Updated Report: Covid’s specs, its impact and ways to get back to new normality

The COVID-19 crisis is a new and strange experience to anyone. For instance, governments, which normally want the economic wheels spinning merrily, have instead directly ordered them to be stopped. Financial markets, which on average peak almost a half year before the economies, made a great exception this time – they peaked virtually simultaneously with the economies. And economists who wish to predict our economic future the next few years weeks, months or years, must now study countless and often totally...

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One step closer to putting cultured meat on the table

Scalability and costs are two major challenges facing the cultured meat industry. British biotech company CellulaREvolution is offering a novel approach to addressing both challenges. Their technology facilitates continuous production of cells in serum-free conditions. Before co-founding CellulaREvolution together with Martina Miotto and Che Connon, two scientists from Newcastle University, Leo Groenewegen was the Chief Financial Officer of a company involved in cell therapy. When Leo met Martina and Che at...

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