Hong Kong has research talent and great stock market, but government help is needed to ease local biotech industry’s growth constraints, panel hears
Hong Kong’s small biotechnology industry is limited by an undeveloped manufacturing base and the lack of indigenous new drugs regulatory systems, even as the city hosts the world’s second-largest stock listing market for such companies.
The Greater Bay Area – a cluster comprising nine cities in Guangdong province with Hong Kong and Macau – has a population of 70 million people and a combined economic output estimated at US$1.5 trillion. South China Morning Post has teamed up with Statista to compile a list of the 80 fastest-growing companies in the Greater Bay Area to shed light on the future economic powerhouse in southern China.
Sanomics: Improving Healthcare with Innovation and Compassion
Sanomics is a fast-growing company, which is contributing relentlessly to the future of healthcare with novel gene therapy solutions. It is remarkably revolutionizing cancer treatments for the patients with safe and efficient liquid-based and tissue-based genomic tests. To know more about the story of this ingenious company, we at Insightscare bring to you an exclusive interview with its CEO, Mr. Sy Ming Yiu, Stanley.
Biomedical Services: Linking the Greater Bay Area and the Belt and Road Markets
Hong Kong is set to become a significant hub for cooperation in R&D and advanced biomedical services in the Greater Bay Area and beyond. The Outline Development Plan for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, promulgated in February 2019, looks to improve the environment for innovation in the region.
Lung Cancer specialists from HK headline MakatiMed’s forum on latest cancer treatments
Professor Tony Mok, Chairman of the Department of Clinical Oncology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, discussed what doctors should know about the latest molecular therapies of lung cancer management. The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO).....
Don’t rely only on government, top Hong Kong oncologist Tony Mok tells young researchers in innovation, technology sector
A top Hong Kong oncologist who has recently been conferred a prestigious international award has said local researchers need to rely on their own efforts to create a favourable environment for their work.