4 Must-Read Biotechnology Blogs

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We’re more than two years into a global pandemic. Monkeypox was just declared a global health emergency. All that and more makes it seem like the perfect time to appreciate all that goes into the industry of keeping people healthy.

So here’s our homage to a few biotechnology blogs that should be on your radar.

1. Bioengineer.org

Bioengineer.org is a site that puts health, wellness, biotechnology, and bioengineering at the forefront.

Stories that caught my eye include:

Follow @bioengineerorg on Twitter.

2. Nature.com – Biotechnology

Nature.com has a great biotech portal.

“Biotechnology is a broad discipline in which biological processes, organisms, cells or cellular components are exploited to develop new technologies,” the site says. “New tools and products developed by biotechnologists are useful in research, agriculture, industry and the clinic.”

In addition to news and commentary, site visitors can find a library of the latest biotechnology research.

Interesting recent posts include:

Follow @nature on Twitter.

3. GEN – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) is the flagship publication of Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. The magazine was launched in 1980 and its editorial coverage provides insight across the entire bioproduct lifecycle, including drug discovery, bioprocessing, translational medicine, and gene editing. It’s also expanded to cover cancer research, infectious disease and AI.

Here are a few posts to read right now;

Follow @GENbio on Twitter.

4. BIOtechNow

BIOtechNow is a blog of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, which works to “drive a revolution that aims to cure patients, protect our climate, and nourishes humanity.”

Topics include human health, policy and regulations, agriculture and the environment, and more.

Here are a few must-reads:

Follow @IAmBiotech on Twitter.

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Christine Cube is a senior audience relations manager with PR Newswire and freelance writer. Check out her latest on Beyond Bylines or follow her at @cpcube.

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