Insights from BCC Research

Biomarkers: Advancing Drug Development, Dominating the Market

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Dec 10, 2018 11:00:00 AM


Biomarkers are at the core of identifying any disease or biological condition, and the discovery of new biomarkers has enormous commercial potential. While aiding in diagnostics, prognostics and companion diagnostics, biomarkers are becoming essential tools in one critical process: drug development. As a result, the biomarkers market has been rapidly expanding in recent years, according to a recent webinar led by BCC Research analyst Marianna Tcherpakov, PhD.

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Topics: Biotechnology, Life Sciences

Four Departments at Colleges & Universities That Need Market Research

Posted by Miranda Satterly on Dec 6, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Academic Institutions

From informing new market opportunities to aiding in competitive analysis, market research serves an integral role in business development. But the value of market research extends far beyond the corporate realm, often cropping up in the administrative offices, business schools, tech transfer departments and libraries of universities and colleges around the world. Whether it be the director of student recruitment or the undergraduate student studying international business, market research reports help all sorts of users accomplish their goals.

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Topics: Academic Institutions

Technological Advancements in Opioid Drugs

Posted by BCC Research Staff Analysts on Nov 30, 2018 10:00:00 AM


BCC Research’s just published report Opioid Drugs: Global Markets to 2023 provides a comprehensive overview of the opioid market as well as the market for abuse prevention technologies. This edited excerpt provides an overview of a few of these emerging technologies.

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Topics: Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences

What are phase change materials?

Posted by BCC Research Staff Analysts on Nov 21, 2018 11:00:00 AM


Materials that are able to store latent and sensible energy in the form of light, heat, electricity or hydrogen and exhibit reversibility are known as energy-exchanging smart materials. Thermal energy is stored as a change in internal energy of a material as latent heat, thermochemical, sensible heat or a combination of these.

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Topics: Advanced Materials