In 2006, Stanford University professor Andrew Z. Fire and University of Massachusetts Medical Professor Craigc. Mello won the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medical for discovering RNA interference (RNAi) and their outstanding contributions in the field of gene silencing. At the time of the award, they predicted that the application… Continue Reading 2018 Top Ten RNA Therapy Company, the first place is not Moderna?

Since the birth of Genentech for decades, the biopharmaceutical industry has seen numerous new technologies and countless new companies. Many of these technologies have been known from the beginning of their birth as revolutionary new breakthroughs in comparison with recombinant DNA, such as gene therapy, such as gene sequencing, gene… Continue Reading Conceit, determination and frustration: Uncovering the mystery of the largest unicorn Moderna

In the decades since Genentech’s birth, the biomedical industry has seen countless new technologies, countless new companies. Many of these technologies have been touted as a revolutionary new breakthrough in recombinant DNA, such as gene sequencing, gene editing and RNA interference. But today, no single technology can revolutionize the pharmaceutical… Continue Reading Conceit, determination and frustration: the unveiling of the biggest unicorn, Moderna