Developing a new life science product – for example a medicine, raw material or diagnostic marker produced with biotechnology — and then successfully introducing it to the market is a complex process.
Scientists and engineers focus on finding suitable substances and developing efficient biotechnological production methods. Specific framework conditions need to be taken into account at an early stage, e.g. regulations for handling genetically modified organisms, sterile working conditions, special requirements for documenting work processes and complex legal licensing procedures. Business experts and lawyers assess the economic viability of the product, supervise the licensing process and analyse the market.
Life Science Managers combine all of these disciplines, understanding production conditions and processes involved in the life science industry. They are familiar with the licensing requirements for life science products and have the necessary business expertise.
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