River Publishers Series in Research and Business Chronicles: Biotechnology and Medicine


Series Editors:

Paolo Di Nardo, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
Pranela Rameshwar, Rutgers University, USA
Alain Vertes, London Business School, UK and NxR Biotechnologies, Switzerland

Editorial Board:

  • Sonia Melino, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  • Elisabeth Engel, IBEC, Barcelona, Spain
  • Carlo Guarnieri, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Veronique Santran, ICELTIS Toulouse, France
  • Chandra, University of Texas, USA
  • Pere Gascon, University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Banerjee Debabrata, Rutgers University, USA

Indexing: all books published in this series are submitted to the Web of Science Book Citation Index (BkCI), to SCOPUS, to CrossRef and to Google Scholar for evaluation and indexing

Combining a deep and focused exploration of areas of basic and applied science with their fundamental business issues, the series highlights societal benefits, technical and business hurdles, and economic potentials of emerging and new technologies. In combination, the volumes relevant to a particular focus topic cluster analyses of key aspects of each of the elements of the corresponding value chain.

Aiming primarily at providing detailed snapshots of critical issues in biotechnology and medicine that are reaching a tipping point in financial investment or industrial deployment, the scope of the series encompasses various specialty areas including pharmaceutical sciences and healthcare, industrial biotechnology, and biomaterials. Areas of primary interest comprise immunology, virology, microbiology, molecular biology, stem cells, hematopoiesis, oncology, regenerative medicine, biologics, polymer science, formulation and drug delivery, renewable chemicals, manufacturing, and biorefineries.

Each volume presents comprehensive review and opinion articles covering all fundamental aspect of the focus topic. The editors/authors of each volume are experts in their respective fields and publications are peer-reviewed.

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