Increasing the success potential of promising biotech companies

Biotech startups benefit society by solving unmet scientific and medical needs, but more can be done to move their technologies to market more quickly. This month, Program Director Stephanie Marrus of the University of California, San Francisco's Global Entrepreneurship Program, together with John Blaho, Director for Industrial-Academic Research, at the City University of New York, lay out the need for a robust entrepreneurial environment in the biotech and healthcare space.