Monthly Archives: June 2017

When Good Bugs Go Bad – Contamination Detection in a Mixed Fermentation Brewery

By | June 5, 2017

Fermentation is a science dating back to the first known civilizations on this Earth, and has helped to shape the world as it is today. From bread and beer to sauerkraut and yogurt, fermentation has shaped cultures and traditions across the world. The vast diversity in fermentation is being rediscovered in the beer industry as… Read More »

Remembering Biotech Industry Pioneer Henri Termeer

By | June 1, 2017

Henri Termeer, one of the founding fathers of the biotech industry, died recently after collapsing in his Marblehead home. He led Genzyme from 1983 to 2011, the year Sanofi bought the company for more than $20 billion, and is credited with pioneering the much-imitated business model that would generate hundreds of medicines targeting rare diseases.… Read More »