Translation of biopharmaceutical in Spanish:


biofármaco, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbaɪoʊˌfɑrməˈsudək(ə)l/ /ˌbʌɪə(ʊ)ˌfɑːməˈs(j)uːtɪk(ə)l/


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    biofármaco masculine
    producto biofarmacéutico masculine
    • The second area where we have enormous strength is in our core technical competencies, which enable us to conduct effective product development in pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, and devices.
    • Biotechnology is expected to contribute massively to the global economy, largely through the introduction of recombinant DNA technology to the production of biopharmaceuticals.
    • These new GM crops, known as biopharmaceuticals, or biopharms for short, produce industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals within their tissues.
    • Well, lucky for them they got there first because the commercial application of using cells for factories so that hormones and proteins could produce biopharmaceuticals wasn't lost on the business world.
    • Wireless, in fact, is one of the few sectors, along with biopharmaceuticals and medical devices and equipment, in which the net dollars flowing into startup deals are going up.
    • As for particular sectors and industries, the life sciences - biopharmaceuticals and medical devices are getting most of the buzz right now and at least some of the money.
    • Business leaders say the future lies in even more highly skilled math and science related jobs such as medical devices and testing, biopharmaceuticals and sophisticated homeland security and defense industries.
    • Whether such biopharmaceuticals will be regulated under the protocol remains to be seen, says Dawkins: ‘That was still far enough into the future that it wasn't addressed directly.
    • I like cryptography, nanotechnology, quantum computing, artificial intelligence and biopharmaceuticals, but I think the most life changing technologies of the future will spring from neuroscience.
    • That includes communications technology, Internet infrastructure, and biopharmaceuticals - all areas that are critical to other companies and have the potential of long-term profitability.
    • ‘The future of biopharmaceuticals has simply never been brighter,’ said Laos.
    • In positioning itself for the decade ahead, the IDA has targeted the biotechnology sector in particular, as pharmaceutical companies begin to switch the manufacturing process from chemicals to biopharmaceuticals.
    • A couple of examples from my own experience at FDA with the review of biopharmaceuticals will illustrate the tension between the regulatory culture and innovation.
    • Some biopharmaceuticals have sales of over $1 billion.
    • Volunteer corn in both locations contained traces of unidentified biopharmaceuticals from 2001 field trials.
    • He is most concerned about biopharmaceuticals as a major problem for the future.