Following on from our move to global coverage, here is the new Labiotech editorial calendar.
Each month, we will be publishing a special newsletter on a variety of subjects. Each newsletter will include between eight and 10 articles on the topic.
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January 11, 2023: Year in review – what to watch for in 2023
We take a look at some of the biggest stories of 2022, and gaze into the crystal ball to see what 2023 holds!
February 1, 2023: World Cancer Day
World Cancer Day is on Saturday February 4, 2023, and to mark the occasion, we take a look at some of the recent advances in biotech cancer treatments, and what the sector is doing to make a difference in people’s lives.
March 8, 2023: International Women’s Day
A special edition based around women in biotech, from company leaders to funding to researchers, as well as women’s health.
April 26, 2023 Vaccines
World Immunization Week is April 24-30, and it’s an important week to highlight the action needed and to promote the use of vaccines to protect people around the world, of all ages, against disease.
May 10, 2023 Cell & Gene Therapy
We cover the cell and gene therapy field frequently, but this is an opportunity for a deeper look – what it is, what it can address, and how the future of cell and gene therapy research looks.
June 14, 2023 Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
This special newsletter will cover current research and treatments of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological conditions.
July 12, 2023 mRNA technology
For most people, awareness of mRNA technology started around the time the search for an effective COVID vaccine took place. What advances have there been since then? What other conditions can it address? What research is currently taking place?
September 6, 2023 Science Parks
From September 12-15, the 40th IASP World Conference on Science Parks and Areas of Innovation takes place in Luxembourg. This is an opportunity to take a look at not only this event, but also some of the interesting science parks and life science hubs around the world, as well as some of the potential growth areas.
October 11, 2023 Microbiome
Vast strides have been made in the understanding of the microbiome. This month’s special newsletter is an opportunity to take a deeper dive into the studies currently taking place in the field.
November 15, 2023 Antimicrobial Resistance
The resistance of bacteria to antibiotics is big news, and likely to get bigger. To mark the beginning of World Antibiotic Awareness Week on November 18, we investigate what companies and researchers are doing to address the growing problem.
December 13, 2023 Advances in 2023
This is an overview of some of the biggest news in life sciences in 2023, any major breakthroughs, as well as what we can look forward to in 2024.
If you are interested in contributing to any of these subjects, please get in touch with us.
Also, we may add newsletters throughout the year should there be interest in other subjects. If there is a topic you’d be interested in seeing and would like to sponsor one of these newsletters, please contact our sales team.
September 28, 2022: Foodtech
September 29 is the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste. It’s a critical issue when it comes to the future of food as we come to terms with having to feed an increasing global population without negatively impacting the planet.
October 17, 2022: CRISPR
World CRISPR Day is October 20, so we celebrate the occasion with a special newsletter dedicated to some of the companies in the field, as well as recent advances.
November 14, 2022: Children’s conditions
November 20 is Universal Children’s Day. Sadly, children aren’t immune to diseases and conditions, and this is an opportunity to investigate some of the conditions and treatments being developed to help babies and infants around the world.
December 14, 2022: Startups
What better way to end the year – and look toward the year ahead – than with a feature on new companies entering the biotech space.