Biotechnology markets include the tools, consumables, services and intellectual property necessary for life sciences and applied medical research. The products of such research include biopharmaceuticals, vaccines, and other biologics. Emerging markets like that of mass spectrometry used in clinical testing applications highlight technological advances that urge more companies to make deals in the field of biotechnology. As the industry grows, companies will develop and integrate automated platforms and diagnostic kits that greatly increase convenience and reliability. This efficiency-mindedness had permeated the past decade in the biotechnology field, as the pace and breadth of translational or biomedical research has created multi-billion dollar markets for research tools and services as well as for the discovered and subsequently marketed biologics. In the future, companies hope to see convenient clinical diagnostic applications eventually coming into multiple areas of the clinical lab.

Next Generation Sequencing
Instrumentation & Equipment
Emerging Technologies