Developing talent – Chinese education and the pharmaceutical sciences

Richard Tadd Blog

There’s a revolution taking place in China’s healthcare sector, and it has nothing to do with COVID-19. Despite all the reports you may have seen suggesting that new medical infrastructure in the country was being developed in response to the emergence of the new coronavirus, this is something that was in motion long before, and it’s set to change millions …

Healthcare research – understanding the Chinese regulatory framework

Richard Tadd Blog

China has always been an attractive destination for researchers in the healthcare sector because of its size and population, and the scale of studies thus made possible. Until recently, though, its regulatory system was cumbersome and not well designed for foreigners, who found it hard to understand what was required of them. Thankfully, the past couple of years have seen …

Rapid test kit for COVID-19 soon to be deployed as new interest develops in Chinese research

Richard Tadd Industry News

A university situated in Northern China announced earlier this week that they were ready to release their new testing kits for the novel coronavirus that is now known as COVID-19. Nankai University is based in the city of Tianjin and lies just shy of 70 miles southeast of Beijing. The century-old university collaborated with other top schools around the nation, …

The developing biotech sector in China

Richard Tadd Blog

Twenty years ago, China’s biotech industry was worth around $2.4bn. This year, its revenues are expected to exceed $1.2tn. That’s a remarkable achievement by any standards, and one that has understandably led to excitement among investors and industry professionals alike. How has it been achieved? How has the sector actually changed and what can we expect to see in the …