We’re working together to shape the future of biotech. Take a look inside Genentech.
At Genentech, our t-shirts represent our stories - about our people, our community, and ultimately about the impact of biotechnology on medicine.
How we can use fast-moving, convergent technologies to meet industry challenges. Daniel Kraft, M.D., explains.
DNA Effect: Live Webcast
Thank you to everyone who tuned in for the webcast. Check back soon for a recap of the discussion!
From Molecules to Medicines
Ann Lee-Karlon, Ph.D., SVP of Portfolio Management and operations on how teams and decision making influence drug discovery and development.
Have some fun and quiz yourself on the history of biotechnology as well as some fun facts about our DNA Effect Panelists.
Getting Personal with Genomics
Knowing your personal genome can inform medical decisions, but comes with certain responsibilities. By George Church, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School.
Companion to Copilot
As medicine becomes more targeted, diagnostics will be as instrumental in battling disease as the medicines themselves.
While continued research into basic tumor biology reveals many potential new targets for cancer medicines, it is also raising more questions about how the cell works. Robert C. Gentleman explains.
Partnering is a relatively new phenomenon for biopharmaceutical companies, but collaboration has been part of Genentech’s DNA from the beginning.
Medicine has always been personalized, it’s only now that we are started applying the concept to developing treatment. Kim Blackwell, M.D., explains.
Go Biotech Antiquing!
It's easy to get caught up in today's modern technology, but some of our most important discoveries were made with equipment one could consider antiques. Quiz yourself!
A Bullish Future
Thousands of biotechnology innovations have followed since the start of the industry four decades ago. Here's how we can ensure the industry continues to develop and evolve. By James C. Greenwood, BIO
Meet the Panel
Drs. Arthur Levinson, Kimberly Blackwell, George Church and Daniel Kraft are industry leaders dedicated to advancing medicine and biotechnology.
In 1976, biochemist Dr. Herb Boyer and businessman Bob Swanson met for a beer. Learn how their meeting inspired an industry.
Learn more about the Birth of Biotech artifact display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Biotechnology & You
Biotechnology innovations are around you every day. You just might not realize it. Read 7 Ways Biotech Impacts You.
Who said science can’t be fun? Learn about maximum parsimony by playing a digital game that inspires the citizen scientist in all of us.