Biotech: Industry Databases
In depth market research reports on several emerging high-tech industries, including Biotechnology.
Frost & Sullivan
Geography: Global (limited)
HTML-only industry research reports that integrate seven perspectives (competitive intensity, customer dynamics, industry convergence, disruptive technologies, global mega trends, new business models, and emerging markets) into a complete, overall view of the factors that impact covered industries.
Industry research reports of 30-40 pages on over 700 U.S. industries, inlcuding Biotechnology.
PitchBook *(Current UCI students, faculty, & staff)
Geography: US & Global
Especially useful for finding up-and-coming companies in emerging industries. Data and research covering the private investment market, including venture capital, private equity, and M&A transactions. Information on companies, deals, investors, and funds.
Users must create an account with their UCI email address. Download limits apply.
Domestic and international healthcare sub-industry profiles and company profiles throughout Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare.
Plunkett Research Online
Market research, industry statistics, trends, and in-depth analysis of top companies. Covers Biotechnology, Drugs, Genetics, and Health Care.
Biotech: Academic & Trade Articles
Business Source Complete
Covers virtually all business subject, with content from academic and trade biotech publications, e.g. Pharmaceutical Technology, the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology, and Biotech Business.
Web of Science
Index for finding scholarly articles in the sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, and humanities.
Scholarly articles in the sciences, technology, medicine and social sciences.
Over 16 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles. Includes links to many sites providing full text articles.
A trade publication from India that covers the business of bio-technology. Analyses of policy issues, products and services across the bio-pharma, bio-informatics, bio-infrastructure and bio-agriculture segments.
JSTOR Stands for Journal Storage. Contents comprise entire back runs except for the most recent (2-5 years) of scholarly journals, across all disciplines.