2024 Life Sciences Trends to Watch
6 trends that will shape the industry within the categories of ecosystems and geographies, advancing innovation and strategic partnerships
- Maddie Holmes
- Mark Bruso
Technological advancements such as additive manufacturing, closed-loop continuous systems and AI are driving significant disruption in the life sciences industry. This convergence – combined with new scientific breakthroughs and sustainable innovations – is creating abundant opportunities for life sciences companies, investors and developers. One reflection of this is apparent in forecasts for future therapies by molecular type:
As a result, there is a need for a comprehensive reassessment of traditional real estate and facilities strategies. Forward-thinking life sciences organizations have the chance to apply these trends to their real estate and facilities, and carve out a niche in the ever-evolving industry.
So, what will matter most in the year ahead? Explore the six trends driving the life sciences industry forward in 2024:
- Everything is hyperlocal
- It’s an occupier’s market
- Sustainable design and operations
- Doing more with less
- Wave of new modalities
- Patent cliff is the perfect storm for M&A
Discover the trends that have a unique and long-term impact on your locations, workplace environments and overall portfolio.