Monthly Archives: May 2009

Countdown to Convention

Hosted by BIO, the global event for biotechnology will take place May 18-21, 2009, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga., and is expected to draw close to 20,000 industry leaders from around the world.  The convention program features more than 150 sessions in 21 breakout session tracks highlighting the latest information and the newest opportunities for executives, investors, scientists, policy leaders, and media from around the world. More than 1,000 speakers will Read More >

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BIO’s Town Hall Meetings

Our new branding and communication campaign begins with the idea that we need to start with the men and women who work in our industry. We want to make sure they are as informed as possible about the policy issues that affect their companies’ success or failure. We want to create an on-line community of our own. To launch this effort I’ve been on the road doing “town hall” meetings with company employees. Starting in Read More >

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BIO IP News Weekly for May 1, 2009

Click here to read BIO’s IP News Weekly for the week of May 1, 2009. For more information about BIO, visit www.bio.org.

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BIO Home Video: The Promise of Personalized Medicine

A short interview with Dr. Daryl Pritchard, Director, Research Programs Advocacy, BIO, about how personalized medicine innovation provides opportunities for sustainable healthcare reform.

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EPA Ready to Release Rules for RFS

The White House Office of Management and Budget has completed its review of the EPA’s rules for the Renewable Fuel Standard, which will contain the lifecycle analysis for U.S. fuels. Reuters and the Des Moines Register have reported on the significance of the rule, though EPA has not made clear when the rule will be published in the Federal Register, beginning the comment period. The rule, much like California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (CARB), will Read More >

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