Monthly Archives: October 2010

Getting to Market: The Challenges of Technology Transfer

An article about BIO’s recent Technology Transfer Symposium. Getting to Market: The Challenges of Technology Transfer Attendees at special symposium focus on issues of commercializing and licensing biotech discoveries Read the post on BIOtech NOW

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New Blogger

Patently Biotech has a new writer.  My name is Roy Zwahlen and I am the new Intellectual Property manager at BIO.  I am an attorney and political science undergraduate and fascinated with intellectual property policy.  I am excited about this opportunity to enter the IP blogosphere. My hope is to provide information about BIO’s IP activities including conferences and amicus briefs.  I also hope to reintroduce our IP staff and spotlight our BIO company members.  Read More >

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New Salmon Can Address a Myriad Of Problems

By Elliot Entis, co-founder of AquaBounty Technologies (From The Hill, Friday, October 8, 2010)  Natural fish stocks have been so depleted in the past few decades that more than half of the salmon we consume here in the United States comes to us from “fish farming,” 97 percent of which is imported. That’s because we consume highly-desirable fish like salmon at least twice as fast as it can reproduce in the wild. In 1993, AquaBounty, Read More >

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First Person: An Advocate for Healthcare Innovations Becomes a Patient

Patients are always on our minds at BIO as we work to increase access to safe and effective therapies by advancing policies that support innovation. We all have friends and family members living with chronic conditions or fighting life-threatening diseases, such as cancer, Parkinson’s or ALS. Disease hit close to home recently when a member of the BIO family, Deputy General Counsel for Healthcare Sandi Dennis, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fortunately, it was caught Read More >

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State of the Industry – From BIO Investor Forum 2010

Here is our slide deck from the 9th annual BIO Investor Forum in San Francisco: BIO Investor Forum 2010 final   From the media and blogosphere: Bloomberg in vivo blog Medical Technology Stock Letter

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