Monthly Archives: April 2011

It’s Official

Partnering is a go for the BIO Business Forum! Stay tuned for blog posts about some of the new features you’ll be seeing this year. If you missed the announcement, take a look here and sign up for future emails from the International Convention team. Happy Partnering!

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FDA: A Cornerstone of America’s Economic Future

Nancy Myers

By Nancy Bradish Myers, JD, President, Alliance for a Stronger FDA For close to 20 years, we have been told that FDA oversees products that represent 25 percent of all consumer spending. This has always been an impressive statistic and often awakened Capitol Hill to the realization that FDA matters in important and unexpected ways. But is that all there is to FDA’s role in the U.S. economy? Fortunately it isn’t. FDA is a regulatory Read More >

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Fabry Patient Law Suit and Request to NIH for March-in Petition Rehearing

An article out of the Genomics Law Report discussing the recent law suit citing violations of the Bayh Dole Act. A second article from Patent Docs discusses the request for rehearing of the patients petition to the NIH for march-in.

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Debating Technology’s Role in Alleviating Hunger

The blog Plenty to Think About focuses on the issues surrounding global food production and world hunger. Although the blog is sponsored by Elanco, its purpose is to serve as an online forum where many voices can share their perspectives on what it will take to feed more than 9 billion people by 2050.  By 2050, the world will need to produce 100 percent more food, and according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Read More >

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USPTO Remains Open for Six Business Days if Government Shuts Down

Press Release, 11-26 USPTO Prepares for Possible Government Shutdown In the event of a government shutdown on April 9, 2011, the United States Patent and Trademark Office will remain open and continue to operate as usual for a period of six business days – through Monday, April 18, 2011 — because the USPTO has enough available reserves, not linked to the current fiscal year, to remain in operation until then. Should a shutdown occur and Read More >

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