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Brazil Reaches Beyond Borders to Strengthen STEM Education

The Brazilian government has set an aggressive goal: To train 101,000 Brazilian students and researchers …

USPTO Blogpost Brings Mayo Down to Earth

The United States Patent and Trademark Office Director David Kappos posted a blogpost called “Some …

2012 Fall Event Preview

The 2012 BIO International Convention, the global event for biotechnology, held at the Boston Convention …

Prop 37 Promises to Rattle the Entire U.S. Food Chain

Debate continues on whether or not the labeling of foods derived from biotechnology is needed or …

Developments in the creation of a single EU Patent System stalled – Again.

By Catherine McLoughlin, specialist solicitor for Biotech and Pharmaceutical Companies, Pannone LLP After 40 years …

Learning the Truth About Clinical Trials

There are currently over 60,000 clinical trials occurring in the United States. These programs not …

Pharmaceuticals Play a Key Role in Value-Based Care

By Dan Leonard, President, National Pharmaceutical Council Public and private sector health care stakeholders have …

The Great Green Fleet

Last week the U.S. Navy took part in the 22-nation Pacific Rim training exercises off …

The U.S. Government’s Position in ACLU v. Myriad Genetics

Hans Sauer, BIO’s Deputy General Counsel for Intellectual Property, comments on  the Department of Justice’s brief …

2 FIELDS 1 GOAL: Protecting the Integrity of Science and Sport

In just over a week, the eyes of the world will fall on London as …