Monthly Archives: October 2012

#BIF2012 Company Snapshot: Profil Institute for Translational Medicine

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For the next Company Snapshot for the BIO Investor Forum, we’ve spoken with one of the presenting companies at the event, Profil Institute for Translational Medicine, Inc. To find out more about this organization and what they’re doing for biotech, please read below! You’ll be able to see their presentation onsite, Wednesday 10/10 at 9:30am in the Presidio Room.   Company Snapshot What is your company’s lead product or technology? Based on collaborations with biopharma, Read More >

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BIO’s Pacific Rim Summit to Focus on Building the Biobased Economy

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BIO’s 2012 Pacific Rim Summit on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy comes to Vancouver, Canada next week, October 9-12. Now in its 7th year, the Summit will explore the latest issues in industrial biotechnology, including algae, advanced biofuels, biopolymers and bioplastics, dedicated energy crops, green chemistry, and synthetic biology. “We are excited to bring this conference to Vancouver to highlight the industry’s growth, particularly in Canada,” said Brent Erickson, executive vice president for BIO’s Industrial & Environmental Read More >

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2012 BIO Technology Transfer Symposium

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BIO’s Technology Transfer Symposium is right around the corner, next Monday, October 8th in fact. And whether you are planning on attending the BIO Investor Forum, the Tech Transfer offers a unique insight in to the value of biotech public-private partnerships. The Tech Transfer highlights recent and successful early stage technology transfer deals from a variety of perspectives, including universities, government and venture capitalists. Attendees will learn about how technology transfer offices and industry are working Read More >

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Southern California Biotech Magnet School will Prepare Next Gen Workforce

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Despite increasing global competition, the United States remains the most innovative country on the planet. This competition, of course, is good because it means education and research are growing in the rest of the world. There is some debate as to whether or not this nation is facing a potential hi-tech labor shortage. Though, one thing is certain – teaching science, math, and technology to all kids is so important. This is not just because Read More >

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Virginia Bio Announces New Executive Leadership

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The Virginia Biotechnology Association (Virginia Bio), the premier statewide non-profit trade association for life science industries, has named its interim executive director to the full-time position of chief executive officer. With an extensive background in the law and non-profit sectors as well as the life sciences, Jeffrey Gallagher brings leadership and policy expertise to his newly defined role, where he will be responsible for developing and executing the association’s strategic plans, prioritizing the organization’s areas Read More >

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