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Patent Utility Requirements for Biopharmaceutical Inventions: How Much is Enough?

A debate between the innovative and generic perspectives on pharmaceutical patent law in Canada, moderated …

Cranial Connections: Ontario’s Brain Research is Hardwired for Success

Ontario has long been a leader in life sciences research and technology with brain exploration …

The Week Ahead for Partnering

As mentioned in our twitter feed, BIO Business Forum and Exhibitor Partnering has surpassed the …

Jay Keasling Wins BIO's George Washington Carver Award

BIO announced today that it will honor Jay Keasling, a professor of biochemical engineering at …

The UK at BIO

There are more than 400 delegates from the UK attending the 2013 BIO International Convention. …

How BIO Helps Save Biotech Companies Money

We all know that economic conditions and policy can affect the growth rate and sustainability …

Diverse Panel Announced for Straight Story on Ag Biotech Discussion

Next week as the BIO International Convention comes to Chicago, centered in America’s heartland where …

#BIO2013 Company Snapshot: Trigemina

The BIO One-on-One Partnering System has been working overtime with 15 percent more requests than …

BIO Members Receive Patents for Humanity Award

The United States Patent and Trademark Office announced the winners of the Patents for Humanity …

Evidence, Coverage, & Incentives: A PMC/BIO Solutions Summit Conference

Personalized medicine is changing the way medicine is practiced, and how drugs and biologics are …