Monthly Archives: September 2013

Call For Sessions – Speak Now. The Industry is Listening.

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BIO is seeking to bring the most innovative thinkers in biotechnology together at the BIO International Convention, June 23-26th, 2014, in San Diego, CA. Speaking at the BIO International Convention gives you access to biotech thought leaders from over 4,000 companies in 65 countries. BIO is seeking speakers who are forward leaning, engaging and who drive meaningful discussion about what’s on the forefront of the industry. Education enhancements in 2014 include: streamlined session tracks organized Read More >

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BIO Investor Forum Company Snapshot: DLVR Therapeutics

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DLVR Therapeutics will be presenting in the Discovery Company Track at the upcoming BIO Investor Forum. Below, this early-stage company based in Ontario, answers our snapshot questions to provide attendees and readers with more perspective on their work. Company Snapshot What is your company’s lead product or technology?  DLVR is developing an innovative nanoparticle for delivery of nucleotides, such as small interfering RNA (siRNA). Our key differentiator is the synthesis of an HDL-mimetic phospholipid-based particle Read More >

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Despite Opposition from the Scientific Community, Efforts to Label GMOs Continue

Ag Biotech: Going on the Offense

The editors of Scientific American™ have notably compiled several firm arguments to counter support for labeling of foods made from genetically modified organisms (GMOs).  In their recent editorial titled, Label for GMO Foods Are a Bad Idea, Scientific American™ has successfully demonstrated how GMO labeling limits consumer choice, how foods containing GM ingredients can provide consumers with vital nutrients and how GMOs can be less costly to their conventional counterparts.  Here is a sample of Read More >

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Top Biotech States Ranked

We here at BIO prefer to stay away from ranking states. After all, every state is different. Bioscience economic development in a nation as large and diverse as the United States is as varied as the country itself. A complex array of factors influence the allocation of resources and the nature of bioscience industry development: Presence of Universities Talent in the workforce Climate and geography Sufficiency of business capital Historical economic influences Ultimately, these characteristics Read More >

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