Author Archive: George Goodno

George Goodno

George is the Director of State Policy Communications at BIO and enjoys the opportunity to advocate for and educate audiences about the positive societal and economic impact of the bioscience industry. Another great aspect of his job is getting to work with BIO’s broad network of state bioscience associations to help advance legislative and regulatory initiatives that will continue to improve this high-skill, high-wage industry. In his spare time, he enjoys running, skiing, hiking, gardening, and most of all, spending time with his awesome wife and two daughters.

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Doggonn It! This Kitty May Be Researchers’ New Best Friend

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The glow-in-the-dark cat is out of the bag. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota have genetically modified domestic cats to resist the feline form of AIDS. As reported in the journal Nature Methods, this new achievement is a milestone in the ongoing quest to protect humans from the virus. And yes, these kitties glow in the dark. A green fluorescent protein was added to a gene from rhesus macaque monkeys that is known Read More >

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Registration Now Open for California Healthcare Institute’s Annual Meeting

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Register Now for CHI Annual Meeting, Nov. 3, in San Francisco and Save Register now for CHI’s 2011 Annual Meeting, focused on the relationship between biomedical innovation and public policy, and receive early-bird savings to this signature event. The annual meeting, “Shifting Sands: Forces Reshaping the Biomedical Innovation Business Model,” takes place Thursday, Nov. 3, at San Francisco’s Julia Morgan Ballroom. The event will bring together hundreds of leading executives from biotechnology, medical device and Read More >

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Q&A on Emmy Award Winning Biotech Education Campaign

Matt Gardner

While the biotechnology industry was born in Northern California over thirty years ago, companies falling under its broad umbrella can now be found in every corner of the world. From humble beginnings, its impact can now be seen in everything from consumer goods to cancer drugs. None-the-less, Northern California remains the center of the industry’s growing orbit. Many of the world’s greatest research institutions and biotech companies were born here and remain headquartered here. To Read More >

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Virginia BIO Hosts Free Live Streaming Panel for Start-Ups

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It’s a bit late notice, but if you’re going to be at your desk during lunch today, you should check out the following panel discussion entitled “Entrepreneurship Failures and Successes: The Perspective of Entrepreneurial Faculty.” The Virginia Biotechnology Association (VABIO) is pleased offer an opportunity to view the sold out Greater Richmond Bioscience Luncheon live on the web through our new LiveStream channel. The program will take place Thursday, September 8, from 12:00-1:30 p.m., and program Read More >

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A Matter of Economics; OK Gov Fallin Talks Biotech

Mary Fallin, Governor of Oklahoma

A few weeks ago Sheri Stickley, President of the Oklahoma Bioscience Association guest blogged about her experience at the 2011 BIO International Convention. As I have mentioned before, this year’s event drew more than 100 public officials and 11 U.S. Governors. We were particularly honored to have several Governors attend our event for the first time. Among them was Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin. Like many other public officials, she traveled to the convention to publicize Read More >

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