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CHI Program to Offer Tips for Acquiring Pipeline Funding

Biomedical innovations rely largely on scientific breakthroughs, which in turn happen through well-structured research programs. …

STEM Education Aimed at Girls

We write a fair bit about STEM education here at BIOtechNOW, so I was a …

Governor Quinn Invites Biotech Professionals to Chicago

Governor Pat Quinn has long been a champion of the bioscience industry – both for …

Beantown Biotech: 'Dominant Life Sciences Cluster'

Massachusetts’ Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, Greg Bialecki, was quoted in today’s Boston Herald …

BIO's South Dakota Affiliate Announces New Executive Director

The South Dakota Biotechnology Association has hired Joni Johnson, a renewable fuels industry expert, as …

California Biomedical Companies Cite Lack Of Funding As Major Concern

As I have mentioned in past blog posts, the U.S. bioscience industry has demonstrated stability …

When it Comes to Patients, There is No Average

Next month, the National Pharmaceutical Council will host a forum — which BIO is cosponsoring …

Biotech is Growing in Colorado

Last month I posted a link to an interview featuring Colorado BioScience Association‘s (CBSA) Executive …

eAdvocacy Summit Brings Together More Than 130 Groups

BIO’s mission is to champion biotechnology issues by advocating for policies that will enable the …

BayBio Op-ed featured in Xconomy

Gail Maderis, President & CEO of BayBio, recently discussed the strength of Northern California’s biotechnology …