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Jason Corum

Jason is the director of web and new media with the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO). Prior to joining BIO in March 2011, he was the online communications manager for World Food Program USA and an online communications specialist with the Brookings Institution.

Jason is originally from Evergreen Park, Ill. and still thinks that Chicago is the best food city in the nation.  He spends his free time volunteering with the DC Books to Prisons Project, watching movies and reading comics.

Latest Posts

They engineered a better salmon, so why is Congress blocking it?

Steven Salzberg from Fighting Pseudoscience writes: What happened to genetically modified salmon? A few months back I was looking forward to my first taste of the new AquaBounty salmon, which grows to maturity twice as fast as wild salmon. Will it taste just as good? Better? I thought I’d know soon. But then politics intervened. Fighting Pseudoscience is a blog from Forbes.

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#Bio2011: After the Party is Over

Shane Climie, Ph.D., from HealthWorks Collective writes: For the thousands of life science industry representatives who attend the Biotechnology Industry Organization Annual Convention each year, the last few days have been similar to a favorite holiday: exciting, long-awaited, and too quickly over. We’re glad you enjoyed the 2011 BIO International Convention!

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2011 BIO International Convention: Posts from BIO’s Official Bloggers

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Couldn’t make this year’s 2011 BIO International Convention? Did you miss an interesting session? Do you want to hear an insider’s view of what happened or what you missed? If so, you should check out these posts from members of BIO’s Official Blogger program: BIO Convention 2011, Brady Huggett at Trade Secrets – follow Brady at @naturebiotech Canada Kicks Off BIO, Mike Spear at Genome Alberta – follow Mike at @mikesgene If Biotech Builds… Will Read More >

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Docs at BIO: Steve Burrill’s State of the Biotechnology Industry Report 2011

Kevin Noonan from patent Patent Docs writes: The underlying theme of his message this year was that the predominant feature of the biotechnology environment is change, and rapid change. Such change provides challenges but in characteristic fashion Mr. Burrill … espoused the belief that change provides “extraordinary opportunities.” Patent Docs is part of our BIO Official Blogger Program.

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Five things you need to know about the state of the industry

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What is the state of the biotechnology industry? To find out where the it stands and what strategies you need to survive, read Ernst & Young’s 25th annual industry report, Beyond borders: global biotechnology report 2011, that was released during a super session at the 2011 BIO International Convention. What were the industry’s profits last year? What kind of companies received funding? How should you engage the regulators? What new competencies do you need to Read More >

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