Category Archives: Inside BIO Industry Analysis
Liquid biopsy is considered “liquid gold”. Estimates the global testing market to reach $20 billion by 2020.
Modern biotechnology is a relatively young industry, but in just over 40 years, the entrepreneurs, researchers and investors working in this field have firmly established themselves at the forefront of medical innovation and the search for new cures and therapies for previously untreatable diseases. That’s why it is important that policy proposals designed to respond to the activities of outliers like Turing Pharmaceuticals and Valeant do not hurt America’s leadership in biotechnology innovation and investment. Read More >
The 2015 BIO Investor Forum is just two weeks away, and it’s gearing up to be the most productive Forum yet. The event will take place October 20-21, 2015 at the Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco, California, and will feature several new programs and activities for attendees. Register now to join your colleagues for an exciting two days of networking, company presentations, BIO One-on-OneTM partnering meetings, and exciting expert-led panels. Here’s what to expect Read More >
An article published in the New England Journal of Medicine by biotech critics Philip Landrigan and Charles Benbrook condemns the use of GMO crops and herbicides. Ultimately, the authors offer a pair of personal recommendations calling for the EPA to delay its permit for Enlist Duo, a new combination herbicide comprising glyphosate plus 2,4-D; and urging for the mandatory labeling of GM foods. Push back on the article and Landrigan’s and Benbrook’s recommendations has been Read More >
In June, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff met with President Barack Obama to reaffirm their commitment to strengthening traditional ties, expand trade, and investment cooperation by issuing a Joint Communique which recognizes the work sharing potential of each country. This important milestone in U.S.-Brazilian diplomatic relations underscores the importance of supporting bilateral biofuels and biomedicine innovation by eliminating obstacles to the growth of investment, research and innovation. BIO invites you to learn more about the effect Read More >