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Looking Back, Looking Ahead: BIO Sets Policy Priorities for 2011

The ability of BIO members to heal, fuel, and feed the world depends on having …

Game-Changing Strategies for the Future of the Biotech Industry

The biotechnology industry works to translate life science into solutions for healing previously untreatable medical …

Working With A New Congress

Having experienced many election nights as a state legislator and Member of Congress, I still …

Therapeutic Discovery Project Saves Research That Can Save Lives

This morning,U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the awardees of …

First Person: An Advocate for Healthcare Innovations Becomes a Patient

Patients are always on our minds at BIO as we work to increase access to …

Therapeutic Discovery Program Is a Shot in the Arm for Small Biotechs

Innovation is one of the things Americans do best and when it comes to creating …

Misguided Fear of Biotech Should Not Translate to Regulatory Hurdles

A recent editorial in the New York Times lays bare how demonization of biotechnology hinders …

Maintaining a Healthy Biotech Industry

For emerging biotech companies, the economic climate remains challenging. As of April 2010, 38 percent …

BIO Media Briefing Provides Update on Key Public Policy Issues

BIO hosted a media briefing on Wednesday, June 30th, with Jim Greenwood and Rachel King, …

State of the Industry Address from 2010 BIO International Convention

This was the opening slide for my talk in Atlanta last year. We found ourselves …