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Understanding the Biotech Market in Brazil

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The biotechnology market in Brazil has seen enormous activity this year in both the areas of industrial biotechnology and healthcare. In a recent webinar that discussed the latest results of the annual Scientific American Worldview report, panelists were especially excited by the partnering opportunities in Brazil. Mike May, Editorial Director, Scientific American Worldview, commented, “Brazil is, as a country, like a master of partnering. They partner in the country between industry and government. They partner Read More >

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Why Connected Digital Health Matters… to the Biotech Community

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The WLSA is a San Diego based international association of companies and organizations that are committed to the acceleration of wireless and digital technologies in health care. Formed in 2005, we fostered many of the early innovations in the field, such as CardioNet (mobile cardiac telemetry), Proteus Digital Health (wirelessly observed therapy) and a variety of remote patient monitoring and adherence services. Under an arrangement with BIO, WLSA is bringing the best thought leaders and Read More >

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BIO Partnering: Intersection of Academic and Industry

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Earlier this month, BIO hosted a Google Hangout to discuss BIO Partnering: Intersection of Academic and Industry. We had an excellent lineup of guests discussing emerging models in tech transfer and translational research, novel collaborations between industry and academia, and of course the pivotal role that BIO’s 1-on-1 Partnering and tech transfer programming at #BIO14 will play in advancing industry-university relationships. Since we didn’t get a chance to address all of the excellent questions that were submitted during Read More >

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Warning: What You Need To Know, If Going To BIO!

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The following article, reproduced in full below, was originally published at Life Science Leader. This year’s BIO International Convention will take place in San Diego from June 23 to 26. Going to BIO is like going to the Louvre in Paris or the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., because even with extensive planning, you can’t possibly see everything. What I hate about the BIO event is that there are so many sessions, so many booths, and so little time. You Read More >

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BIO Innovation Zone Company Snapshots: Humanetics Corporation

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Next month in San Diego at the BIO International Convention, BIO will be partnering with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science foundation (NSF) to host the first-ever BIO Innovation Zone. The Zone will feature Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded early-stage biotech companies. The SBIR/STTR program provides U.S. federal funding to small businesses engaged in research with the potential for commercialization. Companies are rigorously vetted through the NIH and NSF SBIR review process prior to Read More >

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