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Our Health Care Ecosystem

Meekers

There are currently 907 drugs and vaccines targeting more than 100 diseases in development by U.S. biopharmaceutical companies. It is the first step on a path toward bringing much needed treatments to patients. However, with the current focus on the cost of health care, regulatory approval is not the final hurdle. Increasingly, the ability of patients to access new therapies is determined by those who pay for the treatments. Skyrocketing development costs, concerns about the Read More >

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Session Summary: What Every CEO Must Know About IP In Biotech

Biotech Boot Camp

On Sunday, April 21st, 2013, I attended a standing room only session titled, “What Every CEO Must Know About IP In Biotech”, part of Day One of Entrepreneurship Boot Camp. Kathryn Doyle, Ph.D., J.D., of Riverside Law and Stephan Sammut of the Wharton School spoke about changing patent laws and what they mean for biotech companies. Concepts and tips discussed included: How to develop a patent strategy when developing a product you’re trying to commercialize When Read More >

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BioGENEius Challenge: The Very Real Students of BIO

BioGENEius

With the 2013 BioGENEius Challenge underway, we’ll soon find out who will be one of the new young leaders in the biotechnology industry. With younger generations growing increasingly civic minded and looking to affect their communities by finding first-rate solutions to food, climate and health challenges, the BioGENEius Challenge fosters the best, smartest and most skilled workers who aim to tackle these issues and pursue a career in biotechnology. The BioGENEius International Challenge is one of the Read More >

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It’s Earth Day 2013 Modern Farming Raises the Bar

Today, as thousands of attendees assemble for the 2013 BIO International Convention, the world celebrates Earth Day. This is fitting as biotechnology in agriculture has helped to revolutionize farming and make it more environmentally friendly. Not only are the world’s farmers producing more food than ever before, they’re able to do it in ways that conserve water, preserve soil nutrients, lessen the need for pesticide applications and reduce carbon emissions. Reducing Emissions No-till or low-till Read More >

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Welcome to Chicago, a City with Something for Everyone

Anna Protopapas

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Chicago for the 2013 BIO International Convention. Chicago is one of the world’s most vibrant and sophisticated cities and has a wealth of things to see and do. Here are some of the things I like to do when I’m in town. Our iconic sites If you only have time to do one thing while in town, I recommend a trip to Millennium Park, the city’s 25-acre Read More >

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