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

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 Financers Come?, Angie Drakulich at PharmTech Talk

USAID: Global Health Efforts Tied to American Security, Angie Drakulich at PharmTech Talk

NIH Director Francis Collins: Broadening Our Vision of Global Health, Angie Drakulich at PharmTech Talk

That Elusive Factor, Brady Huggett at Trade Secrets – follow Brady at @naturebiotech

BIORadio, Mike Spear at Genome Alberta – follow Mike at @mikesgene

Third Annual Scientific American Worldview: Measuring Global Biotechnology, Yali Friedman at BiotechBlog – follow Yali at @thinkbiotech

A Conversation with NIH Director Francis S. Collins, PharmTech.com

Talent is Talent, Brady Huggett at Trade Secrets – follow Brady at @naturebiotech

Biotech and Emerging Markets: Perspectives from Brazil, India, Argentina, and South Africa, Angie Drakulich at PharmTech Talk

Boiling Things Down, Brady Huggett at Trade Secrets – follow Brady at @naturebiotech

Live from BIO: Transitioning to human models a big obstacle for DNA cancer vaccines, Erica Teichert at FierceBiotech

Getting Your Idea to Market – Crossing Death Valley, Betsy Raymond Stevenson at Snapshot – follow Betsy at @Betsy_RSHC

Docs at BIO: Steve Burrill’s State of the Biotechnology Industry Report 2011, Kevin Noonan at Patent Docs – follow Kevin at @patentdocs

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2 Responses to 2011 BIO International Convention: Posts from BIO’s Official Bloggers

  1. Mike Spear says:

    Thanks for the mention.
    Still editing some of the recorded interviews and they will be posted this week on our blog at http://genomealberta.ca/blogs and many of the BIO posts I’ve come across have been aggregated on GenOmics at http://facebook.genomealberta.ca
    And again, thanks for the opportunitity to participate and helping me out with space, etc to record some of the interview and to stream the audio.

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