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Plan Now to Attend the 15th Annual BIO Investor Forum Oct 18-19, San Francisco

The BIO Investor Forum, now in its 15th year, is open for registration. An international conference with plenary sessions, business roundtables, company presentations, therapeutic workshops, networking opportunities and partnering meetings, it is designed to help early-stage companies find sources of capital. Attendees will have opportunities to learn about the latest investment trends as well as showcase their company to qualified investors. BIO is pleased to announce that Rachel Haurwitz, PhD, CEO of Caribou Biosciences, will Read More >

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Explore Biotech Innovation at the BIO Latin America Conference

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The BIO Latin America Conference, happening October 26-28 in São Paulo, Brazil, is the ideal venue to explore the innovation and partnering opportunities in Latin America’s rapidly-growing life science industry. The conference will bring together more than 600 leaders, executives, researchers and investors from around the world to discuss trends and innovations, navigate industry challenges, attend company presentations, conduct face-to-face partnering meetings and learn more about investment opportunities within this emerging Latin American market. The conference will feature Read More >

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BIO2016 Keynote Videos: Jim Greenwood and Ron Cohen

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In case you missed it, below are the keynote remarks from BIO President & CEO, Jim Greenwood and BIO Chair, Ron Cohen at the 2016 BIO International Convention in San Francisco. Jim Greenwood: Ron Cohen:

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ICER’s Flawed Methodology Could Lead To Healthcare Rationing

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In a column published in USA Today recently, Jeff Stier, a Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, sheds light on the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER). Stier points out the group’s fundamentally-flawed (and possibly dangerous) approach and how their reports influence which drugs are listed on your insurer’s formulary based on what those drugs will cost the insurer – rather than what’s best for you as a patient.  “…we’ve Read More >

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Celebrating the Past, Present, and Future of Ag Biotech at the BIO 2016 Conference

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In the years since biotech crops were first commercially planted in 1996, farmers worldwide have been enjoying their numerous agronomic, economic, and environmental benefits.  To celebrate 20 years of biotech successes CropLife International is organizing Table for Twenty events around the world throughout the year. These dinner dialogues are bringing together leading voices in agriculture, food policy, and science to reflect back and consider the future of farming. The Council for Biotechnology Information and GMO Read More >

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