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BIO Newsletter: BIO 2017 Delivers Again, John Maraganore Takes the Reins as BIO Chair
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It's a Wrap-BIO 2017 Delivers Again
Breaking all previous partnering records, BIO 2017 hosted over 41,400 partnering meetings during this year’s event. Facilitated by BIO’s unique One-on-One Partnering™ system, these invaluable connections form the foundation of innovative industry collaborations and scientific breakthroughs. The annual event drew 16,123 biotech leaders from around the globe and provided attendees with unique perspectives on the immense opportunities and complex challenges ahead for the industry…
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John Maraganore
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Alnylam CEO John Maraganore Takes the Reins as BIO Chair arrow
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BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology
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I&E Workforce Development, Diversity, and Inclusion
BIO Adopts Principles on Workforce Development, Diversity, and Inclusion
Last week, during BIO2017, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) released a set of principles on workforce development, diversity, and inclusion (WDDI) for the biotechnology industry. Concurrent with the adoption of these principles, BIO established a board-level WDDI Committee charged with working to foster workforce development, diversity, and inclusion at BIO and throughout the biotech industry…
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I&E BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology
Industrial Biotechnology Reaches A Milestone: A Decade of Business Growth and Environmental Solutions
Over the past decade, the industrial biotechnology sector has commercialized unique environmental solutions to produce renewable chemicals, biobased products and biofuels from sustainable biomass, and many of them have premiered at the annual BIO World Congress…
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Food & Ag FOOD & AGRICULTURE
One Health Holds the Key to Preventing the Next Pandemic
Can we combat disease threats before they even emerge? In the fight against infectious diseases, understanding where outbreaks are most likely to happen and under which circumstances can help us develop tools to address risk to potentially prevent the next pandemic…
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HEALTH Intellectual Property
Licensing of Academic Patents Has Contributed Up to $1.3 Trillion to US Economy
The licensing of university research has made a significant contribution to US gross domestic product, industry gross output, and jobs over the last two decades, according to an independent study commissioned by BIO and the Association of University Technology Managers…
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HEALTH HEALTH
Expanded Access: New Opportunities for Patients and Sponsors
Patients with serious or life-threatening conditions may find themselves with no treatment options once approved therapies are exhausted. Faced with this situation, these patients and their physicians may consider the use of an investigational medicine, such as by enrolling in a clinical trial. If no suitable research trial is available for enrollment, access to investigational drugs may be provided through expanded access…
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I&E event
City of South San Francisco Recognizes Contributions to Biotech Industry Growth
BIO’s Pete Pellerito received the City of South San Francisco’s first ever special recognition award in honor and appreciation of his guidance and support of the city’s biotech industry growth strategy over the past twenty years…
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Food & Ag FOOD & AGRICULTURE
Exploring Danone’s “One Planet. One Health” Hypocrisy
Danone, the world’s largest yogurt maker, is making headlines again for another possibly well-intentioned, yet short-sighted, effort dubbed "One Planet. One Health."
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Food & Ag FOOD & AGRICULTURE
Evolving Beyond (Just) Answers: Why The Revamped GMO Answers Is A Resource For You
The refreshed GMOAnswers.com is the latest evolution in our continued commitment to creating a central, user-friendly resource for GMO and biotechnology information…
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