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We hope the dust has settled from Boston’s International Convention, and you’re ready for a busy fall schedule! Here’s just a quick post on some recent articles that have been published on BIOtechNOW that’s worth a read. 2012 Fall Event Preview – A recap of BIO’s upcoming BD events, among others. 2012 BIO Convention in China: Highlighting Cross-Border Partnering in Biotechnology – Take a deeper look at the 2nd Annual BIO China event. We’re also Read More >

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“Farmers Need Drought-Resistant Crops”

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Terry Wanzek, ND State Senator and Jamestown farmer authored an editorial on the need for drought resistant crops for Truth About Trade & Technology: More than half of the United States is now suffering through drought conditions, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Only the droughts of 1934, 1939, and 1954 spread across larger areas. Every plant requires water to grow, but some plants survive with less. The cactus flourishes in hot and dry climates Read More >

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New Rare Disease Miniseries

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Calling all biopharma researchers! Morning show “The Balancing Act” is producing a miniseries called “Roulette Wheel of Rare and Genetic Diseases,” and they are looking for pharmaceutical partners to help educate their audience. The series is working with the Global Genes Project to help educate patients and their families about new research, clinical trials, and government policies that affect those with a rare disease. Patient groups are already excited about this opportunity to spread awareness- take Read More >

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2012 BIO Convention in China: Highlighting Cross-Border Partnering in Biotechnology

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In its second year, the BIO Convention in China will be held October 24-25, 2012 in Shanghai, China. BIO China will bring together executives from biotechnology, pharmaceutical companies and investment firms from North America, Europe and Asia to meet and explore business opportunities with China’s emerging biotech and rapidly expanding pharmaceutical sectors. Read more to learn why you can’t miss this event! Revenues from biologics are skyrocketing in China, posting an annual growth rate of Read More >

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Technology Transfer Impact? Senator Bayh Informs on IPWatchdog

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IPWatchdog published an article by former Senator Birch Bayh highlighting a BIO commissioned study showing the economic impact of technology transfer on the U.S. economy.  “A new study shows that this spinning of straw into gold is precisely what our academic research organizations have been quietly doing year after year.  The just released report “The Economic Contribution of University/Nonprofit Inventions in the United States: 1996-2010” provides a much needed dose of good economic news when Read More >

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