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#BIO2013 Company Snapshot: Acreo Swedish ICT

Acreo

The BIO Business Forum at the International Convention is in full swing! Partnering meetings began at 8:00am this morning, with the first Exhibitor Partnering meetings starting later in the day after the Opening Ceremony. Presentations have also begun. We’ve been highlighting a few presenters in our snapshot campaign, and below is more information on another: Acreo Swedish ICT, a diagnostics and platform technologies company presenting Wednesday at 10:30am in the Chicago Cubs Room. Read more Read More >

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Legislative Hopes, Fears

PNNL Research Scientist Heather Brown

Biotechnology advances are poised now more than ever to help policymakers achieve their goals of supporting innovation in health care, renewable energy, and green technologies. How can they help us? Here are our six hopes (and one big concern) for the term ahead. HOPE 1: Cultivate an atmosphere for patient access to our products While the Congress considers finding savings, do it in a way that does not threaten patient access to drug products by 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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Twenty Years & Counting: Welcome to Chicago!

Jim Greenwood

Welcome to the 2013 BIO International Convention. It is hard to believe, but this year BIO reaches a significant milestone as we celebrate 20 years of bringing innovation, opportunity and growth to an industry that heals, fuels and feeds the world. From a small beginning – less than 1,500 people attended the first BIO meeting in 1993 – our Convention has grown into the most influential biotech gathering in the world, attracting thousands of industry Read More >

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