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From BioGENEius to Champion of Biotech

BioGENEius Challege

After losing a friend to cancer at a young age, I knew that I would dedicate my life to improving the lives of others who suffered from disease. At that young age it was difficult for me to fathom why, after a colossal investment of time and money into research, there was still no cure for cancer. In high school, I was fortunate enough to find myself working in the lab of Dr. Marek Los, Read More >

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BIO Innovation Zone Company Snapshots: GlycoMira Therapeutics, TheraSource, and Biomedica Management

BIO Innovation Zone

Later this month in Philadelphia at the BIO International Convention, BIO will be partnering with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) to host the 2nd annual, newly-expanded BIO Innovation Zone. The Zone will feature Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded early-stage biotech companies. The SBIR/STTR program provides U.S. federal funding to small businesses engaged in research with the potential for commercialization. Each of the companies has been rigorously vetted through the SBIR/STTR review process Read More >

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10 Days Until BIO 2015: Official Bloggers Preview

Next week, we will be introducing you to BIO’s Official Bloggers, writers who are on top of the biotechnology beat, and will be covering BIO2015 on BIOtechNOW and their own blogs.  Until then, here’s a snapshot of what you’ll be seeing more of over the next two weeks: Bloomberg BNA’s Health Care Blog John T. Aquino reports on a media conference call with BIO’s President and CEO Jim Greenwood and Scott Whitaker, BIO’s COO and President Read More >

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BIO Innovation Zone Company Snapshots: CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals

BIO Innovation Zone

This month in Philadelphia at the BIO International Convention, BIO will be partnering with the National Science foundation (NSF) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to host the 2nd annual, newly-expanded BIO Innovation Zone. The Zone will feature Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded early-stage biotech companies. The SBIR/STTR program provides U.S. federal funding to small businesses engaged in research with the potential for commercialization. Each of the companies has been rigorously vetted through the SBIR/STTR review process Read More >

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Life Science Leader Asks: Are you Ready for a Grant-Funding QA Audit?

Life Science Leader

In my second installment of a four-part series interviewing Peter Young, executive-in-residence with A.M. Pappas & Associates, he shared insights on how to prepare for a QA grant-funding audit – a lesson he learned the hard way. Check out my interview, which will include lessons that won’t be a part of his 2015 BIO International Convention session, Inventing Your Own Hub: Evolving Institutional Models for Translational Medicine, (June 16, 3:30 p.m.-4:45 p.m., Room 105AB) Here Read More >

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