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2012 BIO International Convention Keynotes: Back to Basics

Jim Greenwood

The 2012 BIO International Convention is a few short weeks away, and we are looking forward to this opportunity to come together for connections and partnerships that will lead to tomorrow’s breakthroughs. The Keynote Luncheon panels are always a highlight of the Convention. This year in Boston we decided to focus on core issues facing the global biotech community with keynote speakers and panelists who will provide timely insights on the economic, policy and business Read More >

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IP Creates Jobs for America

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By Mark Elliot, Executive Vice President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Center In May, the Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) was proud to unveil the results of our state intellectual property (IP) jobs research, which has been a year in the making. The study, IP Creates Jobs for America, provides real, tangible evidence that the economic benefits of IP are broad and far-reaching. In looking at a variety of government data on intellectual Read More >

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ALS Awareness Month: 10 Things You Should Know About ALS

Steve Perrin

By Steve Perrin, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and CSO, ALS Therapy Development Institute May is a month full of many exciting and celebratory days: college graduations, Mother’s day and Memorial Day.  It is a month typified by excitement, renewal, anticipation and remembrance.  It is also the month in the United States where we recognize all those living with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.  If you don’t know someone already living with this currently Read More >

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The Scheduling Process

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Scheduling for companies will kick into full gear the week of May 28th for the BIO Business Forum and participating exhibiting companies. As mentioned in a previous post, we wanted to discuss scheduling in a bit more detail, so that you understand what scheduling means, and how it impacts the way you use the Partnering System. First and foremost, meetings are only scheduled for those in Accepted/Agreed-To status. Your action item? Go in to your Read More >

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People With Rare Diseases Face a Host of Unique Challenges

Dennis Jackman

By Dennis Jackman, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs, CSL Behring People with rare and serious medical disorders encounter a host of unique challenges–from obtaining a correct diagnosis, to identifying an appropriate course of treatment and gaining affordable access to the care they need.  They and their families, caretakers and health care providers face a constant struggle to identify and access available resources, away from the attention of traditional media that focuses on more common disorders Read More >

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