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2012 BIO International Convention: Academic and Tech Transfer Community

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Universities have historically been on the front lines of translating innovative research into novel medicines and technologies useful to patients.  With that in mind, the 2012 BIO International Convention will look to highlight the role of academia in the advancement of the biotechnology field through the BIO Academic Park and the Translational Research Forum. Hosted by the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), this year’s global event for biotechnology will take place June 18-21, 2012 at the Read More >

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Tradeshow Speed Dating: Associations Now Piece

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In the April/May issue of Associations Now, writer Jacqui Cook profiled the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and, appropriately for this post, the BIO One-on-One Partnering System. They give a good synopsis of some of the challenges organizations – and people – face at a typical tradeshow. You’re going there to make contacts, not to mention spending money to do so, and there’s often no real structure, process, or easy ways to discern the value of Read More >

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Michigan Event Promotes Positive Impacts From 2012 Farm Bill

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On Wednesday, BIO and MichBio co-hosted an event at the 2012 Mackinaw Policy Conference featuring Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.); Stephen Rapundalo, President and CEO of MichBio; Pete Pellerito, Senior Policy Consultant for BIO; and Marcos Dantus, co-founder of KTM Industries. Senator Stabenow announced new initiatives in the 2012 Farm Bill to advance Michigan’s emerging biobased manufacturing industry. The 2012 Farm Bill recently passed the Senate Agriculture Committee on a 16-5 vote. It supports emerging technologies Read More >

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2012 BIO International Convention Keynotes: Back to Basics

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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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