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USAID: Global Health Efforts Tied to American Security

Angie Drakulich, one of our BIO Official Bloggers, attended this morning Partnerships for Global Health Forum. This event, part of the 2011 BIO International Convention, is an annual event sponsored by BIO and BioVentures for Global Health. In her blog Angie says: What many Americans may not understand when they think of global health is how much it affects the country’s relationships and connectedness to other nations. One audience member suggested renaming the term “global Read More >

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Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer at 2011 BIO International Convention

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The Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer track has a lot to offer 2011 BIO International Convention Attendees.  High level speakers include White House Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator Victoria Espinel, European Patent Office Director of Biotechnology Sjoerd Hoekstra, retired Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Paul Michel, and former Solicitors General Seth Waxman and Paul Clement to name a few.                 I am particularly excited about the breadth of the Read More >

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BIO CEO Jim Greenwood in Washington Business Journal

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Jeff Porro’s recent article, “Speaking to Rise”, in the Washington Business Journal features an interview with Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) President and CEO, Jim Greenwood. Jim will be giving the keynote address for this year’s BIO International Convention in DC June 27-30, and suggests that the best way to discuss difficult topics like biotechnology is to “put a human face on the subject matter” and to make the material relatable to the audience. When addressing Read More >

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2011 Business Forum Onsite Partnering Tips

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Now that all the prep-work is (almost!) done, the next step for us is to give you some partnering tips while you’re actually partnering! First and foremost, we will be on-site if you have any questions or need assistance with your meetings. We will gladly assist you in rescheduling, plain-old last-minute scheduling, and whatever else may arise. Please keep in mind, however, that while we are always on hand, we won’t necessarily be able to Read More >

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Three dealmaking trends to look for in 2011

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The relationship between the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries has never been clearer – partner to survive. The Business Forum at the 2011 BIO International Convention is the world’s largest venue for partnering and it might be the best way for emerging companies to find partners . While there are many quality sources for historical deal-trends, the Campbell Alliance and BIO have created the Dealmakers’ Intentions Survey and the BIO One-on-One Partnering Forecast, two unique forward-looking, Read More >

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