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#Partnering Tips for Next Week’s Big Event

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We hope everyone is looking forward to BIO International Convention next week! We wanted to put together a quick list of things to remember and ways to get your questions answered, plus some helpful advice from a Partnering veteran. Read on! Logistical Partnering Tips You will receive an updated meeting schedule via email each night of the conference beginning on Sunday, June 17th. Please be sure to print a schedule each morning (we have printing Read More >

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BioGENEius Award Alumni Update: Jennifer Chen

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By Jennifer Chen, Participant, 2011 U.S. National BioGENEius Challenge I am very fortunate to have participated in the U.S. National BioGENEius Challenge. In addition to presenting my research to professionals involved in all aspects of biotechnology, I had the incredible opportunity of understanding the work of my peers, who are similarly enthusiastic about the diverse ways in which science can affect society. Furthermore, the BioGENEius program generously gave me the opportunity to attend the BIO Read More >

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2012 BIO International Convention: Q&A with Progenika

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In anticipation of the 2012 BIO International Convention we spoke with Progenika, a newly established Spanish healthcare company, to get their perspective on the event. Progenika develops, produces, and commercializes tools for the diagnosis and prognosis of diseases and for predicting response to drug treatment. Read on to learn more about this innovative company. 1) Progenika is a newly established company that has created new subsidiaries; it has internationalized and brought products to the market Read More >

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International Programming Highlights

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For those looking to take advantage of all the Convention has to offer, specifically within the international programming, you have landed in the right spot. Take a few minutes to review our international programming highlights. For more information, visit myBIO and map your day out! International Programming Highlights –MONDAY Global Biotechnology Forum: The BRICs and Beyond 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., Room 259 B The Global Biotechnology Forum: The BRICs and Beyond will explore how governments Read More >

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Premature Infant Summit: Born Too Soon

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Each year, more than half a million babies are born prematurely in the United States or roughly one in eight births. The toll prematurity takes on infant health and on families and society is profound. Babies born prematurely may be at risk of severe health problems. Some of the leading causes of infant death include low birth weight and prematurity. Despite these staggering statistics, the “voice” of premature patients and their families is often underrepresented Read More >

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