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Scientific American WorldView Super Session: The Future of Global Innovation

Worldview

The sixth annual Scientific American WorldView super session packed the room late in the day as the 2014 BIO International Convention wrapped up in San Diego. International industry luminaries examined the global innovation ecosystem in a lively and candid conversation. Moderated by television and radio journalist, David Brancaccio, host of Marketplace Morning Report, the session explored key themes from Scientific American’s annual biotechnology edition, featuring the WorldView Scorecard and examined the many multicultural elements driving Read More >

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What International Trade Agreements Have to Do with Innovation

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Innovation is not just the life-blood of the biotech industry, it is the very premise of the BIO International Convention. So what is a panel on international trade doing here? Answering this question is the task panel moderator, Richard Bergstrom, Director General, EFPIA gave to participants in the session TTIP: Can US and the EU Lead the Way in Setting New Global Benchmarks for IP, Regulatory and Market Access Issues; and each provided a piece Read More >

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Excerpts From Top Ten Current Science Trends Talk

biotech Primer

For the opening day of BIO 2014, BioTech Primer delivered a talk on the Top 10 Current Science Trends, Issues, & Advances.  Three of the technologies covered are highlighted below. Genome Editing: We often refer to a person’s genome – his complete set of genes – as a blueprint for life. But sometimes there are errors in this blueprint. Wouldn’t it be great if we could edit the blueprint and correct these errors? We might Read More >

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#BIO2014 Blogger Roundup

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Want to know what’s happening at the 2014 BIO International Convention? Find out from our bloggers! Small But Tenacious: Two Of San Diego’s Emerging Biotechs, BioSpace AMP-lifying Collaboration at BIO 2014, The Campaign for Modern Medicines BIO Talks Trade, LillyPad CEAPRO receives Canadian Gold Leaf Award for their hard work, Genomics Strongest BIO yet for Lyonbiopole, Genomics Integrated health care can attract biotech to Alberta, Genomics New #BIO2014 Session on Digital Health: Empowering the Healthcare Read More >

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Exchange Plans are Helping Patients, But Challenges Remain

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After describing many of the benefits the Exchanges have brought to patients—including access to both coverage and federal subsidies—the moderator for the 2014 BIO International Convention breakout session, Impact of Exchanges for Patients, tasked panelists representing a diverse group of stakeholders to describe the challenges that remain for patients enrolled in Exchange plans. These challenges fell into four main categories, including: formulary depth, patient out-of-pocket costs, transparency, and provider networks. In terms of formulary depth, Read More >

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