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Out of Africa: Biomedical Innovation and Expertise

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Scientific research holds the key to unlocking creative and effective solutions for alleviating the burden of disease on the world’s populations. Developing countries, such as those in sub-Saharan Africa, are disproportionately encumbered by disease – many of which are endemic only to those geographies.  Yet these same regions are a wellspring of innovative and creative ideas that are being used to advance biomedical science and healthcare product development. Research centers within these regions are yet Read More >

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BIO 2015 to Feature Legendary Musician Wynton Marsalis

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With only 19 more days to go until BIO Convention 2015, BIO is excited to announce today that legendary musician Wynton Marsalis will participate in our first-ever evening Keynote at this year’s Convention!  Marsalis will be interviewed by broadcast journalist Forrest Sawyer at Philadelphia’s Convention Center on June 17th. Marsalis is known as the first jazz artist to perform and compose across the full jazz spectrum – everything from jazz’s New Orleans roots to bebop Read More >

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How BioGENEius Led Me To Discover My Passion for Biotechnology

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As a wide-eyed 15-year old, I presented my research on epigenetics to an eminent panel of Ph.Ds. The setting was the BioGENEius Challenge alongside the 2009 BIO International Convention in Atlanta. The participation and the recognition for my work during the Convention in Atlanta ignited my passion for a career in biotechnology. I have always aspired to be a change-maker making an enduring impact on society. I found a purposeful pathway in biotechnology through the Read More >

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Leading MIT Scientist, Professor and Entrepreneur, Robert Langer, to Speak at BIO 2015

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In a recent Boston Globe article, MIT standout and Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering recipient, Robert Langer, discusses the highlights and challenges facing our industry. He emphasized all of the progressive work being done on the drug-delivery system, collaborations with the Bill Gates foundation for the Third World and the work on nanotechs in the lab, specifically trying to deliver different kinds of gene therapy and drugs in general. “There’s so much great work going Read More >

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BIO BizLink Approaches Milestone as Convention Approaches

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In less than a year’s time, BIO BizLink, BIO’s peer-rated CRO/CMO database and project management tool, has attracted nearly 1,000 companies looking to connect in the pre-clinical and clinical contract research space! In a recent survey of biotech companies, all of those that responded indicated that they were maintaining or increasing their contract service budget over the coming year. As the industry’s largest event, the 2015 BIO International Convention in Philadelphia is perfect for meeting Read More >

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