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The 2014 BIO International Convention Closes in San Diego

The 2014 BIO International Convention, where the global biotech community meets, connecting the people, companies …

Scientific American WorldView Super Session: The Future of Global Innovation

The sixth annual Scientific American WorldView super session packed the room late in the day …

What International Trade Agreements Have to Do with Innovation

Innovation is not just the life-blood of the biotech industry, it is the very premise …

#BIO2014 Blogger Roundup

Want to know what’s happening at the 2014 BIO International Convention? Find out from our …

Exchange Plans are Helping Patients, But Challenges Remain

After describing many of the benefits the Exchanges have brought to patients—including access to both …

Access to Big Data

Aquiring information rapidly and reliably reduces costs and advances discovery Sixty years ago, when James …

Industry-Disease Foundation Partnerships Thrive on Communication & Transparency

Disease foundations are playing an increasingly important role in advancing research and helping to bring …

Turning Urban Waste into Bioplastic

Bacteria possible key to produce useful bioplastics from the gasification of urban waste Each year, …

Why We Do This Work

In her keynote remarks delivered yesterday at the 2014 BIO International Convention, Rachel King, president …

Seeing is Believing

PET and MRI imaging helps companies to make go/no go decisions earlier Attrition or failure …