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Partnering Thought-Leadership

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The Intersection of Academic & Industry and Who are the buyers and what are they buying? Partnering at BIO is not just a matter of having a hundred meetings. It is meeting the right companies, making the most of your meetings, and optimizing your partnering strategy. We are committed to bringing you the knowledge to do that through our complimentary Partnering Thought Leadership live-web series. First up is our Google+ Hangout (live web video panel) Read More >

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GEN’s “Top 10” Session Picks for the 2014 BIO International Convention

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The following article, reproduced in full below, was originally published at Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. It’s been a “hot” year for biotech! As G. Steven Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Co., noted in a recent report, life science firms raised $2.9 billion in new equity capital globally from public investors in February. This included $1.1 billion raised by 18 companies that completed initial public offerings and $1.8 billion raised by 23 companies that completed Read More >

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Administrative Professionals Day

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Today is one of the most important office holidays of the year: Administrative Professionals Day. On this day, we take the time to celebrate and thank the hardworking professionals who help keep the trains running on time. Administrative workers handle some of the most important tasks in any office – like booking travel for the BIO International Convention. I know that navigating the Convention is certainly easier with the aid of my Executive Assistant, Kristina, who Read More >

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BIO Expands its Statement of Ethical Principles

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Last year marked the 20th Anniversary of the BIO International Convention. In her keynote as the newly elected Chair of BIO, Rachel King emphasized BIO members’ commitment to delivering bigger lifesaving and life changing breakthroughs in medicine, agriculture and energy. “Delivering breakthroughs is at the heart of who we are,” King said in her speech, while also noting the need to effectively convey BIO’s message. “As we work to deliver breakthroughs … we must work Read More >

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NIH & NSF SBIR/STTR Programs

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Leveraging Small Business to Bring Life-Saving Innovations to the Market. A key part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s mission is the translation of basic discoveries into innovative technologies that improve human health, and the NIH and NSF Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) programs strive to do just that. NIH is the premier biomedical research funding organization in the world, and has a 2014 SBIR/STTR Read More >

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