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The BIO International Convention® First Time Attendee College Basketball Challenge

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Well, last weekend’s tournament games were certainly exciting. I hope you followed my advice to always bet on blue. The ‘Cats had an exciting couple of games – and I hope they can keep it going in Texas! While last week’s advice (blue!) was solid – I have some new advice this week for folks who have thought about attending the BIO International Convention – but have not yet done so.  You should drop what Read More >

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Cohen, Boyer & Tibbetts?

SBIR Reauthorization Moves Forward

Ask any biotech professional about Stanley Cohen and Herbert Boyer and they will tell you about their incredible contributions to modern biotechnology. But what about Roland Tibbetts? My guess is there are more than a few quizzical looks out there. So who is Roland Tibbetts? In many ways, Roland Tibbetts did for the commercialization of biotechnology, what Cohen and Boyer did for the science. He is the creator of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Read More >

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Our Latest Convention Registration: Sir Richard Branson

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At BIO, we know that entrepreneurship and innovation is part of our industry’s lifeblood. It takes more than just a winning idea or a great product candidate to build a successful biotech company – it takes great leadership, a lot of hard work, a few sleepless nights, and a little bit of luck. That’s why I’m excited to announce that one of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, Sir Richard Branson, will be joining us to Read More >

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Location Matters: San Diego, the NCAA Basketball Tournament and #BIO2014

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Yes, I am still going on about the NCAA tournament. The NCAA generally does a great job in pulling together a world class event. Part of that is accomplished by spreading the games out across the country – and rotating venues each year to continue to build buzz for event. This year – the people of Buffalo, Milwaukee, Orlando, Spokane, Raleigh, San Antonio and St. Louis all get 2nd and 3rd round tournament games. But Read More >

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Bracket Time: Going with Your Head or Your Heart?

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It is a big week for college basketball fans. The NCAA selection committee has made its picks. The play-in round (and much of the second round) of the NCAA has been set – and it is time to finalize those brackets. While I do not encourage anyone to take time away from planning their trip to San Diego for the 2014 BIO International Convention – if you need help in finishing your bracket – I Read More >

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