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Small Business Innovators Talk about Their Emerging Biotech

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Last June, for the first time, the BIO International Convention hosted a special section on the convention floor for early stage startups and small companies to share their biotech innovations. About 50 companies in all made up this Innovation Zone, a space jointly created by BIO, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and foot traffic was heavy. Attendees got first-person accounts of some of the most inventive, potentially transformative Read More >

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BIO 2015 – Call for Sessions Extended

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It’s not too late to submit a session proposal for the 2015 BIO International Convention. We’ve just extended the submission deadline until Wednesday, October 8th at 5:00 pm EDT. All ideas are welcome! We seek proposals that reflect current trends and novel ideas in all focus areas Business Development & Finance Biomedical Technology: Research & Development Digital Health General Biotechnology Interest Intellectual Property Value, Market Access & Commercialization View the full list here. If you’d Read More >

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BIO 2015 Program Co-Chair Asks the Question – Will You Be A Change Agent?

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In a recent blog post, Rob Wright of Life Science Leader challenges biotechnology, pharmaceutical, business development, life sciences and policy experts to be a change agent in 2015 and submit a topic proposal for sessions at the 2015 BIO International Convention. “Don’t let BIO’s size keep you on the sidelines as a bystander. Don’t assume someone else will step up or has better wisdom to share. Instead, I challenge you to submit a session proposal Read More >

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A GE Papaya Farmer from Hawaii Shares his Story at BIO 2014

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BIO held its 2014 International Convention in San Diego, CA, June 23-26. This year BIO invited guests from Hawaii who shared their stories on what it is like to be a GE papaya farmer right now in light of the recent ban on the cultivation of GMOs on the Big Island. You may remember the story of Hawaii’s Rainbow papaya which was genetically engineered to withstand the papaya ringspot virus. It is a story still Read More >

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Industrial and Environmental Highlights from BIO 2014

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The 2014 BIO International Convention drew 15,667 industry leaders, including nearly 2,500 CEO’s, from 50 states and 70 countries.  This year’s event was held June 23-26, in San Diego, CA. The BIO Business Forum hosted a record-breaking 29,000+ scheduled one-on-one partnering meetings between more than 3,100 companies, and featured 192 company presentations. View highlights here.  Furthermore, the BIO Exhibition featured more than 1,800 exhibitors and covered over 160,000 square feet with 55 State and International Pavilions. BIO welcomed Read More >

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