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Fighting Blindness through Sound Investments in Research

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Since 1971, the Foundation Fighting Blindness has raised more than half a billion dollars in support of its mission to put an end to retinal diseases. Those diseases affect more than 10 million Americans at risk of vision impairment, legal blindness or total blindness. Because age-related macular degeneration (AMD), one of the diseases we target, is the leading cause of blindness in people over 55, and because the Baby Boomer population is aging, that number Read More >

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Call For Sessions – Speak Now. The Industry is Listening.

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BIO is seeking to bring the most innovative thinkers in biotechnology together at the BIO International Convention, June 23-26th, 2014, in San Diego, CA. Speaking at the BIO International Convention gives you access to biotech thought leaders from over 4,000 companies in 65 countries. BIO is seeking speakers who are forward leaning, engaging and who drive meaningful discussion about what’s on the forefront of the industry. Education enhancements in 2014 include: streamlined session tracks organized Read More >

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Scientific American Worldview Scorecard Correlates with International Investment

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Biotechnology innovation requires investment, and the Scientific American Worldview Scorecard can predict where investment goes. A recent analysis indicates that the ranking of countries in this Scorecard correlates with global investment. As a result, the Worldview Scorecard provides a valuable tool for any country interested in increasing its appeal to biotechnology investors. In short, the Worldview Scorecard uses a wide collection of data – compiled and analyzed by Yali Friedman – that generates a metric Read More >

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BIO Convention Post-Con, Plus a Look Ahead

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Last month, the biopharma community gathered for the industry’s largest event, the BIO International Convention. We hope the event was successful for everyone who attended. We know it was a busy time for folks, especially based on the numbers from the Partnering System! Here is a quick recap: BIO One-on-One Partnering Stats for BIO2013 A total of 25,537 One-on-One Partnering meetings were scheduled at the event, officially beating last year’s record! Partnering Meeting Requests increased Read More >

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Five Countries, One Goal: Collaboration with Global Impact in the Life Sciences Industry

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During the 2013 BIO International Convention, the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) and regions from four other countries launched the new International Collaborative Industry Program (ICIP). The MLSC will partner with Victoria, Australia; the Wallonia region of Belgium; Quebec, Canada; and Alsace in France to award funding to projects promoting innovative and collaborative research and development (R&D) between companies in Massachusetts and in the partnering regions. The program’s goal is to develop long-term collaborations to advance late-stage R&D projects in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical Read More >

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