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2011 BIO International Convention Governors Highlight Reel

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The 2011 BIO International Convention brought together over 15,000 leaders from industry, government and academia who are working to solve some of the sector’s biggest challenges. Last year’s event was a highly successful meeting with representation from all fifty states and 65 nations involved in innovation and manufacturing of life science technologies for the marketplace. We were honored to host governors from 11 U.S. states as they promote their bioscience economic development endeavors. Here’s a Read More >

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2012 BIO International Convention to Highlight Breakthroughs

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2012 BIO International Convention to Highlight Breakthroughs in Healing, Fueling, and Feeding the World The BIO International Convention Program Committee recently selected 125 thought-provoking and timely sessions among 13 educational tracks. The 2012 tracks include: Achieving Regulatory Approval and Compliance; Biofuels and Biobased Chemicals; Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer; Business Development; Drug Discovery and Development; Finance; Food and Agriculture; Global Innovation and Markets; Health Policy and Reimbursement; Innovations in Vaccines; International Case Studies; Manufacturing of Read More >

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How to Stand Out From the Crowd; Promoting Oklahoma Bioscience

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BIO’s annual International Convention has emerged as a must-attend event for countries, states and regions that are hungry for industry investment. The convention gives them the ideal platform to publicize and promote what they have to offer to industry leaders in terms of economic development opportunities. International and domestic public officials take the time to attend because they recognize the enormous potential of the industry. This year’s event drew more than 100 public officials and Read More >

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Scientific American on BRIC’s IP Environment

Scientific American World View issued a special report at this year’s 2011 BIO International Convention that had several references to IP protections around the world but focused particularly on the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China).  See below for interesting takes on the IP environment in each country. China: Patently Ambiguous asserts that while “China’s intellectual property environment remains challenging at best” several involved on the ground in China believe that “there should be Read More >

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BIO Convention rookie no longer

2011 BIO International Convention Exhibition

As the saying goes, there is nothing quite like learning on the job and no truer words could be spoken about my experience with this year’s BIO International Convention. Having joined the Communications Department less than two months prior to the largest event of the year, my start date was in the height of Convention preparation. Each day at the office was consumed by learning, retaining and contributing as much as possible to the Convention Read More >

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