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BIO Helps You Continuously Connect

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By Rob Wright, Life Science Leader As I perused a bunch of the show agendas I will be attending over the next several months, it occurred to me how helpful these shows are for helping connect me with people who make for interesting editorial. Depending upon the size of the show, this can be very easy or sometimes difficult. Last year’s BIO (Biotechnology Industry Organization) International Conference was held in in Washington D.C., and it Read More >

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2011 BIO International Convention: Posts from BIO’s Official Bloggers

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Couldn’t make this year’s 2011 BIO International Convention? Did you miss an interesting session? Do you want to hear an insider’s view of what happened or what you missed? If so, you should check out these posts from members of BIO’s Official Blogger program: BIO Convention 2011, Brady Huggett at Trade Secrets – follow Brady at @naturebiotech Canada Kicks Off BIO, Mike Spear at Genome Alberta – follow Mike at @mikesgene If Biotech Builds… Will Read More >

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Blogging from #BIO2011

by Stephen Albainy-Jenei, from Patent Baristas You can keep up with what’s happening at BIO 2011 on BIOTechNOW (@BIOTechNOW) plus all the BIO Official Bloggers hitting the floor at the convention. I’ll be in attendance as well as participating in the BIO Official Blogger network throughout the week.   If you’d like to meet up during the conference, drop me a note and we’ll schedule some time to have coffee together.

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Tony Blair Talks Biotech

From Snapshot At Monday’s keynote luncheon, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was quizzed about his motives for seeking office and his feelings about the criticism he received for allying with former President Bush. Interesting, but just as I was beginning to wonder if Blair would comment on the biotech industry, he did. Succinctly and with British understatement.  When BIO president Jim Greenwood asked how Blair saw the role of government in advancing biotech, he Read More >

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2011 BIO International Convention: Talent is Talent

From Trade Secrets Even if the total numbers of attendees at BIO is down from its peak, it’s still an incredibly large gathering of diverse people across the biotech spectrum. The exhibit hall is a good reflection of that. I can remember when the hall was just a collection of simple individual company stands – a few employees in a booth, a poster hanging behind them. But as the industry grew, the exhibitors changed; the Read More >

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