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Playing Politics: Political Pitfalls for Animal Biotechnology

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This year’s BIO Livestock Biotech Summit featured a session called Political Pitfalls for Animal Biotechnology. Moderator Dr. Cathleen Enright, BIO’s Executive Vice President of Food & Agriculture, told attendees that the biotech industry needs to tell our story and acknowledge the political factors that we face in order to drive innovation and bring new products to the marketplace. “We must be able to trade products containing or derived from a new technology or that technology Read More >

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Livestock Biotech Summit Draws International Crowd

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On September 19, BIO’s Livestock Biotech Summit kicked off with an international flair. Eleven countries are represented at the Kansas City conference including Argentina, Belgium, China, Italy and Thailand. Focused on developing global solutions through animal biotechnology, the Summit kicked off with a keynote address from Justin Chesnut of Elanco Animal Health. He delivered a powerful message to the audience on using technology to feed the world. Justin talked about how technology is the vital ingredient to making Read More >

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2012 BIO Investor Forum: Discovery Track Snapshot

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BIO’s 11th Annual BIO Investor Forum is just around the corner – it will be held October 9-10, 2012 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA. The forum, or BIF as we call it around here, is an international investor event which explores trends and opportunities in life sciences. Broadly speaking, the focus is on venture-stage growth and emerging public companies. BIO’s Alan Eisenberg said it best earlier this week: “The aim of the Read More >

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Colorado Biotech’s Big Day

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Last week, the Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) hosted its annual BioWest Conference – a one day event attended by more than 500 industry leaders, government representatives, executives, researchers, investors and entrepreneurs. Colorado Public Radio’s Ryan Warner interviewed CBSA’s April Giles about the conference and several innovative biotech companies in the state. Give it a listen.

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New Report Shows Strength of Massachusetts’ Biotech Industry

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If you read this blog, there’s a good chance you already know that Massachusetts is one of the biggest biotech hubs in the world. The Commonwealth’s successes in biotech economic development can be attributed to a number of things. Perhaps foremost, its world-class universities, such as MIT and Harvard, continue to churn out the innovation that keeps venture groups interested. Meanwhile, established biotechs and Big Pharma continue to focus more and more R&D work in Read More >

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