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Sizing up the NBI in 2011

How did the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index (NBI) perform in 2011 relative to other sectors? Second place. Not so bad considering 2011 was the year of defense in the stock market. Like a page out of a textbook on defensive market plays, utilities edged out ahead with a +15% gain, followed by consumer staples with 11%. The NBI squeezed in between at 12%, just above the overall healthcare sector. Overall, the S&P500 was flat for the Read More >

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Georgia Bio Recognizes Two State Legislators with Annual Award

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While the economic climate has been difficult for bioscience companies, it has also had a significant impact on state budgets, causing many states to cut programs and reassess economic priorities. That said, the bioscience industry has remained a valuable growth area, both in the United States and abroad. Therefore, it’s not surprising that local and state government leaders continue to support economic development initiatives that encourage the growth of this industry. This week, Georgia Bio Read More >

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Governor Chris Christie Will Headline BioNJ 2012 Annual Meeting

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BioNJ, the trade association for New Jersey’s biotechnology industry, will welcome New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to address attendees at the association’s 2012 Annual Dinner Meeting, Awards Program and Networking Event on Thursday, February 2. The event will be held at the East Brunswick Hilton in East Brunswick, NJ beginning at 5:00 p.m. Celebrating its 19th anniversary in 2012, the BioNJ Annual Dinner Meeting, Awards Program and Networking event with its theme of Friends Hope Read More >

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Biotech Remains Strong in Florida

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Florida has always attracted visionaries – from Walt Disney to Kennedy Space Center. The ambition of great men helped transform inhospitable swamps into engines of the economy. However, with no income tax, and a large retiree population, Florida’s revenue long depended on booming tourism and the sales tax revenue it brought in. In the 1990’s, Florida’s leaders began to change that. Enterprise Florida was born. This public/private partnership was designed to identify and provide incentives Read More >

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BioFlorida’s Conference to Focus on Latest Technologies, Access to Capital

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BIO President & CEO James C. Greenwood will commence next week’s BioFlorida 14th Annual Conference with a keynote speech at 8AM on Monday October 24, 2011 in Tampa, FL. Living up to its reputation as the premier business development, investing and networking event for Florida’s bioscience industry, more than 500 business, science and technology leaders are expected to attend the three-day conference, which runs Oct. 23-25 at the Marriot Waterside Hotel & Marina. This year’s Read More >

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