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2013 BIO International Convention Program Highlights

John Flavin

I’m thrilled to be attending the upcoming 2013 BIO International Convention that is coming to Chicago April 22-25. The educational sessions, networking, business forum, and exhibits are coming together to form the strongest Convention to date. Of course, I may be biased being a Chicago native but I can’t think of a better venue and backdrop for the rapidly evolving biotechnology industry. The City of Chicago is known for its architects and novel designs, a Read More >

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Auto Injectors & Pen Injectors: Differentiating Products in Asia Pacific

Steven Kaufman

Asia Pacific, with its mix of mature and emerging pharmaceutical markets and strong indigenous R&D capabilities, has no doubt already become a prominent driving force for the current and future global pharmaceutical industry with reports projecting the industry in this region to grow at a CAGR of 10 percent between 2012 and 2015. As the third largest pharmaceutical market following North America and Europe, Asia Pacific offers an immense potential for multinational pharmaceutical companies not Read More >

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What’s Behind the Rise in Executive Liability Insurance Prices?

Joe Haltman

What do gas, milk, bacon, electricity and now your Directors and Officers Liability Insurance coverage have in common? It may sound like the start of a bad joke but, in fact, they’re all goods or services that cost more than they used to. Some of you may have noticed that the price of Directors and Officers Liability, or D&O Insurance, is going up. Companies and organizations across the biotechnology sector are seeing price increases, with Read More >

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Anti-Biotech Activist Changes Sides: “I discovered science”

Mark Lynas

If you missed last week’s report from the Oxford Farming Conference, Mark Lynas, the British writer and environmentalist who once helped drive Europe’s movement against biotech crops, apologized for those actions and embraced the technology as a vital tool for ending hunger and conserving the environment. The change of heart was widely reported in many mainstream outlets such as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Forbes, Discover magazine, Slate magazine and Science 2.0, among others. Read More >

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Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: Takeaways from Partnering For Cures 2012

Drug Manufacturing

The chorus to Kanye West’s 2007 chart-topper Stronger can teach us volumes about speeding drug development. Harder:  Drug development is challenging.  It takes over 10 years and more than $1 billon to bring a therapy through the product pipeline, from the research lab to clinical trials to FDA approval to prescription to patients suffering from the disease. The FDA approved over 30 innovative drugs last year, including more than 10 new treatments for cancer—a good Read More >

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