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Global Biotechnology IP Evaluation by Scientific American

Scientific American evaluated the strength of intellectual property in 48 countries (click on chart on top left side of story for data) in its Worldview Scorecard including a chart with country rankings. This data* is based on patentable inventions, membership of international treaties, duration of protection, enforcement mechanisms and restrictions (e.g., compulsory licensing). The U.S. holds the top spot, followed closely by Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, and the Netherlands (all tied Read More >

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FDA: How can we improve it?

Stephen Sherwin MD

By Stephen Sherwin, Former Chairman of BIO As Congress and the President work together to hammer out a new, national economic roadmap, it is important to point out to those working in, and interested in, our industry that we too have recently assembled a roadmap – one designed to fully realize the promise our industry holds for people everywhere. Several weeks ago, at the 2011 BIO International Convention in Washington, DC, BIO unveiled its first ever 5 Read More >

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Our commitments to help heal, fuel and feed the world

Stephen Sherwin MD

By Stephen Sherwin, Former Chairman of BIO All of us who have chosen careers in biotech began our journey because we passionately believe in the ability of our industry to improve the human condition. For many of us, this means devoting our career to improving the treatment of incurable diseases. For others, this means employing the power of biotech to provide high-quality and healthy food for everyone on this planet. And, for still others it Read More >

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Five international biotech countries to watch

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Scientific American released their third annual WorldView: A Global Biotechnology Perspective at the 2011 BIO International Convention which includes a Bio Innovation Scorecard. The Scorecard reviews individual country biotechnology programs and policies aimed at growing local innovative biotechnology sectors. Based on the results of the Bio Innovation Scorecard, here’s our list of 5 biotechs to watch: 5.  Malaysia: Ranking third in the world for the best Enterprise Support of its biotech industry by Scientific American’s Read More >

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Unleashing the Promise of Biotechnology to Cure Disease and Save Lives

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The other day I came across an article discussing vaccinations and the author mentioned his 15-year-old son asking him: “Dad, what’s polio?” Many of us are old enough to remember a time when polio struck fear and caused suffering for millions.  Today, at least in the developed world, polio is something kids have to ask their parents to explain to them. Imagine someday, our grandchildren asking us, “What was cancer?” How great would that be? Read More >

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