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Biotech Market in Brazil is Booming!

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Brazil steps into the international spotlight as host of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics as it celebrates a quarter century of democracy and political stability. The Brazilian economy – now the 7th largest globally by GDP (and averaging $57 billion in FDI inflows annually from 2008 to 2012) – is considered one of the most important in the world. Brazil has a number of innovation policies in place at the federal and Read More >

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The Countdown Begins: All Futbol Eyes on Brazil, All Biotech Eyes on San Diego

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While we are only a few short weeks from the world’s largest biotechnology event, the 2014 BIO International Convention, we are mere days away from arguably the biggest sporting event, which only happens every four years, the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Beginning this Thursday, June 12th, the tournament will see the host country, Brazil square off against Croatia, a formidable opponent. Recognizing that one-third of all #BIO2014 attendees come from outside the United States, we want to help calm Read More >

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Understanding the Biotech Market in Brazil

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The biotechnology market in Brazil has seen enormous activity this year in both the areas of industrial biotechnology and healthcare. In a recent webinar that discussed the latest results of the annual Scientific American Worldview report, panelists were especially excited by the partnering opportunities in Brazil. Mike May, Editorial Director, Scientific American Worldview, commented, “Brazil is, as a country, like a master of partnering. They partner in the country between industry and government. They partner Read More >

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Brazil Joins Programming at 2014 BIO World Congress – Part II

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Breakout Sessions Known for their investment and R&D in cellulosic sugars, Brazil is leading the way in modern innovations in industrial biotech. The World Congress was held May 12-15, 2014, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. On Wednesday, May 14, 2014, BIO World Congress Programming included a Track Session on the “Evolution and Trends in Public Policies for Industrial Biotechnology in Brazil. ” Moderated by Nelson Akio Fujimoto, Secretary, Secretary of Innovation/ Brazilian Ministry of Development, Read More >

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Brazil Joins Programming at 2014 BIO World Congress – Part I

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Workshop Overview  Known for their investment and R&D in cellulosic sugars, Brazil is leading the way in modern innovations in industrial biotech. The World Congress was held May 12-15, 2014, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. BIO World Congress held its Workshops on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 which included unique programming on industrial biotech in Brazil.  This year’s Workshop on Brazil was titled “Not a “One Note Samba”: The Future of Brazil – US Collaborations, Read More >

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