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Brazil Joins Programming at 2014 BIO World Congress - Part II

Breakout Sessions Known for their investment and R&D in cellulosic sugars, Brazil is leading the …

Brazil Joins Programming at 2014 BIO World Congress - Part I

Workshop Overview  Known for their investment and R&D in cellulosic sugars, Brazil is leading the …

Brazil Fights Back Dengue Fever with GE Mosquito

In a recent article, published by Globalpost, John Otis writes on how the small town …

BIO and Biominas Brasil to Co-Host 2014 BIO Latin America Conference

I am excited to announce that BIO will co-host a new conference event, BIO Latin …

IP in Latin America: Growing Recognition of the Importance of IP to Innovation

The Inter-American Dialogue’s daily Latin America Advisor recently asked the question “How seriously do Latin …

Brazil Patent Policy: At a Crossroads

The Government of Brazil approaches the patent policy crossroads with two ministries wanting to move …

BIO Travels to Brazil to Support the Ecosystem of Innovation

Government policies that support innovation are critical as the biotechnology industry seeks to develop innovative …

Amgen Hosts Science without Borders Students

This year, Amgen is hosting six Science without Borders undergraduate interns at its Thousand Oaks, …

Brazil Reaches Beyond Borders to Strengthen STEM Education

The Brazilian government has set an aggressive goal: To train 101,000 Brazilian students and researchers …

Brazilian Innovation: A Patent Success

The story of Acheflan highlights the role of patents in homegrown innovation in developing countries.  …