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CHI Program to Offer Tips for Acquiring Pipeline Funding

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Biomedical innovations rely largely on scientific breakthroughs, which in turn happen through well-structured research programs. CHI’s Pipeline for Life  will focus on what characterizes successful basic research models in the 21st century, during a time when researchers are experiencing declining governmental funding for science research. Collaboration between industry and academic partners will be necessary to keep the biomedical ecosystem healthy, and the industry’s pipeline full of innovation. This half-day program will explore the strategies and Read More >

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California Biomedical Companies Cite Lack Of Funding As Major Concern

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As I have mentioned in past blog posts, the U.S. bioscience industry has demonstrated stability through turbulent economic times. While not immune from the recession, this industry generally fared much better than the overall economy and has remained a net a job generator. In April of 2012, the White House released the National Bioeconomy Blueprint noting that bioscience industries are “a large and rapidly growing segment of the world economy that provides substantial public benefit.” Read More >

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BayBio Announces Lifetime Achievement DiNA Award Recipient

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Dr. Michael Hunkapiller has been named BayBio’s 2011 Lifetime Achievement DiNA Award recipient. He will be honored on Thursday, November 3rd, at the 2011 Pantheon Awards Ceremony, an annual program hosted by BayBio, a life science trade association representing the industry in Northern California. From the invention of the DNA sequencer during his days at Caltech, to the introduction of first automated DNA sequencer in 1986 and the realization of the Human Genome Mapping Project Read More >

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