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Behind the Global Stage at BIO

Sarah Sneeringer

After more than nine and a half years at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, I joined BIO three months prior to the biggest event of the year, the 2011 BIO International Convention here in Washington, DC.   While that may sound like plenty of time to finish planning the Convention’s programming, coordinating 125 breakout sessions and 800+ speakers, 6 super sessions, 2 keynotes, a Leadership Summit, a Translational Research Forum, Diabetes Forum, Emerging Leaders Read More >

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BIO Hosts U.S./China Biotechnology Examiner Workshop with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and China’s State Intellectual Property Office

Press Release:   WASHINGTON, D.C. (Tuesday, April 05, 2011) – The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) hosted a U.S./China Biotechnology Examiner Workshop with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) and China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) on March 28, 2011 in Beijing, China. The workshop which was organized by BIO for SIPO examiners, focused on biotechnology patenting and encouraged bilateral cooperation between SIPO and the USPTO.“BIO recognizes the commitment on behalf of the Chinese Government and Read More >

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Innovation Alliance Event “Patents, Innovation and Job Creation: A Virtuous Circle”

An event is coming up on patents, innovation and job creation at the Newseum on Friday January 21.  The keynote speakers are  PTO Director David Kappos and Retired Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit Paul Michel.  Other industry experts and executives will participate in panel discussions.  Below is the news release. As the U.S. economy struggles with high unemployment, the Innovation Alliance hosts a half-day discussion with inventors, entrepreneurs, business leaders, and industry experts on the Read More >

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Secretary Sebelius speaks at biotech meeting

Secretary Sebelius delivered a speech in California yesterday which recognized the potential of biotechnology to address unmet needs in human health, agriculture and industrial and environmental applications.  In her remarks, Secretary Sebelius stated: “[I]nvesting in each step of the process that starts with basic scientific discovery and ends with the development and provision of better diagnostics, treatments, and preventive strategies to significantly improve health care.  I know I don’t have to tell you that because Read More >

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Getting to Market: The Challenges of Technology Transfer

An article about BIO’s recent Technology Transfer Symposium. Getting to Market: The Challenges of Technology Transfer Attendees at special symposium focus on issues of commercializing and licensing biotech discoveries Read the post on BIOtech NOW

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