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Patent and Tech Transfer Sessions at 2013 BIO International Convention

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Patent and Technology Transfer sessions feature prominently at the 2013 BIO International Convention in Chicago from April 22-25, 2013. Topics cover developing patent and tech transfer issues in the U.S. and internationally. Many of the sessions provide Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP) credits. The Biotech Patenting and Technology Transfer Track sessions are below: Behind the Tech Transfer Headlines: What are You Missing? Headline-making news reports of multiyear, multimillion dollar strategic Read More >

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GEN’s “Top 10” Session Picks for the 2013 BIO International Convention

John Sterling

As the industry moves forward in 2013, it again faces one of its regular bugaboos—uncertainty. “Where are we headed?” has been a standard phrase among bioindustry observers since the early 1980s. As it turns out, the biopharmaceutical business must once again deal with a number of important issues this year. For example, G. Steven Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Co., points out that the cuts mandated by the U.S. Congress’ sequestration fiscal policy may slow Read More >

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Simpson Bowles Keynote to Address Debt, Taxes, Government Services and Politics

Jim Greenwood

I was recently asked what the single biggest threat to the biotechnology industry is today.  My answer was immediate – the biggest threat to biotech innovation is the unsustainable mismatch of spending and revenue in the U.S. federal budget. The enormous national debt and the huge annual budget deficits that feed it endanger America’s entire economic future – but the nation’s dire fiscal situation is particularly threatening to our industry. Part of the reason for Read More >

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2013 BIO International Convention Program Highlights

John Flavin

I’m thrilled to be attending the upcoming 2013 BIO International Convention that is coming to Chicago April 22-25. The educational sessions, networking, business forum, and exhibits are coming together to form the strongest Convention to date. Of course, I may be biased being a Chicago native but I can’t think of a better venue and backdrop for the rapidly evolving biotechnology industry. The City of Chicago is known for its architects and novel designs, a Read More >

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