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#BIOWC16: Guarding against new threats to intellectual property protection

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As part of the first full day of the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, BIO put on an engaging breakout panel discussion — sponsored by BIO member Intrexon — entitled “What Is Required to Protect Research and Innovation in Industrial Biotechnology?”  If you missed the panel, you can check out the speakers’ slides at the bottom of this blog post! The four panelists were all highly accomplished experts: Donna Perdue, of Perdue IP Law, Read More >

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Join us for the IP Symposium at the 2016 BIO World Congress!

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Ah, San Diego. What is it they say about you? Come for the beaches…. Stay for the fish tacos. Here at BIO, we’ll admit it—San Diego, you have enticed us with your perpetual 65° temperatures. And it’s the perfect time to join BIO and the 1,200 attendees from 50 countries at the 2016 BIO World Congress, the world’s largest industrial biotechnology event! But wait…THERE’S MORE? We couldn’t be more excited to announce that BIO will Read More >

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Biotech Policy Outlook at #BIF15: 21st Century Cures, IPR, TPP, and PDUFA VI

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To even the most casual observer, 2015 has been a big year in the biotech industry, particularly in Congress and in other venues wherein public policies that affect the sector take shape. Given the importance of the policy environment in determining how successful companies in our industry can be at delivering new cures and treatments to patients – and a return to the investors who finance their activities – we decided that a close look Read More >

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Register for the 2015 BIO IP & Diagnostics Symposium!

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The Third Annual BIO IP & Diagnostics Symposium takes place on September 18, 2015 in Alexandria, Virginia! Have you reserved your seat at the Symposium yet? Space is limited. Register today. The symposium will bring together representatives of academia, government and industry to review the current patent law landscape and evaluate the impact on both the genetic diagnostics and biopharmaceutical sectors. The program will review IP issues for both diagnostics generally and companion diagnostics. It will Read More >

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Understanding the Wider Implications of HR 9: Patent Reform’s Impact on Agriculture

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The House Judiciary Committee recently approved H.R. 9, the Innovation Act, legislation they hoped would reduce frivolous patent-related litigation, frequently filed by so-called “patent trolls.”  Unfortunately, rather than surgically targeting abusive lawsuits, H.R. 9 would fundamentally alter the ability of legitimate patent holders to defend their rights. Agricultural innovation, biotechnology and sustainable agriculture will help society meet monumental challenges presented by the expected growth in demand for animal feed, food, fibers, biofuels and pharmaceuticals.  However, Read More >

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