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Cranial Connections: Ontario’s Brain Research is Hardwired for Success

Moridi

Ontario has long been a leader in life sciences research and technology with brain exploration now taking centre-stage. Most recently, the provincial government committed $100 million to the Ontario Brain Institute, (OBI).  An independent nonprofit formed in 2010, the OBI  will help researchers and business leaders develop new treatments for neurological conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s to intractable epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. Headquartered in Toronto – a region that Read More >

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The UK at BIO

The UK at BIO

There are more than 400 delegates from the UK attending the 2013 BIO International Convention. These include delegates from four innovative life science companies – Abcodia, Critical Pharmaceuticals, Nanomerics, and PsiOxus Therapeutics – who won the recent UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) Innovation Competition and will showcase their technologies to an international audience in Chicago. The UK presence at the convention will be centred on the UK pavilion (stand 4441) hosted by the BioIndustry Association (BIA) Read More >

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Convention Veterans Putting the “Super” in Super Sessions

Worldview

Featured in the BIO Buzz Center at last year’s Convention, two of our Super Session participants will once again join us to host a dynamic group of C-level industry thought leaders, sharing their perspectives on the current economic environment and major trends that will impact the future of the global industry. Ernst & Young will present insights from their annual report which looks to measure the industry performance through key metrics such as financial results, Read More >

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Navigating the Rare Disease World

Susan Ruediger

The international orphan drug marketplace is expected to grow some 30 percent by 2014, fueled by the entrance of big pharmaceutical companies and U.S. legislation favoring development and coverage. This growth promises to improve the health of patients with debilitating and life-threatening disorders. Hoping to further the rare disease dialogue and relationship building opportunities, the 2013 Orphan Disease Forum will provide unique perspective on the orphan drug marketplace, regulatory considerations and much more. Operating within Read More >

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How Countries Can Boost Their Biotech Industry

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How can countries and regions boost the biotech industry within their borders? Working with several member companies, BIO developed a Global Policy Platform to serve as a roadmap for policymakers seeking to create an environment for the biotech industry to grow and prosper. These policy principles include four components: (i) research collaboration; (ii) intellectual property rights; (iii) regulatory approval; and (iv) market access. In addition, the Global Policy Platform includes best practices from around the Read More >

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