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Biotech Stocks: Perspective in a Bull Market

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Investors are increasingly interested in biotechnology based on scientific breakthroughs, an improved regulatory environment, strong earnings growth from large companies, and a more mature industry. Recent advancements in biotechnology are revolutionizing treatments and cures for many illnesses, creating new value for the healthcare system. In 2013, our understanding of how therapeutics can be used to harness the immune system to destroy cancer cells exploded with many companies reporting solid data in human testing. In 2014, Read More >

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Stable Policy Can Help Assure Unwavering Investment in U.S. Biofuels

Jim Greenwood

The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is a unique federal policy that has, just as its bipartisan supporters intended, spurred major domestic and international investment in US biofuels production and it is essential to maintaining a growing market for second generation biofuels. That growing market helps attract investment to advanced biofuel companies who are trying to expand their infrastructure, scale up their production line, and improve their technology foundation. Unfortunately, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recent Read More >

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#BIOBuyside Twitter Chat: What Do Biotech Investors Expect in 2014?

Dave Thomas

Is 2014 a good time to invest in biotech? How many biotech IPOs will there be? Which sectors will perform the best? To find out what investors think about these questions and more, BIO is conducting its annual Buy-side Investor Perception Survey and releasing the results at the 16th Annual BIO CEO & Investor Conference in New York, Monday Feb. 10. But as the results are coming in, BIO is hosting the #BIOBuyside Twitter chat Read More >

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What’s Behind the Biotech IPO Boom?

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Everyone knows that it’s been a knock-out year for the biotech sector in the public markets, which includes a large and well-performing IPO class. So far in 2013, 39 US-based companies have gone public, five European-based companies, and one Canadian company. Of these 45 IPOs, 42 companies have gone public on US stock exchanges. That’s over double the amount we saw in 2012. This year’s IPOs have also been successful at raising the amount of money Read More >

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VIDEO: Public Policies to Promote the Innovation Economy

SBIR Reauthorization Moves Forward

What can lawmakers do to make the US more competitive globally and encourage investment in groundbreaking R&D companies? Earlier today, the Coalition of Small Business Innovators held a forum at the National Press Club to discuss proposals that would do just that. Moderated by Paul Stimers, a partner with K&L Gates, the panel included Doug Doerfler, president and CEO of MaxCyte, Ed Mathers, a partner with venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates, Katherine Hamilton, policy Read More >

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