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BIO’s One-on-One Partnering™ and the Winning Pitch – 2016 BIO Investor Forum

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BIO’s One-on-One Partnering™ system will facilitate over 2,000 partnering meetings at this year’s BIO Investor Forum. Partnering activity is at a record high, with 60% more requests already compared to any previous year and 50% more meetings scheduled. The system is easier to use than ever. It includes a mobile app, integration with Outlook, Gmail or other calendars, and the ability to browse and schedule sessions and company presentations. BIO’s partnering system is built atop Read More >

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#Partnering Wrap Up for BIO International Convention

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A very big thank you to all the companies, sponsors, and attendees of the BIO Business Forum and Exhibitor Partnering. We’re very excited at the level of activity, feedback, and business getting done, right in the biotech hub of Boston. As you know, we scheduled over 25,000 meetings. Here are the official stats, as of this morning: Total Requests    127,635 Scheduled Meetings    25,291 Companies    2,900 Countries    58 What do those stats really mean? Here’s the Read More >

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Aviation Industry an Enormous Growth Challenge for Biofuels

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To meet the demand for sustainable aviation biofuels with algae, the industry would have to build a new plant every month for the next 20 to 30 years, Biojet Corp. Chairman Chuck Fishel noted during Tuesday’s General Plenary Session at BIO’s World Congress. Michael Lakeman of Boeing put forward a more cautious goal of meeting 1 percent of jet fuel demand with biofuels by 2015. That would still require 60 million gallons, though, and from Read More >

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Are Manufacturers and Investors Looking for the Same Thing From Industrial Biotech?

The morning plenary session at BIO’s World Congress featured Jenny Cross from Mohawk Industries, makers of carpets, and Steven Mirshak of DuPont Tate & Lyle, suppliers of a biobased ingredient for Mohawk, discussing what consumers are looking for and how industrial biotech can meet their needs. Cross noted that their consumer research indicates that the typical consumer is looking for quality and durability, with price and “green” attributes coming second. One point that Cross emphasized Read More >

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BIO World Congress Begins with Newsmakers

BIO’s 2011 World Congress got off to a strong start in Toronto, with news announcements from G2 BioChem and others throughout the morning. The big news from BIO was the presentation of the George Washington Carver Award to Royal DSM CEO/Chairman Feike Sijbesma. Sijbesma discussed the evolution of DSM from a coal mining company to a chemical company and now to a global life sciences and materials company. For Sijbesma, this transformation mirrors the current Read More >

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