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Scientific American Worldview Scorecard Correlates with International Investment

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Biotechnology innovation requires investment, and the Scientific American Worldview Scorecard can predict where investment goes. A recent analysis indicates that the ranking of countries in this Scorecard correlates with global investment. As a result, the Worldview Scorecard provides a valuable tool for any country interested in increasing its appeal to biotechnology investors. In short, the Worldview Scorecard uses a wide collection of data – compiled and analyzed by Yali Friedman – that generates a metric Read More >

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Scientific American Worldview

Scientific American Worldview

The fifth annual edition of Scientific American Worldview explores ongoing challenges and opportunities in the biopharmaceutical industry, including the looming potential of an “innovation cliff.” Many experts believe that biotechnology remains in its infancy, leaving room for growth. The overall volatility makes it difficult to accurately assess trends within individual countries, but the mission of Worldview is to create an increasingly precise picture of the evolution of biotechnology innovation around the world. One of the Read More >

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Convention Veterans Putting the “Super” in Super Sessions

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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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Scientific American on BRIC’s IP Environment

Scientific American World View issued a special report at this year’s 2011 BIO International Convention that had several references to IP protections around the world but focused particularly on the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China).  See below for interesting takes on the IP environment in each country. China: Patently Ambiguous asserts that while “China’s intellectual property environment remains challenging at best” several involved on the ground in China believe that “there should be Read More >

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