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Academics to be Featured at the 2013 BIO Alliance Pavilion

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I think it safe to say that the U.S. biotechnology industry has its R&D roots in the laboratories of great research universities with great science and visionary researchers. These cutting-edge, biology-based research and industry commercialization efforts continue to be the key drivers in moving invention into innovation to heal, fuel and feed the world. Because of this essential knowledge-driven relationship, the 2013 BIO International Convention will again bring together academic and research colleagues to focus Read More >

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BIO Technology Transfer Symposium: Funding that First $2 Million

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With creative funding schemes picking up steam and nontraditional funders taking an interest in biotech, what can universities and start-ups expect in their right first-round financing structure? At the BIO Technology Transfer Symposium, a panel examined various funding sources as well as the factors that influence investment decisions and the ins and outs of early stage financing deals. William Tucker, executive director, Innovation Alliances and Services, University of California Office of the President, moderated a Read More >

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Preview: AUTM U.S. Licensing Survey: FY2011

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We’ve seen compelling evidence recently about the positive impact of university licensing activity. As we learned from “The Economic Contributions of University/Nonprofit Inventions in the United States: 1996-2010,” a report released by BIO in June, university/nonprofit licensing supported as many as 3 million “person years of employment.” Now there is even more good news to share. AUTM publishes a report of academic licensing activity at the end of each year for the prior fiscal year. Read More >

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Amgen Hosts Science without Borders Students

From left, Israel Matos, Dayanne Castro, Felipe Coelho, Marina Santos, Felipe de Oliveira, and Danillo Oliveira are participating in the Science Without Borders Program as summer interns at Amgen.

This year, Amgen is hosting six Science without Borders undergraduate interns at its Thousand Oaks, California headquarters. The Science without Borders program is a Brazilian scholarship program that seeks to train 101,000 students and researchers in top universities worldwide in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields by 2014. The Amgen internship program will provide students with a unique opportunity to experience the biotechnology industry. There was considerable interest in the programme with a high Read More >

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Biotech is a Cornerstone of New Orleans’ Economic Renaissance

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New Orleans shows the signs of a city reborn from the destruction brought on by Hurricane Katrina.  The changes in the city’s infrastructure and building projects have certainly been among them.  The Crescent City reached a milestone in its renaissance last June when the New Orleans BioInnovation Center opened for business. The center is a 65,000-square foot biotech business incubator created to foster entrepreneurship within the New Orleans bioscience community and help commercialize technologies developed at Read More >

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