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How to Become a Global Biotech Leader: Innovation and the Worldview Report

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What are the BRICS of the future? Latin America, Korea, North Africa, Thailand, Turkey? Scientific American’s 2012 Worldview contains a special section on Emerging Markets 2.0 and an exploration of countries that are showing promise for future development and an on-the-ground look at some of the science parks, incubators, research centers, or other hot spots of innovation that are coming into their own. With the release of Worldview Report and Scorecard at the 2012 BIO Read More >

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Beyond the Buzz: Post-Show Report

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Behind the scenes at BIO we can now take a moment to reflect on last week’s event and imagine what attendees will take away and remember about this year’s Convention. Based on the consistently positive feedback we received, it is indeed difficult to narrow it down! Many attendees told us that the program was the strongest to date and that there was ‘something for everyone’ within the 15 tracks and more than 125 breakout sessions. Read More >

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Five international biotech countries to watch

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Scientific American released their third annual WorldView: A Global Biotechnology Perspective at the 2011 BIO International Convention which includes a Bio Innovation Scorecard. The Scorecard reviews individual country biotechnology programs and policies aimed at growing local innovative biotechnology sectors. Based on the results of the Bio Innovation Scorecard, here’s our list of 5 biotechs to watch: 5.  Malaysia: Ranking third in the world for the best Enterprise Support of its biotech industry by Scientific American’s Read More >

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Keys to success for building biotech in emerging markets

Three biotech luminaries who have succeeded against all odds share their experiences building a biotech company from the ground up in Brazil, China and India. This year’s report will profile: Guilherme Emrich, FIR Capital (Brazil) Ge Li, WuXi Apptec (China) Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Biocon (India) Their opinions and advice on a diverse range of subjects is explored in a Q&A while their individual stories are told in accompanying profiles.  Don’t miss this special section in the Read More >

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