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New BIO Report on State of Innovation for Alzheimer’s Disease Therapeutics

Today, BIO released a new report: The State of Innovation in Highly Prevalent Chronic Diseases …

Promising Results Offer Hope in Fight Against Candida auris

While health care conversations on Capitol Hill today are largely focused on how to best …

BIO Is Almost Here – What To Consider Before Entering New Therapeutic Areas

Over the past decade, the biopharmaceutical industry has witnessed a shift towards specialty care. From …

The International Space Station Brings Big Buzz and Big Science to BIO 2015

This year, the BIO International Convention will raise the bar, yet again, through a collaborative …

BIO Deputy General Counsel Testifies on Patent Reform

On Wednesday, March 18, BIO’s Deputy Counsel for Intellectual Property, Hans Sauer, testified in front …

Upcoming Panel will Highlight The Successes of The NCATS Tech Transfer Model

On October 29, 2014 the Center for Clean Energy Innovation and the House Technology Transfer …

Synthetic Biology: The Sword in the Stone to Defeat Devastating Diseases

On July 17th, 2014 the House held a hearing titled: Subcommittee on Research and Technology …

Wanted: Tax Policies to Support Innovation

Innovative small businesses work to advance research, development, and manufacturing of technologies to help solve …

Patents Improve Public Health: Progressive Economy Reviews TRIPS at 20 Years

Progressive Economy released a research paper examining the effect of TRIPS (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual …

The Pivotal Role the Public Market Plays in Financing R&D

Growing innovators are the heart of our industry. Biotech small businesses face a dual struggle …