Navigation Links
42 days until the 2006 Olympics of Biotechnology in Chicago

As I sit writing this article, we are 42 days away from the Olympics of Biotechnology happening in Chicago! For those of you used to thinking, "But wait, isn't this meeting normally in June?", you would traditionally be right. The annual BIO meeting has been always held in June, but not this year.

The BIO organization made a ......

Full article >>> eard me call this event the "Olympics of Biotechnology"; as we have just witnessed the end of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, and the Olympics are held every four years, why is Rosen comparing this annual biotech event to the Olympics?

Like the real Olympics this event is about bringing together the global community, and biotech is now a global business and industry, with about 4500 b......

Full article >>> is Palm Sunday, and the last day of BIO, April 12, is Passover, meaning that anyone who is Jewish and traveling from around the world and needing/wanting to get back in time to be with family would need to leave on the 11th, Tuesday, and hence miss two days of BIO.

Never fear, external groups are helping to come to the rescue: the America-Israeli Chamber of Commerce of Chicago and the I......

Full article >>> ena. We have already discussed that it will happen 10 months from the last meeting, but next year's meeting in Boston will also not be held in June, but in May.

The range of topics will broaden much further than the traditional focus on drugs portraying the wide diversity of life science activity in the Midwest including:

Medical devices (surgical, orthopedic, cardiovascular, et......

Full article >>> till have plenty of hotels to go around.

So I mentioned earlier, there is one exception where we are a bit behind the key parameters. Usually the region or place where the BIO event is held has a strong local attendance at the event, as much as 25-30 percent of total attendance. So far, registered attendance from the Midwest has been light, and we are all hoping that this will kick-in to ......

Full article >>>
'"/>

Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 02/27/06


Related biology technology :

1. No network infrastructure, no Olympics, no nothing
2. Olympics of biotechnology has international flavor
3. The Olympics: A Biotech Perspective
4. Florida: Investing Heavily in Biotechnology - Governor uses state funds to attract large biotech companies
5. Governor Doyle Pledges Support for Stem Cell Research and Biotechnology Advancements
6. Japan, Midwest Biotechnology Industry Leaders Identify Steps for Greater Collaboration Between Countries
7. Visions: Chicago software exec Jason Fried breaks (almost) all the rules
8. Mega-Metro Center may go beyond Chicago and Wisconsin
9. Chicago-Milwaukee "mega-metro" infrastructure improvements are critical
10. Chicagos Wi-Fi inertia harms business
11. BIO will return to Chicago in 2010
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:10/12/2017)... (PRWEB) , ... October 12, ... ... ) has launched Rosalind™, the first-ever genomics analysis platform specifically designed for ... complexity. Named in honor of pioneering researcher Rosalind Franklin, who made a ...
(Date:10/11/2017)... ... 2017 , ... Personal eye wash is a basic first aid supply for any work environment, ... eye do you rinse first if a dangerous substance enters both eyes? It’s one less ... with its unique dual eye piece. , “Whether its dirt and debris, or an acid ...
(Date:10/11/2017)...  VMS BioMarketing, a leading provider of patient support solutions, ... Educator (CNE) network, which will launch this week. The VMS ... care professionals to enhance the patient care experience by delivering ... health care professionals to help women who have been diagnosed ... ...
(Date:10/11/2017)... ... October 11, 2017 , ... A new study published ... frozen and fresh in vitro fertilization (IVF) transfer cycles. The multi-center ... success. , After comparing the results from the fresh and frozen transfer cohorts, ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
(Date:8/23/2017)... help is being enlisted in what,s thought to be the biggest study ... body –and are believed to affect health.  ... The Microbiome Immunity Project is the largest study to date of ... goal is to help advance scientific knowledge of the role of these ... The Microbiome ...
(Date:6/23/2017)... ITHACA, N.Y. , June 23, 2017  IBM ... in dairy research, today announced a new collaboration using ... the chances that the global milk supply is impacted ... project, Cornell University has become the newest academic institution ... Chain, a food safety initiative that includes IBM Research, ...
(Date:5/16/2017)...   Bridge Patient Portal , an enterprise ... EMR Systems , an electronic medical record solutions ... established a partnership to build an interface between ... Centricity™ products, including Centricity Practice Solution (CPS), Centricity ... new integrations will allow healthcare delivery networks using ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):