All the latest news coming out of the 2008 Bio International Convention, being held at the San Diego Convention Center.
Representatives of Cuernavaca, Irapuato, Guadalajara and Monterrey, the four Mexican regions partnering to form the Life Sciences Gateway Initiative, are working to shine the spotlight on Mexico’s life science industry to help promote discoveries in demand of proper recognition.
The Western business community has been both awed and intimidated by China and its booming economy in recent years, and one particularly intriguing area is the life science sector.
Retired General and former Secretary of State Colin Powell made a lot of jokes about his age in his keynote address at the BIO International Convention in San Diego Thursday. He recalled in 2005 that Time Magazine listed him as one five famous men who were “aging gracefully.”
Three of the state’s biggest biotechnology trade organizations, including BIOCOM in San Diego, announced Thursday they’ve formed an alliance.
Ernst & Young’s super session at San Diego's Bio International Convention on Wednesday suggested that the drug development industry is about to be reinvented.
California is at the forefront of stem cell research, and it sure wants everyone to know it.
Health care was placed in G. Steven Burrill’s line of vision for his 2008 BIO presentation, "A 20/20 vision to 2020."
Partnerships, timing and product are all crucial factors when small biotech companies want to appeal to the big guys.
Around this time last year, some of San Diego's technology sector leaders announced the creation of a nonprofit trade group aimed at fostering an environmentally friendly business cluster in the region.