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Therapeutic Discovery Project Helps Scientists Working To Cure Cancer

BIO believes that the level of support provided by the TDP simply cannot meet the needs of the growing biotech field. As evidence of the project's popularity suggests, Congress should consider extending or expanding the project in order to support American innovation and speed the development of life-saving cures.

Therapeutic Discovery Project Is Working to Create & Protect American Jobs

The biotech industry is a thriving sector employing 1.3 million Americans in high quality, high paying jobs.

Laura Shawver, PhD, CEO, Cleave Biosciences

Dr. Shawver discusses why this is an exciting time for the industry, and her experiences as a bench scientist turned CEO and founder of a patient advocacy group.

Bob Coughlin of MassBio Talks Innovation

Bob Coughlin discusses the elements of supportive bioscience industry climates and looks ahead to the 2012 BIO International Convention.

OncoMed Pharmaceuticals SVP/CFO on Emerging Company Capital Formation Testimony

William D. Waddill, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, highlights the importance of capital formation to encourage investment in the biotechnology industry and spur job growth. Mr. Waddill provided testimony today on behalf of BIO at a Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing.

Ron Cohen, President and CEO, Acorda Therapeutics, Inc.

Dr. Cohen discusses the plight of today's emerging biotech companies, and how the federal government can best support innovation within the industry.

2011 BIO International Convention Governors Highlight Reel

The 2011 BIO International Convention brought together over 15,000 leaders from industry, government and academia who are working to solve some of the sector's biggest challenges. We were honored to host governors from 11 U.S. states as they promote their bioscience economic development endeavors.

HIV/AIDS and Biotechnology

Learn about the role biotechnology plays in the on-going fight against HIV/AIDS.

Podcast with Aaron Miscenich

Aaron Miscenich, president of the New Orleans BioInnovation Center and chairman of LouisianaBio, discusses the bioscience economic development initiatives.

Diabetes and Biotechnology: A Shared History…A Great Future

In three minutes, this video tells the pertinent story of how recombinant DNA technology was used to produce human — or synthetic — insulin in large amounts and how it became the first biotechnology treatment approved by the FDA.