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PHILADELPHIA- With apologies to David Letterman, here are the top 10 reasons to be at the Biotechnology Industry Organization convention in Philadelphia.

10. You can pick up some great toys for the kids. Attention-grabbing baubles are the coin of the realm in the BIO exhibit floor, where representatives of 61 nations and 48 states have set up s......

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5. You can see a "weird protest." Biotech protesters of all flavors mixed it up with with a local skateboard rally. Local police are trying to sort out the mess.

4. You can attend some great parties. On Tuesday night, the exhibit floor turned into one of the world's largest cocktails receptions. The Japanese offered sus......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 06/22/05


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