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Midwest biotech on a roll

CHICAGO -- I continue to be encouraged by the numerous positive signs that biotech is alive and flourishing in the Midwest. Here are just a few:

& bull; The coming of the Olympics of biotech to Chicago in April 2006.

& bull; The continued acquisition of Midwest biotech companies by Big Pharma and Big Biotech. While they recognize the value o......

Full article >>> g of the third-annual BIO Mid-America Venture Conference. This years event will shift from St. Louis to Minneapolis and take place from Sept. 21 to 23.

While all of the above augurs well for the Midwest, this last event is of particular satisfaction for a number of reasons:

BIO, the national biotechnology trade association, took its first roll of the dice on the Midwest wit......

Full article >>> of rock guitarists listed in the CBS news poll that I quoted provoked a lot of angst (including my own).

As some readers werent happy with the results of this poll, I continued my search after I wrote the column to find a more definitive and perhaps better-accepted poll.

The logical place was in the center of rock culture: Rolling Stone Magazine. I had initially been unsuc......

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'"/> By Michael Rosen 09/12/05

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