Last year at about this time (actually it was April rather than May), we celebrated the first Midwest Olympics of Biotech in Chicago and broke all the meeting records: total attendance, foreign attendance, total money raised, partnering sessions, exhibit hall area - you name it, it was broken. But even new records are made to be broken!
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the outpost for looking at Asian technologies and companies for Burrill, using his base in Kuala Lumpur to travel to India, Singapore, Korea, China, etc.
Boston is sporting a brand new convention center, as the old one would have hardly been able to contain this burgeoning event, and it is big! One advantage over Chicago's huge convention center (one of the ......Full article >>>
ndance mix and flavor, and the last few years has been about Asia, starting with the Australians but now with large participation from Malaysia, Singapore, China, Japan, Korea, and Thailand. The 2007 conference also adds Latin America to the mix with delegates and programs from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, and Chile (and I heard more than a few Argentinean Spanish accents yesterday).
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Genetics is founded in Cambridge.
:Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, the state biotech association, is founded.
: The Harvard mouse becomes the first patented animal, a genetically altered mouse susceptible to breast cancer.
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