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Abbott Executive Jim Tyree Takes IBIO Helm

Chicago, IL - The recent Chicago biotech festivals weren't the only indicators that biotech in Illinois is finally coming of age. That same week, the Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization (IBIO) elected as its new chairman Jim L. Tyree, vice president of global business development ...

Finding a Yardstick For Local Biotech Improvement and Success

...t factor in the community. This year, iBIOMarketplace will be held on Nov. 12 and 13, and judging by the roster of speakers, it reflects a step up for ibio over last years meeting. IBIO is taking this meeting back to Navy Pier, which was the site of the 2001 meeting. The event will be held in the gran...

Biotech Family Reunion Meets in Illinois

...y reunion took place at Navy Pier in Chicago when ibio , otherwise known as the Illinois Biotechnology In...ng momentum in Illinois. The new and fortified ibio decided in 2002 that, in preparation for BIO com...to articulate for the audience the achievements of ibio during 2003 including its first legislative lobbyi...

VC Community Shares Perspectives on Midwest Life Science Funding

...imes their investment while the late-stage VCs may only be looking to double their money (but with much less risk). The interesting thing about the ibio VC panel is that two of the Midwest VCs presenting do start-up and seed-stage funding and it appeared that all five were involved in early stage fundi...

Biotech phenomenon becoming mainstream in world economy

...rce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) held court and welcomed the large audience to Chicago and the Midwest. Keeping with the blues theme of this party, ibio President David Miller auctioned off (among other things) an acoustic guitar autographed by Eric Clapton. What really amazed me about the BIO meeti...

Midwest is key player for Biofuels industry

... I have to admit that I was pretty ignorant about the whole topic of biofuels until I helped organize a recent ibio (www.ibio.org) event on this topic. While assembling the speakers helped illuminate me, it was really not until I sat through their combined presen...

42 days until the 2006 Olympics of Biotechnology in Chicago

...f Chicago and the Israel Life Science Industry and ibio are hosting an event at the Illinois Science & Tec...disclosure: the author is a member of the board of ibio and the America-Israeli Chamber of Commerce). A... results are predictive, it seems like a good bet! ibio and BIO together have organized a number of workin...

BIO 2006 aftermath and a taste of bio-generics

... on BIO 2006 for a while, but BIG kudos are due to not only David Miller at ibio and a very supportive ibio board and large group of volunteers working months and months on this event...

Bioscience clusters: Too many or room for more?

...from 20,000 attendees and visitors coming from 62 countries last April, the ibio meeting was quiet in comparison. Although there were more than 400 peop...panies from Utah, Montana, and Nebraska were present at BIO-West. In the ibio event, there was one company from Madison, Wis., and another from Cincinnat...
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