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BIO-Europe Spring® 2016 Press Releases

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December 16, 2014Paris, France will host BIO-Europe Spring® 2015 international life science partnering conference The ninth annual BIO-Europe Spring® conference will be held March 9–11, 2015 in Paris, France at the Paris expo Porte de Versailles conference center. This is the first time Paris will host a life science industry event of this scale, and it is expected to draw a large number of established biotech and early stage companies desiring to form business partnerships with invest...  more ►

November 20, 2014Spotlight on Paris Your browser does not support the video tag. Business Facts The Paris region is Europe's No. 1 business region with 842,000 businesses, from high tech sectors to traditional industrial activities. Paris is an innovation hotspot and has eight competitive clusters enhancing innovation, and the most generous research tax credits in Europe. There were 4,800 patents filed in the Paris re...  more ►



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June 12, 2015 Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals: “The world is our laboratory” At Boehringer Ingelheim, “innovation is the element that defines us,” said Paola Casarosa, PhD, Corporate VP, Business Development and Licensing (BD&L)/Prescription Medicines. Its track record bears that out. Boehringer Ingelheim has a 125-year history of innovation that is based not only on its own discoveries but also upon novel finds from partners throughout the life sciences. more ►

June 11, 2015 Boston Children’s Hospital: Innovating from bench to bedside Translating innovation from the bench to the bedside is integral to the mission of Boston Children’s Hospital. Research runs the gamut from biotech and pharmaceutical development to devices, diagnostics and healthcare IT, and is led by researchers who often are appointed not just to Boston Children’s Hospital, but also to prestigious institutions in the area. more ►

June 3, 2015 Agilis builds value by tapping into Boston’s biotech ecosystem In November 2014, Gregory Robinson was named the Chief Scientific Officer for Agilis Biotherapeutics, a biotechnology company engineering best-in-class DNA therapeutics for patients afflicted with devastating rare diseases of the central nervous system (CNS). Formerly the Senior Director for Rare Diseases Business Development and the Head of Discovery Research at Shire, Robinson has stepped up to the challenge of advancing Agilis’ drug and therapy discovery programs. more ►

June 3, 2015 When de-risking, relationships matter De-risking has evolved from literature searches to the cultivation of many wide-ranging relationships throughout the life sciences strata. “In the ‘old’ days, you’d look for others working with the same mechanism or against the same targets and hope their data lent confidence to your own investigations as you followed in their wake,” says Richard Brudnick senior VP, corporate development, Biogen, says. That approach reduced risk, but didn’t encourage great innovation. more ►

May 27, 2015 Atlas Venture: It takes a village Atlas Venture pioneered the “built-to-buy” business model a few years ago knowing that it takes a village to build a successful biotech company—assuming that village is populated by innovative scientists, serial biotech entrepreneurs, risk-tolerant investors and biopharma partners with the wherewithal to take drugs from clinical development to commercialization. more ►



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