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BIO-Europe Spring® 2015 Press Releases

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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March 25, 2015 Deal valuations still sizable and growing according to report Guest post by Surani Fernando, Acting Editor at BioPharm Insight BioPharm Insight‘s (BPI) licensing report, compiled by Afsan Khan, analyst at BPI, captures pharma licensing deal values and volumes in 4Q14. The report gives an overview of which indications and geographies generated the most... more ►

March 24, 2015 New frontiers for biotechnology across the Atlantic Guest blog post by Regina Revilla Pedreira, President of ASEBIO In 2012 ASEBIO set out on its adventure in Latin America. A delegation of the Board of Directors of ASEBIO, the Spanish Bioindustry Association, which I have the honor of chairing, traveled from Spain to Colombia in order to explore... more ►

March 23, 2015 Paris life science partnering event is biggest ever There were two things you could see in Paris the week of March 9 from everywhere you went: The Eiffel Tower and BIO-Europe Spring® 2015 delegates! Nearly 2,400 executive life science dealmakers came to Paris March 9–11 for Europe’s largest springtime partnering event, a 15% increase in... more ►

March 11, 2015 Patient-centered approach for rare diseases is full of innovative potential At yesterday’s BIO-Europe Spring® panel, “Rare disease, a patient-centric approach,” experts came together to discuss approaches to connecting with the patient through their diagnosis, management and treatment. The panel, which took place Tuesday, March 10, was moderated by Sylvain Forget –... more ►

March 9, 2015 A few candid photos from BIO-Europe Spring® 2015 in Paris ... more ►

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March 11, 2015 Sanofi , Medicen and other Paris Region clusters are leading the collaborative effort to bring ICT for Health innovation to the patient “We are working here in the Paris region to combine all the clusters that are linked to ICT for Health,” said Meunier. In particular, the three different clusters with three different technological areas of expertise involved are Medicen, Cap Digital, a software company, and Systematique Paris region, focused on ICT for Health. more ►

March 11, 2015 Targeting cancer stem cells may be key to a cure Something has been left behind in the billion-dollar "frothy" excitement over immuno-oncology therapies: recurrence of cancer and the inability to treat metastatic cancer. more ►

March 11, 2015 Academics pitch biotechs on early stage collaboration In the middle of a day filled with dealmaking and valuation of biotech assets, participants of BIO-Europe Spring® were treated to a refreshing hour of pure academia, including a half-hour lecture on the history of oncology. more ►

March 10, 2015 Gene therapies moving cautiously from bench to bedside Thanks to a series of successes reported over the past five years against a variety of genetically-triggered conditions, notably against leukemia and severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), gene therapy has emerged from what has been called the "lost decade" and is enjoying a modest renewal of interest. more ►

March 10, 2015 Pharma gets real, in real time with patients "The FDA is a public service. They absolutely want to hear from patients and the public," said Jakob Dupont, Chief Medical Officer, OncoMed Pharmaceuticals. "If you think of the mission of regulators reviewing the packages we submit, they absolutely want to hear from patients, to see if the clinical benefit is there for approval," he told participants at BIO-Europe Spring® during the opening plenary session. more ►

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