(C) Wolf G Kroner 2009 - U.S. BIO Convention exhibition hallBIO 2009 failed to mirror biotechnology markets worldwide

May 2009. A sizable portion of the US pharmaceutical industry and economic promotion agencies from around the world gathered again at the convention of Biotechnology Industry Organization. However, when exhibitor data is closely analyzed it becomes evident that the convention failed to represent US biotech as well as global biotech.


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