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BIO International Convention

Policy wonks and science wizards unite at this year's big biotech-industry conference in Chicago, where more than 15,000 attendees talk biofuels, health innovation, and superpowered agriculture with former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton and former vice president Al Gore. With roughly $250 billion in market cap and influence across a staggering number of sectors, it's no wonder biotech managed to snag a bipartisan clutch of big names to key-note. "We like to invite speakers who challenge our industry and who don't necessarily agree with us," says Robbi Lycett, BIO's VP for conventions and conferences. With an agenda that includes genetically modified crops and stem-cell research, we suspect that stirring debate will not be a problem. — Lillian Cunningham
BIO International Convention

mon, may 03
BIO International Convention

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