ACAD
32.34
+0.46
+1.44%
AEMD
0.27
+0.01
+4.25%
APRI
1.22
0.00
0.00%
ARNA
4.62
+0.07
+1.43%
ATEC
1.33
-0.04
-2.92%
CFN
59.73
-0.04
-0.07%
CNAT
5.76
+0.42
+7.83%
CRXM
0.2
0.00
-1.00%
CYTX
0.48
+0.00
+0.92%
DXCM
62.42
+4.48
+7.73%
GNMK
13.22
+0.07
+0.53%
HALO
14.52
+0.65
+4.69%
ILMN
200.31
+3.15
+1.60%
INNV
0.23
-0.02
-9.96%
INO
8.66
+0.05
+0.58%
ISCO
0.06
0.00
0.00%
ISIS
72.69
+1.41
+1.98%
LGND
56.49
+1.82
+3.33%
LPTN
2.9
-0.06
-2.03%
MBVX
1.1
-0.04
-3.51%
MEIP
3.72
+0.03
+0.81%
MNOV
3.59
+0.04
+1.13%
MRTX
19.82
+0.55
+2.85%
MSTX
0.46
-0.01
-3.15%
NBIX
33.05
+1.35
+4.26%
NUVA
47
+0.24
+0.51%
ONCS
0.4
0.00
-0.25%
ONVO
6.49
+0.17
+2.69%
OREX
5.54
+0.13
+2.40%
OTIC
30.86
-2.07
-6.29%
QDEL
24.78
+0.46
+1.89%
RCPT
114.75
+4.65
+4.22%
RGLS
19.16
+0.62
+3.34%
RMD
67.12
+1.88
+2.88%
SCIE
0.01
0.00
0.00%
SPHS
0.45
-0.01
-1.70%
SRNE
10.4
+0.43
+4.31%
TROV
5.84
+0.04
+0.69%
VICL
1.03
-0.01
-0.96%
VOLC
17.97
+0.01
+0.03%
ZGNX
1.34
+0.06
+4.68%
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Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

October 13, 2010 – 1:10 pm | Edit Post
Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

It’s hard to believe it, but two years ago in November of 2008, we had our first SDBN event featuring Sapphire Energy at Rock Bottom in La Jolla. We soon outgrew that venue and have …

Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

October 13, 2010 – 1:10 pm | Edit Post
Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

It’s hard to believe it, but two years ago in November of 2008, we had our first SDBN event featuring Sapphire Energy at Rock Bottom in La Jolla. We soon outgrew that venue and have …

Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

October 13, 2010 – 1:10 pm | Edit Post
Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

It’s hard to believe it, but two years ago in November of 2008, we had our first SDBN event featuring Sapphire Energy at Rock Bottom in La Jolla. We soon outgrew that venue and have …

Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

October 13, 2010 – 1:10 pm | Edit Post
Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

It’s hard to believe it, but two years ago in November of 2008, we had our first SDBN event featuring Sapphire Energy at Rock Bottom in La Jolla. We soon outgrew that venue and have …

Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

October 13, 2010 – 1:10 pm | Edit Post
Happy 2nd Birthday SDBN! How Should We Celebrate?

It’s hard to believe it, but two years ago in November of 2008, we had our first SDBN event featuring Sapphire Energy at Rock Bottom in La Jolla. We soon outgrew that venue and have …

SDBN October 26th Event Featuring Trius Therapeutics

October 5, 2010 – 7:47 am | Edit Post

Trius Therapeutics is a great local company which recently had an initial public offering (IPO), quite a feat in this economy. What is the secret to their success? They focus on antibacterials for life threatening …

SDBN Volunteers Needed for Coastal Cleanup Day September 25th

September 6, 2010 – 11:40 am | Edit Post

We all hear about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an ‘island’ estimated to be twice the size of Texas containing plastic and other waste. How can we help to prevent more trash from reaching our …

September 28th Event Sponsored by Halozyme Therapeutics

September 6, 2010 – 11:02 am | Edit Post

We’re going to try something new for the San Diego Biotechnology Network in September. The folks at Halozyme have offered to start hosting events quarterly at their site in Sorrento Valley, and we’ll kick of …

Speaking of pipelines, what about the education pipeline? #oss2010

August 3, 2010 – 6:47 pm | Edit Post

This is a post from the Open Science Summit, a weekend of talks and discussion about this emerging research approach. Disclosure: Mendeley Research Networks is a sponsor of OSS2010.
Friday had a short series of …

SDBN August 18th Event: The Human Genome 10 Years Later: What Does it Mean for San Diego Biotech?

July 23, 2010 – 4:31 pm | Edit Post

June 2010 marks the 10th anniversary of the sequencing of the human genome. As Francis Collins has pointed out, “we invariably overestimate the short-term impacts of new technologies and underestimate their longer-term effects.” As a …