ACAD
33.35
+1.39
+4.35%
AEMD
0.24
+0.03
+11.89%
APRI
1.92
+0.01
+0.52%
ARNA
4.48
+0.15
+3.46%
ATEC
1.41
+0.01
+0.71%
CNAT
7.53
-0.22
-2.84%
CRXM
0.195
0.00
0.00%
CYTX
1.2
+0.01
+0.84%
DXCM
61.98
+1.82
+3.03%
GNMK
13.3
+0.01
+0.08%
HALO
14
+0.07
+0.50%
ILMN
187.62
+0.45
+0.24%
INNV
0.179
+0.049
+37.5096%
INO
8.33
+0.05
+0.54%
ISCO
0.059
-0.003
-4.0984%
ISIS
64.81
+1.44
+2.27%
LGND
76.23
+3.28
+4.50%
LPTN
2.47
-0.01
-0.40%
MBVX
1.86
+0.24
+14.81%
MEIP
1.75
+0.01
+0.57%
MNOV
3.59
+0.04
+1.13%
MRTX
29.11
+0.69
+2.43%
MSTX
0.498
-0.002
-0.3006%
NBIX
41.53
+2.75
+7.09%
NUVA
46.4
+1.8
+4.04%
ONCS
0.35
0.00
0.00%
ONVO
3.37
-0.29
-7.92%
OREX
7.75
+0.21
+2.79%
OTIC
35.63
+1.4
+4.09%
QDEL
27.5
+0.35
+1.29%
RCPT
160.05
+12.62
+8.56%
RGLS
17.26
+0.44
+2.62%
RMD
71.65
+0.1
+0.14%
SCIE
0.026
-0.006
-17.7419%
SPHS
0.55
-0.04
-6.76%
SRNE
11.36
-0.93
-7.57%
TROV
7
0.00
0.00%
VICL
0.9
-0.02
-2.46%
VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.37
+0.03
+2.24%
ACAD
33.35
+1.39
+4.35%
AEMD
0.24
+0.03
+11.89%
APRI
1.92
+0.01
+0.52%
ARNA
4.48
+0.15
+3.46%
ATEC
1.41
+0.01
+0.71%
CNAT
7.53
-0.22
-2.84%
CRXM
0.195
0.00
0.00%
CYTX
1.2
+0.01
+0.84%
DXCM
61.98
+1.82
+3.03%
GNMK
13.3
+0.01
+0.08%
HALO
14
+0.07
+0.50%
ILMN
187.62
+0.45
+0.24%
INNV
0.179
+0.049
+37.5096%
INO
8.33
+0.05
+0.54%
ISCO
0.059
-0.003
-4.0984%
ISIS
64.81
+1.44
+2.27%
LGND
76.23
+3.28
+4.50%
LPTN
2.47
-0.01
-0.40%
MBVX
1.86
+0.24
+14.81%
MEIP
1.75
+0.01
+0.57%
MNOV
3.59
+0.04
+1.13%
MRTX
29.11
+0.69
+2.43%
MSTX
0.498
-0.002
-0.3006%
NBIX
41.53
+2.75
+7.09%
NUVA
46.4
+1.8
+4.04%
ONCS
0.35
0.00
0.00%
ONVO
3.37
-0.29
-7.92%
OREX
7.75
+0.21
+2.79%
OTIC
35.63
+1.4
+4.09%
QDEL
27.5
+0.35
+1.29%
RCPT
160.05
+12.62
+8.56%
RGLS
17.26
+0.44
+2.62%
RMD
71.65
+0.1
+0.14%
SCIE
0.026
-0.006
-17.7419%
SPHS
0.55
-0.04
-6.76%
SRNE
11.36
-0.93
-7.57%
TROV
7
0.00
0.00%
VICL
0.9
-0.02
-2.46%
VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.37
+0.03
+2.24%
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BIO 2009: Stem Cell Companies’ ‘Fate’ Relies on Interdisciplinary Business Models

May 19, 2009 – 10:59 am

I attended the ‘Mastering Your (Cell) Fate: Stem Cells, iPSCs and the Future of Medicine’ session at BIO on Monday, which featured a panel of specialists: G. Steven Burrill, CEO, Burrill & Company, Aaron Rowe, …

BIO 2009: Stem Cell Companies’ ‘Fate’ Relies on Interdisciplinary Business Models

May 19, 2009 – 10:59 am

I attended the ‘Mastering Your (Cell) Fate: Stem Cells, iPSCs and the Future of Medicine’ session at BIO on Monday, which featured a panel of specialists: G. Steven Burrill, CEO, Burrill & Company, Aaron Rowe, …

BIO 2009: Stem Cell Companies’ ‘Fate’ Relies on Interdisciplinary Business Models

May 19, 2009 – 10:59 am

I attended the ‘Mastering Your (Cell) Fate: Stem Cells, iPSCs and the Future of Medicine’ session at BIO on Monday, which featured a panel of specialists: G. Steven Burrill, CEO, Burrill & Company, Aaron Rowe, …

BIO 2009: Stem Cell Companies’ ‘Fate’ Relies on Interdisciplinary Business Models

May 19, 2009 – 10:59 am

I attended the ‘Mastering Your (Cell) Fate: Stem Cells, iPSCs and the Future of Medicine’ session at BIO on Monday, which featured a panel of specialists: G. Steven Burrill, CEO, Burrill & Company, Aaron Rowe, …

BIO 2009: Stem Cell Companies’ ‘Fate’ Relies on Interdisciplinary Business Models

May 19, 2009 – 10:59 am

I attended the ‘Mastering Your (Cell) Fate: Stem Cells, iPSCs and the Future of Medicine’ session at BIO on Monday, which featured a panel of specialists: G. Steven Burrill, CEO, Burrill & Company, Aaron Rowe, …

Good Morning from BIO!

May 18, 2009 – 4:44 am

You may know I’m a blogger at the Biotechnology Industry Organization convention in Atlanta. I’m here and adjusting to the time change. I’m eager to cover stories about San Diego Biotech–we’ve got a lot going …

Social Media for Scientists: SDBN’s May 28th Event

May 1, 2009 – 8:28 am

SDBN’s May Event: Building a network and using your knowledge to advance your career and scienceWant access to a network of tens of thousands of scientists who you can help you advance your career? Learn …

See you tonight–50+ Companies Represented!

April 30, 2009 – 8:59 am

Looking forward to seeing everyone tonight. We’ll have onsite registration ($25, $20 for academics with ID), so feel free to stop by. You’ll be able to network with people from 50+ companies at the event, …

Seven Ways To Use The SDBN More Effectively

April 17, 2009 – 10:00 am

The San Diego Biotechnology Network is a next generation organization dedicated to helping people connect better than ever before. What makes it different? Well, for starters, members can interact easily both online and face to …

Pictures From Our March 18th Event Now Available

April 9, 2009 – 7:18 am

Pictures from our March 18th SDBN event featuring Milo Shapiro from IMPROVentures are now posted on Flickr. Special thanks to Richard Ludwig of California BioSolutions for being our photographer! The photos showcase our new venue, …