Our November 2017 volunteer event went great, we discussed the 2018 planning poll results and discussed 2018 events in the top areas: Drug Discovery Drug Development Biologics Genomics Science Communication To facilitate event planning, and […]
This is a post from the 2010 Experimental Biology meeting in Anaheim, part of the SDBN conference reporting channel. Leroy Hood probably doesn’t need any introduction here, but for those who don’t know, he’s a […]
Drug development is an area that, according to our 2010 poll, you are interested in, and in previous meetings we’ve discussed that San Diego biotech could grow if we would better complement our drug discovery […]
At the afternoon session of the Society for Biomolecular Science in Phoenix, it’s all about epigenetics, the study of heritable changes that don’t involve changes in genetic sequence. Epigenetics explains why identical twins turn out a little different and why even cloned cows will have different coloration patterns.
I recently gave a talk at BioToasters, the local ‘biotech-focused’ Toastmasters chapter (they’re great by the way). As I started to prepare, I realized that I was going to an organization devoted to public speaking, […]
Lab Automation 2010 is a somewhat self-explanatory conference which brings together diverse industries such as drug discovery and development, forensics and security, and clinical diagnostics. Next year it will be in Palm Springs January 23-27, […]
I had mentioned that I was hoping to get a personal interview with Francis Collins, newly appointed NIH director, during his visit to the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) meeting. Turns out Dr. Collins […]
With the help of IamBiotech, we interviewed you at the Oct. 29th ‘Bootstrapping Biotech’ event to learn more about what is going on in the area and communicate it to others. This interview with Philip […]
The outsourcing model for drug discovery, where a significant fraction of drug research is carried out by contract research organizations (CROs), is a great opportunity for the San Diego Biotechnology community. Our rich history in […]
Newly appointed National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Francis Collins will attend and speak briefly at the American Society for Cell Biology Conference in San Diego Dec. 5-9. Dr. Collins will provide some short […]
The Burnham Institute, Scripps Research Institute, and UCSD work together as the San Diego Postdoctoral Training Consortium to host a day long Transition to Industry Symposium. This year’s will be Saturday Nov. 14th, and I’ve […]
The SDBN site was down yesterday afternoon–don’t you love the great timing? Anyway, you can now register for the Thursday’s event, go for it!
A reminder that the Society for Biomolecular Sciences is hosting a Label-free symposium in San Diego soon. They are an excellent resource for those of you who are looking to learn more about drug discovery. […]
BIL:PIL 2009 is an ad-hoc conference for people who are changing the landscape of healthcare through science, technology and public policy. From present issues to cutting edge advancements, BIL:PIL will bring together an innovative group […]
Starting and Growing A Life Science Company NEW! Get resources & connect at https://sdbn.org/bootstrap, and come ready to interview or be interviewed! http://bit.ly/4r02Kn You?ve got an idea for a company or a product that you […]
2009 BIOCOM Investor Conference The 4th Annual BIOCOM Investor Conference is a unique opportunity to gain access to leading technology from Southern California, one of the industry’s largest life science communities, and new this year […]