Since being appointed CEO a little more than a year ago, I have been impressed with the wide range of activities our small staff handles. However, as with most small organizations, clear focus is critical to our success. Based on our recent strategy review and member feedback, we are reorganizing our staff to provide sharper … Continue reading BayBio Reorganizes to Better Serve Members
Another great opinion article about innovation and education came out today through Xconomy. Gerard Tellis, a USC professor among other accomplishments, says that U.S. schools lag their counterparts in the developed world but foster more inquisitiveness. “U.S. schools lag their counterparts in developed countries in terms of science and math scores. However, U.S. schools foster … Continue reading How do we out innovate?
Thank you for your support and commitment in 2010, without which none of the following accomplishments would have been realized. Your dedication to the life sciences industry in Northern California and to BayBio is greatly appreciated. While there were many successes in a challenging year, our work is far from over. We look forward to your … Continue reading A look back at 2010
Top 10 lists often tell a story of success, failure, discovery and disappointment. Our 2010 BayBio Top 10 is a reflection of the achievements of the organization and how we helped to support Northern California’s life science companies. We wish you the best in 2011. Bioscience membership eclipses 200 companies for the first time in … Continue reading BayBio Top 10 in 2010
BayBio would like to provide you with BayBio Chairman Paul Hastings’s speech at the 2010 Pantheon Ceremony: When we started this event in 2004, our single most important goal was to foster a community – a community that would continue to build this life science cluster, would keep it alive and would keep it growing. … Continue reading Paul Hastings Speech at Pantheon
Ni hai. Greetings from China. I am in Hanzhou at the 2010 International Summit of China Pharmaceutical Industry. Global recession? You would never know it here. The momentum of the Chinese Pharma industry is amazing. In my first day here I was struck by three observations. 1. The Chinese Pharma market is enormous. Today, the … Continue reading BayBio Observations From China