Life science networking company Technology Vision Group LLC (TVG)
, US, has announced plans to expand its Global Life Science Network, providing clients with partnering opportunities and support from local and regional industry organisations in over 70 countries. New collaborations in 2010 include AusBiotech, General Biologic (GBI) and Nature Publishing Group (NPG) - expanding the TVG network into Australia, China, and providing recent content to TVG clients' desktops through NPG's BioPharma Dealmakers
AusBiotech is Australia's biotechnology industry organisation, which represents over 3,000 members, covering the human health, agricultural, medical device, bioinformatics, environmental and industrial sectors in biotechnology. Its annual conference, AusBiotech 2010, is claimed to be the premier biotechnology industry conference in the Asia Pacific region. With its theme, 'Creating Global Solutions', the event is expected to bring together key industry experts working on various biotechnology solutions. Conference attendees will access a global business network in person and online through TVG's biopartnering.com community - an online meeting venue connecting attendees before, during and after the conference.
GBI is an information and professional services firm focused on China's pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. Its information products, including its flagship online data product SOURCE, seek to provide competitive and market intelligence to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and healthcare companies, and a select group of investors, consultants, law firms and financial analysts.
NPG publishes journals, online databases and services across the life, physical, chemical and applied sciences and clinical medicine. BioPharma Dealmakers
is a new bi-weekly e-newsletter that brings recent content, freely available, from the journals Nature Biotechnology, Nature Reviews Drug Discovery
and Nature Medicine
. The content of the newsletter includes news and analysis at the intersection of academia and business and the science and strategy behind the deals. It provides profiles of big companies in search of partners to fill a particular niche, and profiles of smaller companies looking for larger partners, to work towards a mutually beneficial partnership.
TVG's Global Life Science Network seek to connect an international consortium of regional trade and business development organisations focused on promoting the growth of the life science and biotechnology industries worldwide. Regional affiliates are said to include important industry associations and government institutions in every major biotech hub across 13 countries.
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