Gene Knockdown At BIO, Parties, Protesters, and Good News for Antisense | GenomeWeb

As usual, the 2005 annual meeting of the Biotechnology Industry Organization resembled a circus. Aside from the usual throng of protesters in the street bellowing against the use of genetically modified foodstuffs (several people were arrested), the exhibit hall hummed as thousands of attendees hobnobbed and networked with representatives from biotechnology companies from across the globe — and the countless regional business development officers accompanying them.

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