Q&A: Georgia Gov. Perdue Relishes BIO's Global Exposure for State Life-Sci; Eyes Common Ground on Stem Cell Issue | GenomeWeb

ATLANTA — Thousands of life sciences professionals can be expected to take in the World of Coca-Cola, the CNN Studio Tour, a Braves baseball game, a visit to the trendy Buckhead section, or some of this city's other tourist spots as they spend much of this week here for the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s BIO 2009 International Convention.

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