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2007-08 Bioscience Colorado Magazine Debuts at BIO International Convention in Boston

Colorado Bioscience Association is releasing the new edition of Bioscience Colorado Magazine at the 2007 BIO International Convention, May 6-9, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. This year’s magazine has expanded to 80 pages and includes an updated directory of the Colorado Bioscience industry: Medical Device and Related Companies; Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Related Companies; Biofuels and Related Companies; Research & Education Institutions; Foundations; & Service Providers.

Denver, CO, May 06, 2007 --( The 2007-2008 issue of Bioscience Colorado Magazine is debuting at the BIO International Convention, May 6-9, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The announcement is made by Denise Brown, Colorado Bioscience Association (CBSA) executive director, who says the publication, now expanded to 80 pages, is an important tool used to inform the world about the bioscience industry in Colorado and includes an updated directory of the state’s bioscience industry: Medical Device and Related Companies; Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Related Companies; Biofuels and Related Companies; Research & Education Institutions; Foundations; and Service Providers.

“Over the past four years, our magazine has attracted potential partners to our member companies, generated increased interest from investors, and helped to inform Coloradans about the industry and its contributions,” Brown explains. “Those interested may pick up a copy of the new magazine at BIO International Booth #1483, The Colorado Pavilion, where PR Pharmaceuticals, Colorado Science + Technology Park at Fitzsimons, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, The University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center and Colorado State University are exhibiting this year.” In addition, Roche Colorado is also exhibiting at BIO, as well as Pluristem Life Systems.

The new 2007-08 issue of Bioscience Colorado includes the following features:

* State of Colorado invests in bioscience development

* Bioscience home on the range: Fitzsimons partners with Forest City to build $2 billion, 160-acre bioscience park

* Your tax dollars at work: Colorado’s federal labs boost bioscience research

* CEO roundtable discussion: A conversation with Colorado’s serial entrepreneurs

* CSU bioscience ‘supercluster’ at forefront of infectious disease fight

* Nanomedicine: Treating big illnesses with small technologies

* Biophotonics: Optics applications in the medical device sector

* Biofuels: Plants to the rescue: bio-fuels hold promise of economic development as well as energy

* Medical Virtual Reality: ToLTech makes medical education ‘virtually’ painless

* Workforce helping to define bio-medical industry in Colorado Springs

A link to a pdf of the new magazine is found at:

About the Biotechnology Industry Organization

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), founded in 1993, is a nonprofit association that represents more than 1,100 biotechnology companies, state and international affiliates, and related organizations. BIO members develop and market revolutionary products in health, food and agriculture, and industrial and environmental biotechnology. Most of our member firms are small, capital-intensive companies whose ideas are still in research and development. BIO is widely known for the BIO International Convention, a four-day annual biotechnology showcase that draws about 20,000 attendees. The convention serves to educate the public and policymakers about biotechnology, while fostering partnering meetings and other business development activities that keep the industry growing. For more information, go to

About Colorado BioScience Association

Colorado BioScience Association is a not-for-profit corporation providing services and support for Colorado’s growing biosciences industry. Colorado is carrying out an aggressive plan to grow the state’s bioscience industry into one of the country’s premier bioscience clusters. CBSA currently enjoys the support of more than 340 member organizations representing both bioscience companies and companies providing key services to the bioscience industry and research institutions in Colorado. The association’s main office is located in the Advance Colorado Center, 1625 Broadway, Suite 950, in Denver, plus satellite offices are maintained in the Fitzsimons Bioscience Park and the Fort Collins Technology Incubator. A new chapter was recently announced in Colorado Springs. You can learn more about CBSA at the website


Denise Brown, Executive Director, Colorado BioScience Association, – 303.592.4073 or 303.915.9762, E-mail:

Maggie Chamberlin Holben, APR, Absolutely Public Relations, – 303.984.9801 or 303.669.3558, E-mail:

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