Posts Tagged ‘worldview’

Scientific American WorldView 2010: Measuring global biotechnology innovation

Once again, the Scientific American WorldView project continues to measure global biotechnology innovation. I had the pleasure of serving as lead editorial consultant of this project, and my mission was to cut through the marketing messages and develop a coherent measure of biotechnology innovation on a country-by-country basis. Visit the WorldView homepage See the country […]


BIO2010 Day 2: Meetings

After an introductory day of getting settled and ad hoc networking, what’s in store for Day 2? Meetings! The bulk of today will be spent traveling the exhibit floor, getting updates and having some first-time meetings as well. On tap for tomorrow is my book signing from 10-11:30, and the Scientific American Worldview rollout at […]


Scientific American Worldview — Measuring biotechnology innovation

The 2010 version of Scientific American’s Worldview is launching at BIO. I’ve updated last year’s rankings, and also included some new measures. The data section is also significantly expanded, with numerous tables and charts comparing biotechnology activities and supportive elements from around the world. While readers not at BIO2010 will have to wait until the […]