Innovation & Tech

by Christine Hansen To preview the 2011 Bio International Convention, which is held in Washington, DC from June 27 through 30, MDBizMedia spoke with bio companies across Maryland, showcasing Maryland’s strengths in the bioscience industry.  Because of Maryland’s close proximity and strong ties to Washington, D.C., Maryland has a hand

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Festival screens 108 films this week by Gerald Levin About five years ago – at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam – Ray Barry overheard a conversation. “I remember it like it was yesterday,” he says. “One person was asking another: ‘Are you going to Silver Spring for Silverdocs this

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By Leah Michaels DBED Secretary Christian Johansson talks with MDBizMedia on his views on his experiences, and the cultures in China, Korea and Vietnam. [youtube=]

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by Zoe Pagonis Governor O’Malley and a delegation of 68 business, higher education and public leaders embarked on a 10-day economic development and jobs mission to Asia. The mission resulted in an immediate $85 million in direct investment into Maryland and is expected to continue to yield positive economic benefits

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by Bel Leong Hong, founder, president and CEO of Knowledge Advantage Inc. I joined the Governor’s Trade Mission to China to explore possibilities for new business ventures for my company.  While the trade mission continued on to Korea and Vietnam, I only had enough time to go to China.  We

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by Cliff Murphy, Maryland State Arts Council The Maryland State Arts Council this Saturday, June 18, will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Maryland Traditions, the folklife program of the Arts Council, and traditional arts and culture of Maryland at their annual Folklife Festival.  The free festival, which runs from 10am

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