A Call for United Therapeutics

It wasn't a prank call that United Therapeutics President Roger Jeffs got at a conference. It was really from an Eli Lilly executive, who was interested in a partnership related to Cialis and pulmonary arterial hypertension. Read Mike Rosenwald's story of the opportunity it gave the Silver Spring biotech.

In her weekly Download column, Kim Hart takes us to a symposium last week at the University of Maryland where government researchers, computer science professors and corporate financial analysts discussed how to organize and display data. How do you display flu outbreaks, cellphone call logs or senators' voting logs?

By Terri Rupar  |  June 1, 2009; 7:30 AM ET
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