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bluebird bio is developing innovative gene therapies for severe genetic diseases and cancer. Our vision is to make the hope of gene therapy a reality.
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bluebird bio Jan 10
Recoding the system is hardly a game 😉 but you know we’re gonna wear some flocking awesome sneakers while doing it! (Nice color choice btw!)
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bluebird bio Jan 9
It was a privilege to present the hard work of our entire flock at and discuss how we’re exploring new frontiers for the sake of patients. We’re here to recode the science, recode the system and recode the status quo: we
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bluebird bio Jan 8
There are multiple methods and studies in being researched and we are passionate about our role
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bluebird bio Jan 7
We've been composting in Cambridge 4 the past 10months & have helped divert 39,195lbs of food scraps from landfills; helped create approx 19,597lbs of finished compost; & helped offset 28,220lbs of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere! Let's keep this momentum going, birds!
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bluebird bio Jan 7
: We’re excited to chirp about our exclusive license agreement to research, develop & commercialize CAR T cell therapies using Inhibrx’s proprietary single domain antibody (sdAb) platform to multiple targets:
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bluebird bio Jan 1
Happy New Year from all of us bluebirds! As you can see, our birds enjoyed their winter shutdown with vacations and staycations – so much R&R. We’re looking forward to heading back to the nest and kicking off 2019!
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bluebird bio Dec 25
No. 12: In our final , we want to thank all of YOU for following our journey throughout 2018. Chirping updates from the flock & hearing from you, truly gets our beaks boppin'. From our nests to yours, we wish you all a Happy Holiday and we'll see you back in 2019!
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bluebird bio Dec 24
No. 11: We want to give a huge shout out to the eight patient speakers that visited our nests throughout the year and shared their unique and personal stories. They are our motivation, our inspiration and they are why we fly
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bluebird bio Dec 23
No. 10: Throughout the year our flock has been a part of a number of medical conferences around the globe. Most recently at ASH, we had the opportunity to demonstrate just how much we sweat the science.
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bluebird bio Dec 22
No. 9: Play ball! The bbb softball team won 9 games this summer and became the Division III Champs! Those flockin' champs are owl smiles!
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bluebird bio Dec 21
No. 8: Over 700 birds submitted donations to our annual company auction this year where we raised money for our friends over at ! They are doing flockin' incredible things to support the cancer community.
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bluebird bio Dec 20
No. 7: Let's give a shout out to the over 375 flockin' awesome birds that joined our nest this year! Welcome to the flock! And let's not forget all our recruiting superstars! It takes a village ... or a nest!
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bluebird bio Dec 19
No. 6: IT HAPPENED: Nick wore a suit! He lost a bet to CEO Jeff Marrazzo when the defeated the in . And we will never let him live it down!
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bluebird bio Dec 19
Big win for the community! The Sickle Cell Disease & Other Heritable Blood Disorders Research, Surveillance, Prevention, Treatment Act of ‘18 has officially been signed into law! True blue thanks to !
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bluebird bio Dec 18
No. 5: It's all about the benefits, baby! In 2018, our birds staycationed or migrated all over the world for our 1st annual week-long summer shutdown in August. Where will our birds be going for our upcoming winter shutdown? Stay tuned ...!
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bluebird bio Dec 17
No. 4: We moved! Well, sort of! Our HQ is still in Cambridge, but in 2018 we moved into our new manufacturing site in Durham, NC! They started as a flock of one and now there are 50 birds down south!
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bluebird bio Dec 16
No. 3: We launched - where birds from different departments are matched to meet new feathered friends over a cup of coffee!
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bluebird bio Dec 15
No. 2: Back in May, we held our first Superstar Day where birds invited a guest to the nest to find out what we do here! 's even stopped in!
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bluebird bio Dec 14
As an end of year wrap, we'll be highlighting our big blue moments of 2018! First up: moving from #6 to #3 in 's Best Places to Work!
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bluebird bio Dec 11
RT for awareness! (ALD) is caused by a defect in a gene called ABCD1. In cerebral ALD (CALD), the person’s physical and mental abilities begin to deteriorate.
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