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Freedom, Fireworks, Hot Dogs and Biotech!

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Independence Day is a day when America comes together to celebrate family, friends, and our independence from Great Britain in 1776. It definitely would not be a typical 4th of July in my family if I did not have my aunt’s delicious corn on the cob - the American delicacy. Regardless of drought, pests, or cold weather I can always depend on having this 4th of July treat thanks to biotech crops! Unfortunately, not everyone may not be able Read More >

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IP Sessions at BIO 2015: The Evolving Landscape of Patentable Subject Matter

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The IP Track at BIO 2015 had a number of incredible educational sessions concerning the most relevant topics in the biotech sector. Let’s look back at what top experts in the IP field had to say about the changing nature of patentable subject matter: Panelists included: Jennifer Swan and Howard Levine, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP Raul Tamayo, USPTO P. Michael Walker, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Panelists focused on the increasingly restrictive interpretation of patent eligibility, Read More >

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Science Can Change the World

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Each day, scientists in labs around the world seek solutions to the most pressing problems – poverty, hunger, disease and climate change – since they believe in a better world through scientific innovation. These unsung heroes are celebrated in a new Royal DSM campaign – Bright Science. Brighter Living. Their stories can help amplify our messages to the public, policymakers, stakeholders, government and others on the importance of science to benefit society. We support and applaud the work of scientists Read More >

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A Glimpse into a New Era: Genetically Modified Animals

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Science fiction and pop culture, such as the Jurassic Park franchise, narrate an unrealistic view of genetically modified animals. However, the use of genetically modified animals can improve livestock farming practices, save endangered species, and can even lead to cures for human diseases. In Kevin Loria’s entertaining and informative blog post, The age of genetically engineered animals has arrived, Loria speaks to the benefits of genetically engineered animals with real-life examples, discusses bioethics, and highlights the Read More >

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This Independence Day, Let’s Thank the Inventors

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Happy Birthday AMERICA! That’s right, this Saturday is July 4. And yes, that means what you think it means. Prepare yourself for Facebook posts of your old college roommate in an American flag t-shirt, Instagrams from your sister who makes the world’s GREATEST potato salad and texts from your cousin about prime firework viewing in D.C. (Hint: Avoid the crowds and head to the Marine Corps War Memorial and Netherlands Carillion in Rosslyn – you Read More >

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