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Opportunity Costs

The Washington Post this week reported on a carbon-credit proposal being put forward by Ecuador …

Already Looking Ahead to BIO 2010 in Chicago

The whirlwind of the BIO 2009 International Convention has come to a close. For the …

More Indirect Effects from Oil

In the California Air Resources Board (ARB) hearing on the Low Carbon Fuel Standard, the …

Bloggers Cover IP at the 2009 International Convention

Both Patent Baristas and Patent Docs wrote up some great analyses of the ip sessions …

CONVENTION UPDATE: GE Animals Challenges and Solutions

By Val Giddings The emerging field of genetically engineered (GE) animals faces challenges and opportunities …

CONVENTION UPDATE: Agricultural Biotechnology – Providing Economic and Environmental Benefits

By Michael J. Phillips Further evidence was provided at BIO 2009 on the many benefits …

CONVENTION UPDATE: Agricultural Biotechnology – Improving Farmers’ Lives

By Michael J. Phillips At the BIO Internationa Convention, this session featured three farmers from …

Podcast: Jim Greenwood Gives State of the Industry Address at BIO 2009 in Atlanta

My fellow biotech industry workers… Jim Greenwood told the 12,000 to 15,000 attendees of the …

For U.S. Healthcare Reform and Global Health Crises, Both Public and Private Efforts Needed

How can we address health needs in both the United States and developing countries at …

CONVENTION UPDATE: GLEANING PROFITS FROM DROUGHT-SMITTEN FIELDS

The Value Proposition for Next-Generation Energy Crops:  Value Chain and Business Model Considerations By Val …