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Rare Disease Day 2014: Joining Together for Better Care

There are more than 6,000 different rare diseases affecting over 60 million people across Europe …

PA Bio Names State Official of the Year

Pennsylvania State Representative Warren Kampf was selected as the recipient Pennsylvania Bio’s 2013 State Official …

Grape Nuts and Cheerios Lost More than Just GMOs

FoodNavigator-USA’s Elaine Watson, recently published a much needed informational piece for consumers titled “Goodbye GMOs …

Benefits of GE Crops Highlighted in USDA Report

Farmer adoption of genetically engineered (GE) crops is associated with time savings, lower insecticide use, …

Special 301: BIO Highlights Challenges in India

BIO recently testified before the U.S. government on the intellectual property challenges our members face …

BioNJ Streamlines Clinical Trials Agreement Process

Biotechnology companies face monumental challenges – from containing R&D costs to managing sales and marketing …

Post-Con BIO CEO Company Snapshot: Immunovaccine

A few weeks ago, the BIO CEO & Investor Conference concluded in New York City. …

GMO Answers Piece "Random Thoughts etc"

The Lowdown on GMOs: According to Science, compiled by Fourat Janabi, features contributions by public …

Partnership for Part D Access Launches Today

BIO joins patient groups and other health care stakeholders today to announce the formation of …

Participate in the 11th Annual Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Report and Survey

Participate in the biopharmaceutical manufacturing industry’s most in-depth, global study: 11th Annual Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Report …