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Imagine How Much Faster We Could Address Emerging Infections Like Zika and Dengue If We Worked Even ...

In just a few months, Brazil will host the 2016 Olympics, the most competitive global …

BIO Releases Largest Study Ever on Clinical Development Success Rates

On Wednesday, BIO released the largest ever study of clinical development success rates. The study, conducted in …

A Closer Look at AHIP’s Claims

This morning, in a letter to the editor of the New York Times, Marilyn Tavenner, …

Food Waste: Can Biotech Play a Role?

“40% of food grown in U.S. is wasted.” – House Ag Commitee Chairman Conaway On Wednesday, …

Incentivizing Exponential Approaches to Energy and Climate

Biotech may be the 21st century’s greatest opportunity. Climate change and energy transformation may be …

BIO 2016 Patient Pavilion Snapshot: Alpha-1 Project

Every year, the BIO International Convention brings together stakeholders from the health care community to …

Science Committee Hearing Examines the “Science of Zika”

From yellow fever, to dengue fever, to Nile Virus – humans are constantly under siege …

Developing Cost Competitive Biobased Aromatics

More and more consumers are demanding sustainable plastics and greener personal and household care products. In …

GMO Answers: How One Farmer Decides Which Seeds are Best for His Farm

When it comes to GMOs, you’ll hear a lot of arguments about why they are …

IP Sessions at BIO 2016--Come Join us in San Francisco!

That’s right, we’re back at it again! This year’s BIO International Convention will host several innovative …