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Humans once opposed coffee and refrigeration; Why we often hate new stuff

Humans have a habit of stalling their own progress, writes Steven Overly for The Washington …

Emerging Opportunities in Global Markets: BIO Latin America

Market entry. Trade agreements. The regulatory and commercial environment. Innovation. Tactical strategies. The road map …

Why Soylent is “Proudly Made with GMOs”

Soylent, a Silicon Valley food startup with a cult following, proudly makes its meal-replacement beverages …

The AIDS Institute Recognizes World Hepatitis Day - Hepatitis Can Be Eliminated as a Public Health T...

The AIDS Institute is proud to support the World Health Organization’s World Hepatitis Day, and …

ITIF Reports on Economic and Innovative Opportunities from Brain R&D

Biotechnology is healing the world and saving lives on a daily basis by curing and …

Dolly’s Clones Turn 9 Years Old and Are “Perfectly Healthy”

The Washington Post ran an article July 26 by reporter Rachel Feltman on the offspring …

Not a Factory Farmer, a Family Farmer

Farming is no simple affair and Lawson Mozley wants you to see the personal dedication …

PhRMA & BIO release joint principles on communications with health care professionals and payers

We are in an era of data-driven medicine. Patients, caregivers, health care professionals and insurers …

Setting the Stage for PDUFA VI: Recap of Stakeholder Briefing

On July 15, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released the Prescription Drug …

Explore IFIC's "Future of Food" Blog Series

The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation is dedicated to the mission of effectively communicating science-based …