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Climbing the Same Mountain: How Rare Disease Day Has Changed Our World

Rare Disease Day has a short history in the arena of national awareness events. It’s …

One Vision for Rare Diseases

Diagnosis Day a.k.a Ground Zero My son, Jonah, was diagnosed with Sanfilippo Syndrome type C …

Biosynthetic Technologies: Advancing a First-Commercial Renewable Chemical Project

The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently expanded its flagship “9003” loan guarantee program to include …

WHO Supports Male Assassins to Target Female Mosquitoes Spreading Zika Virus

The race is on to better understand, diagnose and prevent Zika virus. The World Health …

Is Food and Farming Viewed in a Natural Light?

When I stop to take a breath and step back before grading the current state …

Jim Greenwood on "Time is Precious"

Jim Greenwood, President & CEO, Biotechnology Innovation Organization discusses the organizations new campaign, Time is …

Soda Cans and Pesticides

This past weekend I took my entire family and a friend and her mom to …

WSJ: “You can’t make medical progress by punishing medical advances.”

Check out today’s Wall Street Journal Editorial, highlighting why you can’t make medical progress by …

Registration Opens for April 2016 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology in San Diego

On Tuesday, January 26, 2016, BIO officially opened registration for the 2016 World Congress on Industrial …

Combating Climate Change – Biotechnology Is In On It

At the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris in December 2015, countries agreed that climate change is …