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ICYMI: The Biobased Economy After Trump

Brent Erickson, Executive Vice President of the Industrial and Environmental Section at BIO, recently contributed …

Can GMOs Save the Wild American Chestnut Tree?

As we conclude the Thanksgiving holiday and head into the season of Christmas, it’s important …

Let's Be Thankful for Honeybees!

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you’re probably starting to think about some of your …

With an Eye on Hunger, Scientists See Promise in Genetic Tinkering of Plants

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, it’s important to remember that not everyone will …

The Halloween Folklore Around Sugar from GM Sugarbeets

Everyone loves sugar! According to the USDA, global sugar consumption for 2016/17 is forecast at …

Banning GMOs in N.Y. School Lunches Carries a Price

Dr. W. Lesser, Susan E. Lynch Professor in Science and Business at the Dyson School of …

World Food Day 2016: “Climate is Changing. Food and Agriculture Must Too.”

On October 16, 1945, 42 countries assembled in Quebec, Canada, to create the Food and …

Should We Bring Extinct Species Back From the Dead?

For decades the notion of “de-extinction” hovered on the scientific fringes, Science‘s David Schultz stated in his …

2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit Day Two Highlights

Day #2 Session topics specifically focused on Poverty Reduction & Food Security and Biotech & Biodiversity. BIO concluded …

2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit Day One Highlights

BIO concluded its 2016 Animal Biotech Summit on Friday, September 23, 2016. BIO chose “One Health” …