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The One-Sided Valentine to the Anti-GMO Movement

The Huffington Post recently posted a blog countering Newsweek‘s piece “Glyphosate Now the Most-Used Agricultural Chemical …

BIO Opens Nominations for Award Honoring an Outstanding Woman in Biotech

The Rosalind Franklin Award is given annually to an outstanding woman in the industrial biotechnology sector …

"Then Boundless Chestnut Woods," Thoreau

American chestnut trees are iconic image of American agriculture. Unfortunately, a terrible fungus has nearly …

Nominations Now Open for the BIO George Washington Carver Award for Innovation in Industrial Biotech...

Born into slavery, today George Washington Carver is an icon of American ingenuity. He worked …

United States Navy Achieves Renewable Energy Milestone

Today, the U.S. Department of the Navy launched the first vessels of its Great Green Fleet (GGF) at the …

CBS News Reports: "Food Fight Over GMOs"

On Sunday, January 17, 2016, CBS’s Barry Peterson reports on the ongoing food labeling debate …

Biofuel Groups Challenge EPA Rule on 2014-2016 Renewable Fuel Standards

On Friday, January 8th, 2016, BIO, along with the Americans for Clean Energy, American Coalition …

The March of Genetic Food Progress

You may already be familiar with Julie Kelly’s contributions to the Genetic Literacy Project but you may …

Is it Possible for Dragons to Exist Beyond Mythology?

The folklore of dragons continues to remain popular even in modern time. References to fire …

Let’s Take a Look Back at 2015: Industrial & Environmental

2015 was a year of challenges and accomplishments for the Industrial Biotechnology Industry. Several issues, …