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Caitlin Kennedy

Caitlin Kennedy is a Manager in BIO’s Communications Department. She is a long-time native of the Washington, D.C. area and has worked at BIO since 2009.

Caitlin graduated the University of Delaware, where she studied Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Veterinary Medicine. Caitlin has worked at such organizations as The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Communications and Quinn, Gillespie & Associates, Public Affairs.

What Caitlin likes best about BIO is working to bring awareness to the most recent and innovative therapies that can help save the lives of patients while bringing down the costs of health care.

She spends her free time working out to Shaun T’s Fitness DVDs, enjoying Jonah Hill’s authoritative guidance in the epicurean delights, and going on adventures with her dogs Murphy and Seamus.

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NexSteppe Inc. CEO Selected to Receive the 2016 BIO Rosalind Franklin Award


President and CEO of NexSteppe, Anna Rath, has been selected by a committee of her peers to be the recipient of the 2016 BIO Rosalind Franklin Award. The Rosalind Franklin Award was established by BIO to honor an outstanding woman in the field of industrial biotechnology. “I’m extremely honored to be chosen for this award and flattered by the extraordinary company of former award winners,” said Rath. “NexSteppe is committed to enabling the bioeconomy by providing Read More >

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#BIOWC16 Exhibition Hall to Feature NSF SBIR Companies


BIO’s partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF) will feature Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded early-stage industrial biotech companies at BIO’s 13thAnnual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology.  This year’s conference will be held April 17-20, 2016 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA. “BIO and NSF have established a great public/private partnership, which first debuted at the 2013 BIO Investor Forum and will now be showcased at the 2016 BIO World Congress on Read More >

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#BIOWC16 Plenary Program: Day 3!

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BIO will concluded its 13th Annual BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology on Wednesday, April 20, 2016! The final plenary program, Market Growth for Biobased Products in the Consumer Marketplace, will showcase companies working to develop technologies that make industrial processes and products more eco-efficient. Technology developers are teaming up with consumer products companies to de-risk and scale up biobased products. From novel food ingredients, to packaging, to biobased car parts, panelists will highlight recent biobased innovations, and discuss how Read More >

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#BIOWC16 Plenary Program: Day 2

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Tuesday, April 19, 2016 marks Day 2 of the 13th Annual BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology! BIO has two great plenary programs scheduled for this day. The Breakfast Plenary Session, Developing a Renewable Chemical Value Chain in the Face of Low Fossil Fuel Prices, will discuss the latest advances in renewable chemicals, including innovative biological processes, new feedstock inputs, market development and how strategic partnerships are changing the renewable chemicals landscape. This panel will Read More >

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Vermont’s GMO Labeling Law: A Farmers Perspective


In a recent piece, Vermont Dairy Farmer Joanna Lidback offers insight into the economic consequences of mandatory GMO labeling in her home state. Lidback looks at the consequences farmers, food producers, and families in Vermont and across the country face as more companies are forced to comply with the new law. Posted on the Iowa Farm Bureau site page, Joanna Lidback discusses how Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law will burden food insecure families, create a confusing patchwork of Read More >

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