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Poster Session at BIO’s World Congress Showcases Cutting Edge Research

BIO’s 10th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology taking place this June in Montreal will feature …

All I Want for Christmas is Jobs and National Security

The U.S. military is making strides toward reducing its dependence on foreign oil by increasing …

Flight Flies on 100 Percent Biofuels

This week saw the first-ever completely biofuel-powered flight take place. The National Research Council of …

Renewable Chemicals Helping to Build the Biobased Economy

“The future is now and it is here,” said Pramod Chaudhari, executive chairman of Praj …

The Synthetic Biology Pathway to Innovation in Fuels and Chemicals

Rob Carlson a principle at Biodesic, an engineering, consulting, and design firm in Seattle moderated …

Flying Green: Spotlight on Aviation Biofuels

BIO’s Pacific Rim Summit on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy kicked off it’s Thursday programming with …

“Approval of Foods from Genetically Modified Animals is Unjustifiably Slow”

The Los Angeles Times reported on concerns within the U.S. animal biotech industry and the …

BIO’s Pacific Rim Summit to Focus on Building the Biobased Economy

BIO’s 2012 Pacific Rim Summit on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy comes to Vancouver, Canada next …

Opportunities in Agriculture

Dr. Jon Hagler, the Missouri Director of Agriculture, spoke recently at BIO’s Livestock Biotech Summit …

Playing Politics: Political Pitfalls for Animal Biotechnology

This year’s BIO Livestock Biotech Summit featured a session called Political Pitfalls for Animal Biotechnology. …