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Global Carbon Project Reports 2018 Record Year for Carbon Emissions. Airlines Look To Change That

In a trio of scientific papers released by the Global Carbon Project at a climate summit in …

Boston Globe: Need for High-Tech Food and Policies to Match Undeniable

Last June, BIO hosted its 2018 International Convention in Boston. The week-long conference featured countless discussions related to …

Innovations in Biotechnology to Save the Climate

Editor’s Note: As part of BIO’s 25th Anniversary celebration we will be spotlighting biotechnology innovations that have made …

2019 Will Bring New, Healthier Foods. All Thanks to Gene Editing

Starting in 2019, shoppers will be able to buy products such as salad dressings and …

#BIOWC19 | BIO Now Accepting Proposals for New Programming at 2019 World Congress in Des Moines

When writing about the mid-western region of the United States – states whose borders help …

Lame Duck Is Now in Session; Time to Fund Farm Bill's Energy Title Programs

The Farm Bill’s energy title programs provide significant support to the companies and manufacturers that …

Through International Support, U.S. Has Opportunity to Align Own Agencies on Precision Biotech

On Friday, November 2, the U.S. government joined 12 other nations in supporting policies that …

CDC Issues Risk Advisory on Dressing Chickens For Halloween, Biotech Chickens May Help

What do chickens have to do with Halloween? Well, according the Centers for Disease Control …

#WorldFoodDay | Biotechnology to Feed the World

Every October 16th the world celebrates World Food Day, honoring the founding of the Food …

Organic Farming with Gene Editing: Oxymoron or Tool for Sustainable Agriculture?

A University of California, Berkeley professor stands at the front of the room, delivering her …