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Orange You Glad We Have Biotech?

Down in the “Sunshine State,” Florida- grown citrus fruits are under attack—and biotechnology is their …

“Please Wait a Few Moments While Your Pill Prints”

Since the late 1980’s, innovators have dreamed of living in a world where science could …

Back to School: Are You and Your Loved Ones Up-To-Date on Vaccinations?

The back to school hustle slowly creeps up in August; but before you buy your …

Reflecting on July 2015: “The Ag Biotech Debate Was Front and Center”

Agri-Pulse recently published an op-ed titled “The Biotechnology Riddle” by Marshall Matz which outlined how …

Jeanne Haggerty Heads up BIO’s Fed Gov Team

BIO is proud to announce the promotion of Jeanne Haggerty to Senior Vice President for …

225th Anniversary of First U.S. Patent

225 years ago last Friday the first U.S. patent was issued to Samuel Hopkins for …

This Single Mutation That Makes Corn—Corn!

Corn has been a fundamental base crop for 10,000 years and we depend on it …

Let’s Thank the Innovators this World Hepatitis Day

In the United States alone there are 200,000 to 3 million cases of Hepatitis C …

6 Different Processes Used to Genetically Modify Crops

Generations can be defined by the advancements in science and technology. However, communicating the science …

Jennifer Holmgren Honored for Leadership - Presented BIO Rosalind Franklin Award

Rosalind Franklin’s use of X-ray diffraction images led to the discovery of the double helix …