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Goodbye, For Now, to our Summer Intern

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Summer is winding down. Over the next few weeks, student will be returning to America’s college campuses to begin the Fall semester. For us here at BIO world headquarters, that means we are losing one particularly great intern. Kathryn “Kaylee” Mueller supported our Communications Department this summer, lending a hand in just about everything we do here. She has been a particularly prolific blogger. Kaylee is a rising junior majoring in biology at Dickinson College, Read More >

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Biotech Stocks: Perspective in a Bull Market

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Investors are increasingly interested in biotechnology based on scientific breakthroughs, an improved regulatory environment, strong earnings growth from large companies, and a more mature industry. Recent advancements in biotechnology are revolutionizing treatments and cures for many illnesses, creating new value for the healthcare system. In 2013, our understanding of how therapeutics can be used to harness the immune system to destroy cancer cells exploded with many companies reporting solid data in human testing. In 2014, Read More >

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Biobased Companies Take A Closer Look At Sustainability

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BIO and its member companies are constantly working together to help shift the world’s reliance on petroleum-based products to a reliance on biobased and greener products. In a recent piece by Chemical & Engineering News, Melody Bomgardner highlights BIO’s work with it’s member companies to create a more sustainable supply chain in effort create environmentally friendlier products for consumers. Here are some notable points from her piece: “Thanks to the emerging bioeconomy, renewable substances made from plants Read More >

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Will We Ever Have Genetically Modified Meat?

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Currently, there are no genetically engineered animals sold for human consumption on the market, reports Popular Science. As you might have guessed, the lack of genetically modified meat on the market isn’t because of a lack of technology or safety; it’s because of the politics. GM foods are deeply unpopular as of now, and GM food animals are especially so. After reading an article concerning GM animals from The Scientist showing how effective they can be, Read More >

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Bioeconomics: Everybody’s Doing It

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It is everywhere. In March, the US State Department held a one-day conference titled “Showcasing the Bioeconomy: The Future is Now”. That same month, the UK House of Lords published a report on the same topic. “Waste could be turned into wealth,” they said. In the past couple of weeks, Finland’s first national bioeconomy strategy was unveiled, while the Borneo Post reported that “The vast potentiality of bioeconomy has been regarded as one of the Read More >

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