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FOX Business: BIO CEO Jim Greenwood Discusses State of the Industry


BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood recently appeared on Fox Business Risk & Reward with Deirdre Bolton to discuss the current state of the industry. Greenwood quickly debunked the “bubble” rumor by explaining the index continues to move up year over year and it is driven by strong science that results in strong returns and that increasing sophistication among investors allows them to more accurately assess company valuations than in the past. Further, Greenwood addressed Read More >

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IP Sessions at the 2015 BIO International Convention

BIO International Convention

This year’s BIO International Convention will be host to educational sessions on the latest issues in the biotech IP sector.  The world’s largest biotechnology gathering, the convention offers attendees the chance to come together to hear, discuss, and learn about current issues affecting the biotech community. Here’s a look at the Intellectual Property Track at this year’s convention: Sessions* Intellectual Property Opening Plenary Antibody Therapeutics: May I Have Them All? The Impact of USPTO Inter Read More >

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Industrial Biotechnology Journal Becomes the Official Publication for the BIO World Congress

BIO World Congress

Today, BIO announced that the Industrial Biotechnology (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers) Journal will become the official publication for the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. “BIO has succeeded in making the World Congress the foremost international conference on industrial biotechnology.  We have now achieved another milestone as the world’s premier publication on industrial biotechnology becomes the official journal of this conference,” said Brent Erickson, Executive Vice President, Industrial and Environmental at BIO. “BIO has had Read More >

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Was the Sweet Potato a Natural GMO?


NPR recently reported that the first genetically modified crop wasn’t made by a megacorporation or or a college scientist trying to design a more durable tomato. It was actually modified by nature. According to NPR, Scientists at the International Potato Center in Lima, Peru, have found genes from bacteria in 291 sweet potato varieties, including ones grown in the U.S., Indonesia, China, parts of South America and Africa. The findings suggest bacteria inserted the genes into Read More >

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10 Little-Known Ways Biotech Is Working To Improve Everyday Products


Most everyone knows that biotechnology produces cures and therapies for healthcare; but not everyone knows that biotechnology is also applied to products that are in every home. Specifically, industrial biotechnology uses enzymes and micro-organisms to make biobased products in sectors such as chemicals, food ingredients, detergents, paper, textiles and biofuels. Below are BIO’s 10 Little-Known Ways Biotech Is Working To Improve Everyday Products and learn more about how industrial biotechnology is improving the way we live. 1. Read More >

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