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Leveraging the power of partnerships

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The world is an interconnected and interdependent place socially, economically, and environmentally. Not only is our global society becoming increasingly interconnected through the spread of technology, but we are becoming tightly intertwined both through the spread of diseases and the global partnerships established to combat them. The term neighbor has an evolving definition. Consequently, it is important we all adapt to the changing environment and look beyond our traditional encumbrances towards emerging opportunities to share Read More >

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Keeping Farms Sustainable With GMO Crops

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It’s crucial for farmers and ranchers to be able to incorporate technology on their farm to improve sustainable food production. GMOs allow farmers to fight insects and weeds more effectively and to enhance soil health. To third generation Minnesota farmer, Gene Stoel, there is nothing more important than the legacy of leaving his land in better condition for his children. Since 1990, Gene has been farming GMO corn and soybeans, which have reduced his farm’s Read More >

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Informed Perspectives: A Preview of the Personalized Medicine & Diagnostics Track

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The Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) has a long history of delivering impactful educational sessions about personalized medicine, and PMC is pleased to collaborate with BIO again this year to put together a Personalized Medicine & Diagnostics Track at the BIO International Convention. Touching on a variety of topics that include clinical care, investment and public policy reform, the three-day program promises to deliver informed perspectives on the field’s current direction: Tuesday, June 7 Titled “30 Read More >

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Ambassador Darci Vetter to Keynote Food and Ag Track at 2016 BIO International Convention

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Ambassador Darci Vetter, Chief Agricultural Negotiator of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, will deliver the keynote address during the Food and Agriculture track at the 2016 BIO International Convention.   As the Chief Agriculture Negotiator, Ambassador Vetter is responsible for bilateral and multilateral negotiations and policy coordination regarding agricultural trade. Prior to her current appointment, Ambassador Vetter served as the Deputy Under Secretary at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) where she oversaw the Read More >

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Imagine How Much Faster We Could Address Emerging Infections Like Zika and Dengue If We Worked Even Better Together

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In just a few months, Brazil will host the 2016 Olympics, the most competitive global athletic event of the year.  But another important race for the people of that country–and millions more around the world–has already begun.  BIO members and others across the public health community are aiming to break vaccine development records to find solutions for unpredictable diseases like Zika and dengue.  Both produce a devastating impact on tropical and subtropical countries like Brazil, Read More >

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