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#BIOWC16 Plenary Program: Day 2

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Tuesday, April 19, 2016 marks Day 2 of the 13th Annual BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology! BIO has two great plenary programs scheduled for this day. The Breakfast Plenary Session, Developing a Renewable Chemical Value Chain in the Face of Low Fossil Fuel Prices, will discuss the latest advances in renewable chemicals, including innovative biological processes, new feedstock inputs, market development and how strategic partnerships are changing the renewable chemicals landscape. This panel will Read More >

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The National Kidney Foundation’s KEEP Healthy Screening Emphasizes Early Diagnosis

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In the United States, 1 in 9 Americans has kidney disease, and most don’t know it. The problem is particularly acute in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, where more than 700,000 people are affected, nearly 7,000 patients are on dialysis and more than 1,700 people are waiting for a life-saving kidney transplant. The National Kidney Foundation’s community-based initiative to educate about the kidneys, KEEP Healthy, aims to reduce those numbers by teaching participants to identify Read More >

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Vermont’s GMO Labeling Law: A Farmers Perspective

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In a recent piece, Vermont Dairy Farmer Joanna Lidback offers insight into the economic consequences of mandatory GMO labeling in her home state. Lidback looks at the consequences farmers, food producers, and families in Vermont and across the country face as more companies are forced to comply with the new law. Posted on the Iowa Farm Bureau site page, Joanna Lidback discusses how Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law will burden food insecure families, create a confusing patchwork of Read More >

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#BIOWC16 Plenary Program: Day 1

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Executives, thought leaders, and government  officials will discuss applications in space, biofuels, and the renewable chemical landscape during plenary programs at BIO’s 13th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology.  This year’s event will be held April 17-20, 2016 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA! On Monday, April 18, 2016, BIO will be hosting two plenary programs. The Lunch Plenary Session is titled Outer Space: The Next Biotech Frontier (Panel Discussion) & Presentation of the Read More >

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Voting is now open for the Future Makers of Biotech!

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Imagine for a moment, a world free of disease, hunger, or threats to our environment. A future in which anything is possible, and our only limitation is the extent of our creativity and our passion to change the world. For the thousands of innovative treatments and scientific advancements we have today, there were believers who overcame enormous obstacles to make the world a little better for all of us. We call these individuals “future makers” Read More >

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