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Monday Items for #BIO2012 Business Forum

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Happy Monday Everyone! We thought we would do a quick post on some important items concerning the BIO Business Forum and One-on-One Partnering. The Profile Publication Deadline is May 22nd. Why is this important? For one, if you have not published your profile, companies just have a harder time finding you. Make it easy for them. Fill out your keywords; provide as much detail in the assets/products/services categories as possible; Publish and Save! Second, publishing Read More >

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Mayo v. Prometheus: Thought Leaders Express Concern and Evaluate the Impact

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The Mayo v. Prometheus event hosted at George Washington School of Law with the Biotechnology Industry Organization created an opportunity for a panel of thought leaders to distill meaning from the case, the impact on personalized medicine, and possible solutions to the Court created problem.* Is the decision a game-changer? Judge Paul R. Michel, former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handling patent cases, concluded that the Mayo v. Prometheus Read More >

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Greenwood Tells House Ag Subcommittee: Farm Bill Energy Programs Are Working

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The Subcommittee on Conservation, Energy, and Forestry held its final hearing today on the 2012 Farm Bill. Testimony focused on Formulation of the 2012 Farm Bill: Energy and Forestry Programs. BIO’s President & CEO Jim Greenwood joined the panel testifying about Farm Bill energy programs along with Ryan Stroschein, Agriculture Energy Coalition; Steve Reinford, Reinford Farms Inc.; Jerry Taylor, MFA Oil; and Gary Haer, National Biodiesel Board. “Farm Bill energy programs are working and BIO Read More >

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May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month

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Celiac disease is one of the most common autoimmune conditions in the U.S. but frequently goes undiagnosed.  The cause is currently unknown and it can develop at any point in life.  People who have a relative with the disease are more likely to develop it, and women are more likely than men to have it. When people with celiac disease eat food with gluten, their immune system reacts by damaging areas of the lining of Read More >

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Why Biotech Food Labeling Is Met with Resistance

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In recent weeks, there’s been a lot of new discussion around the biotech labeling debate.  On May 10, the International Food Information Council (IFIC) released its latest “Consumer Perceptions of Food Technology” survey, which showed that very few Americans cite biotechnology as an information need on food labels. Earlier this month, the California Right to Know initiative announced at various rallies held around the state that it had collected the prerequisite number of signatures to Read More >

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