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Calling All San Francisco Lovers and Locals

We want to know: What are your favorite San Francisco restaurants, bars, attractions, hot spots and hidden gems? In preparation for the biotech industry’s decent on the Bay Area in June, we’re collecting and promoting local San Fran favorites to share with BIO International Convention attendees in our social media latest campaign #BioBayBest! Where are the best burgers in town? A park with a view of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge? The best espresso in Read More >

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“Why University-Industry Collaborations in Biotechnology Matter”

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Last week, GMO Answers published a piece on the GMO Answers Forbes blog by Anthony M. Boccanfuso, president of the University Industry Demonstration Partnership. The blog was is titled “Why University-Industry Collaborations in Biotechnology Matter” and provides an overview of university-industry collaborations and how they are creating innovation. “Collaboration encourages the transfer of university research findings into innovative products that can benefit society and stimulate economic growth.” – Boccanfuso Read here in its entirety Mr. Boccanfuso’s blog Why Read More >

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Registration Opens for April 2016 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology in San Diego

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On Tuesday, January 26, 2016, BIO officially opened registration for the 2016 World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. This year’s conference will be held April 17-20, 2016 in sunny Southern California at the San Diego Convention Center. The 2016 World Congress is the largest international industrial biotech event bringing together more than 1,200 leaders in advanced biofuels, biobased products and renewable chemicals. The conference will include 5 plenary session, 48 breakout sessions, networking sessions and special workshops. Attendees Read More >

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States Shouldn’t Undermine A Pathway to A Federal Solution to the GMO Disclosure Issue

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The year is not yet a month old but several state legislatures are already considering state GMO labeling bills. In Maine, the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry is holding a work session today on a pair of GMO labeling bills that carried over from 2015. On Tuesday, January 26th, the New Hampshire House Committee on Environment and Agriculture is holding a hearing on a GMO labeling bill that was introduced earlier this year. Meanwhile, Read More >

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United States Navy Achieves Renewable Energy Milestone

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Today, the U.S. Department of the Navy launched the first vessels of its Great Green Fleet (GGF) at the San Diego Naval Air Station North Island, Carrier Pier. The GGF centerpiece is a carrier strike group—including an aircraft carrier and Arleigh Burke-class destroyer—deploying using energy conservation technologies, operating procedures and alternative energy in the course of its regular scheduled deployment in 2016. In 2009, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced five energy targets that the Department will need to meet over the course Read More >

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