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New York Times Reveals True Motives For Hawaii’s GMO Ban

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Making front page news, the New York Times on January 4, 2014 ran an in-depth and well-researched piece by Amy Harmon on the long-running legislative battle in Hawaii over genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The article titled “A Lonely Quest for Facts on Genetically Modified Crops,” details how Councilman Greggor Ilagan saw beyond the false unscientific claims of the anti-GMO activists and voted against a ban on cultivation of GMOs. Harmon describes Ilagan’s tireless efforts to Read More >

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Patently Biotech’s Top Articles of 2013

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Intellectual property featured prominently in 2013’s public discourse. Gene patents, patent trolls, India’s anti-patent actions, and other developments around the world captured headlines. Here are Patently Biotech’s top blog posts written in 2013 by number of views. 1.   Myriad Supreme Court Decision: BIO’s Statement 2.  Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished 3.  What a Patent is Not 4.  Gene Patents, Angelina Jolie, and Reality 5.  What OxyContin Tells Us About Read More >

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Universities Express Concerns About Recently Passed House “Innovation Act”

Earlier this month, the House passed the Innovation Act (H.R. 3309), which seeks to address abuses of the U.S. patent litigation system. While the goal is commendable, the bill is overly broad in important respects and if enacted into law would produce unintended and unknowable consequences for innovators who rely on the patent system to fund and protect their inventions. The U.S. Senate is now developing similar legislation, the Patent Transparency and Improvement Act of Read More >

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2013 Biotechnology Holiday Gift Ideas

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Welcome to this year’s BIOtechNOW Gift Guide – our most loved biotechnology gift ideas from 2013 and beyond. Here you’ll find gifts that promote women in the sciences, interesting biotech books, and, of course, a few gifts inspired by some of our very first biotech inventions! So whether you’re looking for a last-minute gift idea or a way to blow part of that holiday bonus consider this your guide to yuletide biotech bliss! Add your Read More >

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Moms Urged to Subscribe to the ‘Precautionary Principle’ on GMOs

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“Rather than falling for these tactics, women should take a reasoned look at the facts behind biotechnology and the cost and consequences of the policies activists advance.” – Julie Gunlock BIO wanted to bring attention to a wonderful piece in the National Review Online, titled Biotech’s Mommy Issue: Women are targeted by anti-GMO activists but deserve to know the truth. Julie Gunlock notably blogs on how advertisers and marketing experts push the anti-GMO agenda by Read More >

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