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GM Hens Could Save an Entire Species

“Researchers at the Roslin Institute have genetically modified chickens who act as surrogates to lay …

2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit Day Two Highlights

Day #2 Session topics specifically focused on Poverty Reduction & Food Security and Biotech & Biodiversity. BIO concluded …

A Look into the 2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit

September 21-23, 2016 at the Bethesda Marriott.  With the 2016 Animal Biotech Summit just around …

Animal Agriculture: An Industry Striving for Perfection and Committed to Continuous Improvement

I have always been a perfectionist when it comes to my work, so it’s no …

Strong U.S. Government “One Health” Coordination

An element to improving human, animal, and environmental health The concept of “One Health” recognizes …

Transgenic Mosquito Ready to Join War on Zika Virus

A number of media outlets are reporting on the mosquito-borne Zika virus and how concern …

South Dakota Leads the Way in Livestock Agriculture!

The Rapid City Journal recently published a noteworthy editorial by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard highlighting …

“Approval of Foods from Genetically Modified Animals is Unjustifiably Slow”

The Los Angeles Times reported on concerns within the U.S. animal biotech industry and the …

Livestock Biotech Summit Draws International Crowd

On September 19, BIO’s Livestock Biotech Summit kicked off with an international flair. Eleven countries are represented …