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Biotechnology Helps Meet Consumer Demand for Earth-Friendly Products

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Industrial biotechnology has its roots in cleaning up environmental hazards. In fact, the first patented genetically engineered microbe was designed to clean up oil spills. Today, biotechnology enables manufacturers to make sustainable products with renewable material, instead of oil, and to use less energy in the manufacturing process A recent Roundtable discussion hosted by the Industrial Biotechnology Journal and printed in its April edition features academic experts and executives from industrial biotechnology and consumer product Read More >

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It’s Earth Day 2013 Modern Farming Raises the Bar

Today, as thousands of attendees assemble for the 2013 BIO International Convention, the world celebrates Earth Day. This is fitting as biotechnology in agriculture has helped to revolutionize farming and make it more environmentally friendly. Not only are the world’s farmers producing more food than ever before, they’re able to do it in ways that conserve water, preserve soil nutrients, lessen the need for pesticide applications and reduce carbon emissions. Reducing Emissions No-till or low-till Read More >

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Patients are the Missing Link in R&D

Elias Zerhouni

An architect does not wait until construction begins to show clients a blueprint. Neither does a caterer prepare a banquet meal without consulting first with the host. In biopharmaceutical science, however, for too long we have developed medicines without engaging patients early on and throughout the process. If scientific innovation is to truly be innovative, we need to be more interested in the people our products will help. We need to rethink innovation. The model we’ve used in healthcare Read More >

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Welcome to Chicago, a City with Something for Everyone

Anna Protopapas

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Chicago for the 2013 BIO International Convention. Chicago is one of the world’s most vibrant and sophisticated cities and has a wealth of things to see and do. Here are some of the things I like to do when I’m in town. Our iconic sites If you only have time to do one thing while in town, I recommend a trip to Millennium Park, the city’s 25-acre Read More >

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Your Social Media Guide to #BIO2013

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The BIO International Convention is the largest global event for the biotechnology industry; it attracts the biggest names in biotech and offers key networking and partnering opportunities. The event is also a great opportunity to connect with the online biotech community and we’re ramping up our social media efforts for the 2013 BIO International Convention, beginning on Monday, April 22 in Chicago. If you’d like to join the online conversation, here are some tips, tricks, Read More >

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