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Medical Research from Mars Can Fail Patients from Venus

Historically, federal dollars inadvertently flowed to medical research with a disproportionate focus on men’s health. …

Innovative Policies Drive the Biobased Economy

This year not only marks the 25th anniversary of BIO, but this year we also …

My Pledge at World Congress: BIO Will Lead on Gene Editing

This year marks the 15th anniversary of BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, as well …

Rob Reiner on Addiction

“Being Charlie,” a film that educates audiences about the realities of opioid addiction and sheds …

#MakeHistory: Highlighting History | Hong Kong’s New Listing Regime

Recent announcements that the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) plans to allow the listing of …

Innovation (at Home and in the Lab) Can Reduce Your Heart-Attack Risk

Over the last decade, I’ve become increasingly conscious of maintaining my cardiovascular health, making dietary …

Cancer Surpasses Malaria as Top Public Health Threat in Africa

Africa is known for its diverse cultures, expansive landscapes, dramatic coastlines, luscious forests and exotic …

“A Transformative Year in Medicine”

2017 will be remembered as an exciting year for biopharmaceutical innovation. Not only did we …

New Data Reaffirms Positive Trend in Prescription Drug Spending

Earlier this year, BIO launched DrugCostFacts.org to help explain how our drug cost ecosystem works …

Coming this Fall: Arctic Non-browning Apples

In a time of global famine and food insecurity here in the United States, I …