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What You Don’t Know About Partnering at BIO World Congress – Part 1

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That partnering has taken off at World Congress is the understatement of the year. Last year there were 1,400 one-on-one meetings at World Congress, which is more than twice as many as 2013. So why the uptick? The name of the game in industrial biotech is increasingly partnering. Most innovation in the field comes from small companies. If you don’t have what it takes to do everything – create the whole value chain – partnering Read More >

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Nominations Now Open for the BIO George Washington Carver Award for Innovation in Industrial Biotechnology

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Born into slavery, today George Washington Carver is an icon of American ingenuity. He worked to achieve a better life not only for himself but for all African Americans. A botanist and inventor, Carver’s research and promotion of alternative crops, such as peanuts, showed poor farmers how to increase their productivity and opportunities and improve their quality of life. He also developed and promoted more than 100 products made from peanuts and other crops that were useful for 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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Jennifer Holmgren Honored for Leadership – Presented BIO Rosalind Franklin Award

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Rosalind Franklin’s use of X-ray diffraction images led to the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in 1953. Her work was published alongside, but not recognized as a contributing factor to, Francis Crick’s and James Watson’s model of the structure of DNA. BIO’s 2015 Rosalind Franklin Award, sponsored by the Rosalind Franklin Society, is a way to honor Rosalind Franklin’s discoveries by awarding it to a woman who exemplifies her leadership and pioneering Read More >

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Synthetic Biology Products: Cost Competitive and Performance Driven

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The Monday morning BIO World Congress session, commanded an overcrowded and enthusiastic attendance, and one of the few times where presentations involved the importance of synthetic biology technology for the production of consumer products, which drew more attention than ever before. The session was kicked off by the CEO of Modular Genetics, Kevin Jarrell, who spoke about the production of glycinate an ultra-mild surfactant made by using engineered microorganism which converted underutilized agricultural waste material into useful renewable chemicals found Read More >

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