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Why Biotech Food Labeling Is Met with Resistance

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In recent weeks, there’s been a lot of new discussion around the biotech labeling debate.  On May 10, the International Food Information Council (IFIC) released its latest “Consumer Perceptions of Food Technology” survey, which showed that very few Americans cite biotechnology as an information need on food labels. Earlier this month, the California Right to Know initiative announced at various rallies held around the state that it had collected the prerequisite number of signatures to Read More >

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The Life Sciences Foundation – Telling the Story of Biotechnology

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By the Life Sciences Foundation “If a man were permitted to make all the ballads, he need not care who should make the laws of a nation.” – Scottish politician Andrew Fletcher (1653-1716) Why History Matters Biotechnologists are in the tomorrow business. They strive to innovate, invent, and make progress. They must; survival depends on it. Biotechnologists are future-oriented. Yet, biotechnologists are also steeped in history. They swim in the past, and strive constantly to Read More >

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Biofuels Digest Measures Bioenergy Business Outlook

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Biofuels Digest and BIO launched the 2012 Q1 Bioenergy Business Outlook Survey. In the last survey, Biofuels Digest reported that 79 percent of bioenergy executives are more optimistic both about their organization’s prospects for growth and industry growth, than 12 months prior. Bioenergy, biofuel and biotech executives are invited to participate in the survey. Overall, the survey painted a picture of an industry that is expecting to grow at nearly triple the growth rate of Read More >

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Does Biotech History Repeat?

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According to Mark Twain, “History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme”. Little did he know that one day that would hold true for something called “Biotech”. Indeed, there seems to be a lot of rhyming going on with Biotech IPOs today with recent history. When we compare the accumulated number of IPOs in the last IPO window (2003-2007) with the current window (2009-now), we see an amazing overlay. Not identical, but not too far from it. Read More >

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Programming Updates to the 2012 BIO International Convention

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With Convention less than four months away, things are quickly falling in to place with several programming updates to note! A total of 115 breakout sessions have been confirmed and scheduled, including 18 international case studies.  Session organizers are currently finalizing speakers.  All session descriptions and confirmed speakers are available on myBIO. Even after all of the session submissions work, we asked for more session ideas! We recently completed a call for “Late-Breaking” sessions in Read More >

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