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Industry Growth Factor: Biologics

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Last week, EvaluatePharma released their updated sales and R&D outlook for the drug industry in their report “World Preview 2013, Outlook to 2018”. Among the 37 pages of data, one central take home message was that growth will return to the sector after a small dip in 2012. Behind this predicted comeback in sales growth is the rise of biologics products that continue to gain a larger percentage of total revenue. Consider the data below taken from Read More >

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President Obama Talks Climate Change: “We need to act”

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On the steps of Georgetown University Tuesday, President Obama announced his multi-step plan to fight climate change and called the American people to action. The President began his speech by citing facts and examples of climate change that have already been witnessed across this nation. In 2012 alone, climate and weather disasters, which stem from our warming planet, cost the American economy more than $100 billion. Left unmitigated, global warming will continue to cause increasingly Read More >

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World Food Prize Honors Ag Biotech Pioneers

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A trio of scientists specializing in agricultural biotechnology will receive the 2013 World Food Prize, Secretary of State John Kerry announced today. Mary-Dell Chilton, Robert T. Fraley and Marc Van Montagu, all pioneers in the science of agricultural biotechnology, have helped lead a global agricultural transformation through scientific research and advocacy for modern farming practices. “These individuals have dedicated their lives to scientific discovery and feeding the world,” said BIO president and CEO Jim Greenwood.  Read More >

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More Junk Science: Is the Carman Pig Study “Seralini 2.0”?

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A new pig feeding study authored by Australian researcher Judy Carman, and Maurice, Iowa farmer Howard Vlieger, claims that pigs fed genetically modified (GM) corn and genetically modified (GM) soybean meal showed increased incidence stomach inflammation.  This study was authored by two veteran anti-biotech campaigners, Judy Carman and Howard Vlieger, and was published in an obscure online journal financed by the organic industry.  It reaches conclusions that are diametrically opposed to the great preponderance of Read More >

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State of the Biotech Industry: Burrill’s Biotech 2013 Report

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To open his Super Session at the 2013 BIO International Convention, G. Steven Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Company, injected some humor for the hundreds of attendees in the audience, saying after 45 years in the biotech industry, 27 years authoring the Burrill State-of-the-Industry Report and 20 years of presenting the report at Convention, he was determined to get through 228 slides in 90 minutes. And, he delivered, providing a comprehensive snapshot of the industry Read More >

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