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How Gene-Edited Sugarcane Could Reduce Society’s Environmental Footprint

Australia’s University of Queensland is currently conducting research on how gene editing could tailor sugarcane …

National Pork Producers Council President: Don’t Strangle Promising Technology With Red Tape

In a recent op-ed, National Pork Producers Council President Jim Heimerl highlighted the benefits of gene …

From Anti-Venoms to Fertilizers, the Immense Potential for Microbes and Gene-Editing

Microbes, or microscopic organisms, are being used today to combat diseases, improve sustainability, provide consumers …

Pro-GMO Chocolate Brand Shares How GMOs Are Saving Some of World’s Most Cherished Foods

Just one week before Valentine’s Day, a unique brand of chocolate bars called Ethos Chocolate …

Could This Biotechnology Innovation Help Combat Climate Change?

Scientists and researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, which is in California, are …

Meet Kallyope’s Nancy Thornberry, Fireside Chat Speaker at #BIOCEO19

Biotech startups come in all shapes, sizes and approaches but have one thing in common: …

Trump Administration Should Remain Steadfast in Pushing China Towards Structural Reforms

As part of the 90-day trade negotiations between the United States and China, today Chinese …

New Study Suggests Those Extremely Opposed to GMOs Know the Least About GMOs

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can provide real solutions to some of our most pressing challenges. …

Using Biotechnology to Tackle Deadly Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

Every year, nearly a million deaths are attributed to mosquito-borne illnesses and 500 million people …

Boston Globe: Need for High-Tech Food and Policies to Match Undeniable

Last June, BIO hosted its 2018 International Convention in Boston. The week-long conference featured countless discussions related to …