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Ag Biotech at BIO’s International Convention: Telling Your Story

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The Food and Agriculture track sessions at the 2015 BIO International Convention kicked off on the morning of Tuesday, June 16, with a series of dynamic speakers and enlightening sessions. BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood got things started introducing South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard, BIO’s first Food and Ag Governor of the Year.  Governor Daugaard was recognized by BIO last September for his leadership and commitment to strengthening the agricultural and livestock biotechnology industries Read More >

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Spotlight on Food and Ag Events at BIO 2015

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If you are attending the BIO International Convention and have a particular interest in food and agriculture biotechnology, mark your calendars for Tuesday, June 19 because this day is filled with amazing food and ag events. BIO 2015 offers four Track Sessions which cover key conversations involving the industry such as communication techniques, science and research, legal perspectives, and the international state of the industry. Our honored speakers at these sessions will give viewers a glimpse Read More >

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6 Days Until BIO 2015: Spotlight on Industrial & Environmental Biotech

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Industrial biotechnology is paving the way for consumers to have access to sustainable products, environmentally friendlier cleaners and greener personal care items. During the 2015 BIO International Convention, attendees will be able to listen in on four astounding breakout sessions that exemplify how this industry is transforming our economy into a sustainable bioeconomy. Our prestigious speakers and panel members will discuss the innovation, the innovators, and the finance required for propelling this industry. So mark Read More >

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Genetic Engineering Helps Plants Survive In Drought

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The Sacramento Bee ran a timely op-ed about how technology can help farmers deal with environmental challenges such as drought. The author is Ted Sheely, a family farmer from Lemoore who grows cotton, tomatoes, wheat, pistachios, wine grapes and garlic. Sheely has been honored by the California Water Policy Conference with the Innovative Water Conservation Award: In this time of unprecedented drought, much attention has been focused on the use of water for farms to Read More >

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Faith in GMOs

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Religious sects across the world chime in on many issues involving science, religious freedoms, medicine and much more. However, many don’t realize that religious institutions and scholars have also weighed in on the debate around genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and this religious debate is just as important as it is in politics. Vice News author Matt Smith discusses each religion’s current stance on biotech crops in an article titled Here’s What Religious Experts Have to Read More >

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