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Biotech is Growing in Colorado

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Last month I posted a link to an interview featuring Colorado BioScience Association‘s (CBSA) Executive Vice President, April Giles. The interview briefly touched on some of the innovation happening in the state. Though, I was curious to know a bit more about CBSA’s effort to grow and support the industry. So, I was pleased when April kindly agreed to participate in a Q&A. Her answers below offer insight into critical elements of bioscience economic development Read More >

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BIO Applauds Boulder County Decision

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After much debate, Boulder County commissioners sided with science and voted to allow some biotech crops to be grown on county-owned land. Six farmers leasing the county land came forward in December 2008 seeking permission to plant herbicide tolerant sugarbeets. After more than two years of hearings, protests, studies, and debates, policy that includes a decision on GMOs was approved. “With our adoption of the Boulder County Cropland Policy on Dec. 20 we believe we Read More >

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