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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 …

#FlashFriday: Super Bowl Edition

In 2002, the New England Patriots, led by second year quarterback Tom Brady, faced off …

From Disease to Looming Food Crisis, Gene Editing Could Unlock Solutions to Our Greatest Problems

Today, celiac disease affects one in 100 people worldwide, and with no cure, the only …

Claims of Gene-Edited Twins Met with Criticism and Concern

As the Second International Summit on Human Genome Editing wraps in Hong Kong this week, breaking …

Innovations in Biotechnology to Save the Climate

Editor’s Note: As part of BIO’s 25th Anniversary celebration we will be spotlighting biotechnology innovations that have made …

Organic Farming with Gene Editing: Oxymoron or Tool for Sustainable Agriculture?

A University of California, Berkeley professor stands at the front of the room, delivering her …

Announcing BUZZ of BIO Winners for the 2018 BIO Investor Forum

BIO is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 BIO Investor Forum Buzz of BIO contest, which recognizes …

7 Crops That Could Benefit from CRISPR

Since CRISPR was first described in 2005, the gene editing technology’s potential impact on agriculture, human …

Vote for Gene Editing Panel at 2019 SXSW

Vote for “Gene Editing and The Future of Food and Agriculture” panel at the 2019 …

A New NAS Report Says Gene Editing is a "Breakthrough Opportunity"

There’s a huge opportunity to improve agriculture with gene editing. But we need to give …