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Welcome to San Diego!

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Welcome to the 2014 BIO International Convention. It has been an exciting and important year for our industry. Since we last met, we have seen record IPOs, important new approvals, exciting scientific advances and hard fought policy victories in Washington, DC and the states. But we all know that accomplishments don’t just happen by luck. They are the result of decades of hard work, long hours and repeated setbacks. So while it’s important to celebrate Read More >

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2014 BIO World Congress: Policy Affecting Advanced Biofuels & Renewable Chemicals

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The 2014 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology kicked off with a much needed policy discussion on the issues facing the industrial biotechnology industry. The exclusive Pre-conference Workshop was called “U.S. Policy Outlook: From the RFS to Tax Reform to Farm Bill Implementation – What Lies Ahead for Advance Biofuels and Renewable Chemicals?”. U.S. advanced biofuels and renewable chemical companies have invested nearly $6 billion over the past 5 years to research and develop projects Read More >

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BIO Announces a Special Preconference Workshop: Outlook on Federal Policy

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BIO President & CEO James Greenwood to moderate panel discussion with biotech companies  Recent passage of the Farm Bill, uncertainty about tax reform and potential changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), are all issues that could impact future growth of the industrial biotechnology sector. These issues and more will be discussed during BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology’s pre-conference Workshop, “U.S. Policy Outlook: From the RFS to Tax Reform to Farm Bill Implementation – Read More >

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President Obama Endorses Ag Biotech

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In an April 11 letter to Julie Borlaug, President Obama wrote about how pleased he was to join in the celebration of her grandfather, Norman Borlaug, and his life and passion for feeding the hungry through biotechnology. Through ag biotech, Norman Borlaug, known as the “Father of the Green Revolution,” made it his life’s work to eradicate world hunger and was recently recognized posthumously for his contributions to the field. Sara Wyant of Agri-Pulse highlighted President’s Obama’s remarks to Read More >

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Stable Policy Can Help Assure Unwavering Investment in U.S. Biofuels

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The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is a unique federal policy that has, just as its bipartisan supporters intended, spurred major domestic and international investment in US biofuels production and it is essential to maintaining a growing market for second generation biofuels. That growing market helps attract investment to advanced biofuel companies who are trying to expand their infrastructure, scale up their production line, and improve their technology foundation. Unfortunately, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recent Read More >

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