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The Burrill Report: Pushing Policies in a Changed Washington

The Burrill Report’s Daniel Levine talks to BIO’s Alan Eisenberg regarding recent fluctuations in the financial markets and the impact on public policy. Eisenberg discusses implementation of BIO’s legislative proposals and the outlook for the industry. BIO will be hosting the BIO Investor Forum to bring together industry leaders to discuss these recent developments that could have a major influence in helping to shape the future of biotechnology.

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How to grow the economy and feed the world

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By Barbara Wells, President and CEO, ArborGen Chair, BIO Food and Agriculture Section Governing Board For the past two decades, the United States has led the world in crop biotechnology innovation. Under this leadership, American growers have produced most of the world’s food, fiber and energy, while the U.S. agricultural sector experienced sustained economic growth and a positive trade balance. But an increasingly complicated regulatory system and threats of litigation from opponents of technology have Read More >

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FDA: How can we improve it?

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By Stephen Sherwin, Former Chairman of BIO As Congress and the President work together to hammer out a new, national economic roadmap, it is important to point out to those working in, and interested in, our industry that we too have recently assembled a roadmap – one designed to fully realize the promise our industry holds for people everywhere. Several weeks ago, at the 2011 BIO International Convention in Washington, DC, BIO unveiled its first ever 5 Read More >

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How we are advancing American innovation to cure disease and save lives

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Mankind’s need to cure disease, combat hunger and discover new forms of energy has never been more urgent. Yet despite the extraordinary hope offered by biotechnology to solve these problems, government policies and the capital formation environment necessary to support these goals are insufficiently conducive to allowing us to meet these critical challenges. During our 2011 BIO International Convention, we unveiled a strategic initiative to speed scientific breakthroughs, develop cures and grow the bio-economy. The Read More >

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