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BIO’s World Congress Session: Building a Biobased Economy

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In the wake of President Obama’s announcement last week of the new National Bioeconomy Blueprint, BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing held a timely plenary session Monday focused on “Fostering a Biobased Economy”. Moderated by BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood, panelists included Doug O’Brien, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA); Valerie Sarisky-Reed, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE); Andrew Hagan, World Economic Forum; Philip New, BP Biofuels; and Roger Wyse, Burrill & Company. Greenwood compared the bioeconomy to a whole pie made up economic Read More >

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Biotech Products for Everyday Consumers

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What do Coca Cola, Goodyear Tire and United Airlines all have in common? Executives from each company will be speaking on a panel session together at the upcoming BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing. The session will focus on biotech and consumer products. Some widely used consumer products come from industrial biotechnology processes. Traditionally, many of these products have been made from petroleum, natural gas or petrochemicals. Switching to industrial biotech processes is Read More >

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Global Sustainable Bioenergy Initiative Discussed at World Congress

Professor Lee Lynd of Dartmouth, who is also the CSO of Mascoma, addressed a plenary session the 2009 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. He gave additional insight on the article he coauthored with David Tilman et al in a recent issue of Science and discussed the initiative that led to the article. According to Lynd, it has been suggessted that we should forego the biofuel option, but before we do we should ask three Read More >

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Find out how advanced biofuels will slow climate change

Biofuels from new sources such as switchgrass and algae will soon be widely and efficiently produced, thanks to ongoing industrial biotechnology research. BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing will present the latest research on advanced biofuels and biobased products that provide sustainable climate change solutions. More than 25 top company executives will join 200 leaders from industry, academia and government scheduled to speak at plenary and breakout sessions during the World Congress. Find Read More >

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