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2019 BIO World Congress Showcases Green Solutions to Address Global Challenges

Last week, as presidential candidates trekked across the Hawkeye State and campaigned on addressing society’s …

#BIOWC19 Day 3 Wrap-Up: Bringing People, Ideas, and Technology Together

Day three of the 2019 BIO World Congress began by awarding three individuals who have had …

#BIOWC19 Kicks Off: Biotech Breakthroughs Take Center Stage in Des Moines

Tomorrow, biotech breakthroughs—such as biofuels that reduce carbon pollution, biodegradable plastics made from plants, or …

BIO Sponsoring Cultivating Change Summit as Part of ‘Right Mix Matters’ Initiative

Today, June 19, kicks off The Cultivating Change Summit in Iowa. The three-day event, which …

SEC Proposes Targeted Regulatory Relief for Certain Small Public Companies from Sarbanes-Oxley 404(b...

In a much-anticipated move, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed a rule to …

Women Who are Changing the Game in Biotech

Fighting for diversity in the workplace is more than a “feel good” or “the right …

USDA Report: China’s Biotech Crop Approval Process Becoming More Unpredictable and Burdensome

Across the United States, farmers use biotech crops to address production challenges – such as …

With an Air of Optimism, #BIOCEO19 Concludes

Despite considerable pressure directed squarely at biotech innovators from politicians of every stripe, biotech executives …

Meet Kallyope’s Nancy Thornberry, Fireside Chat Speaker at #BIOCEO19

Biotech startups come in all shapes, sizes and approaches but have one thing in common: …

Using Decision Science for Negotiations: Getting to Win-Win

New medicines often progress from idea to regulatory approval through collaborative licensing agreements or acquisition.  …