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How Gene-Edited Sugarcane Could Reduce Society’s Environmental Footprint

Australia’s University of Queensland is currently conducting research on how gene editing could tailor sugarcane …

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 …

Could This Biotechnology Innovation Help Combat Climate Change?

Scientists and researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, which is in California, are …

Inventor Unlocks Method to Turn Plant Sugars Into Environmentally-Friendly Fuel

For years, scientists and researchers have been working to extract sugar molecules in plant life, …

BIO @ Global Climate Action Summit to Drive Towards Decarbonization

Today marks the last day of the Global Climate Action Summit  in San Francisco, California. …

My Pledge at World Congress: BIO Will Lead on Gene Editing

This year marks the 15th anniversary of BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, as well …

Tax Policy Should Support the Biobased Economy

BIO’s Brent Erickson today published a new column in Biofuels Digest, arguing that Congress should …

Cellulosic Biofuel Getting a Boost from Corn Fiber

Congratulations to @OPIS Ethanol and Biodiesel Information Service – a trusted source of biofuel industry …

Biofuel Industry Extends National Manufacturing Day Throughout October

National Manufacturing Day activities continue throughout the month of October to teach the world about …

Meeting the Grand Challenge for Cellulosic Biofuels

Last week, Dartmouth Professor Lee Lynd published a new commentary in Nature Biotechnology, titled “The grand …