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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 2 Wrap-Up: Innovating for a Sustainable Future

Day two of BIO’s 2019 World Congress started bright and early with hundreds of global biotechnology leaders—including company …

#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 …

Maine Takes Big Step Towards Reducing Carbon Footprint and Creating Green Jobs

In case you missed it, the Maine State Senate last week unanimously passed legislation that …

United Airlines Utilizes Biotechnology for Most Eco-Friendly Commercial Flight of its Kind

Last week on World Environment Day, United Airlines’ made history with the most eco-friendly commercial …

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 …

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, …

Industrial Biotechnology at 2018 International Convention

The 2018 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology is quickly approaching, but before the partnering …

Earth Day: Biotechnology to Save the Planet

To understand the significance of Earth Day, it’s important to understand how it was first …

Proposed Appropriations Could Set Back Ag Energy

Congress’s proposed cuts for 2018 set back progress in ag energy, progress that serves every …