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BIO Hosts 2019 BIO Latin America Conference in Brazil

The 5th BIO Latin America was held September 3-4 in the largest metropolis in the …

Technology to Fight Malaria, Zika, and Other Mosquito-Related Diseases Is Being Blocked. Why?

Every year, mosquitos infect 500 million people with diseases and mosquito-borne illnesses claim nearly a …

The Future of Biotech Innovation in Brazil: Improving Patient Outcomes

The 2019 BIO International Convention took place this month in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and featured an …

National Pork Producers Council President: Don’t Strangle Promising Technology With Red Tape

In a recent op-ed, National Pork Producers Council President Jim Heimerl highlighted the benefits of gene …

Using Biotechnology to Tackle Deadly Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

Every year, nearly a million deaths are attributed to mosquito-borne illnesses and 500 million people …

Recombinetics' Animal Gene Editing Could Transform the Beef Industry

Brazil may not be first in the world in beef production, but the South American …

BIO Latin America to Showcase Brazil’s Agricultural Breakthroughs

Brazil’s vast, fertile landscape – covering 47 percent of the South American continent – is …

Informa Agribusiness: Systematic Change Needed for U.S., China and the World to Benefit from Biotech...

In 2017, U.S. farmers exported nearly $20 billion worth of agricultural products to China, and …

#MakeHistory: Highlighting History | Brazil

As biotechnology continues to strengthen globally, few countries have the potential to influence the way …

One Health Day

Today, in recognition of One Health Day, I shared my thoughts with The Hill’s Congress …