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#BIOWC19 Start-Up Stadium Winners Announced

This year marked the first time BIO’s Start-Up Stadium was part of the BIO World …

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 …

AgTech @ BIO World Congress

In just a little over a week, hundreds of attendees from across the globe will …

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 …

We're Reaching a Tipping Point in the Biobased Economy

In a piece for Biofuels Digest, BIO’s Executive Vice President, Industrial & Environmental Section, Brent …

2018 World Congress Returns to Philadelphia

This summer, BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology returns to Philadelphia for the first time …

ICYMI: Update – Bioengineering for Pollution Prevention

Industrial biotechnology impacts numerous areas of society, but often, there is not significant awareness of …

Collaboration is Key in an Uncertain World

It’s fair to say the last 12 months have been politically and economically tumultuous. Events …