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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 …

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 …

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 …

Industrial Biotechnology at 2018 International Convention

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

#BIOWC17 Preview Into the Plenary Program

BIO has officially released the list of speakers for plenary programs at the 2017 World Congress …

BIO Officially Opens Registration for the 2017 World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology

We are  pleased to announce BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology is the world’s largest …

Snapshot: BIO's Top Five Industrial and Environmental Blogs for 2016

As we near the end of 2016, we wanted to take a look at the …

ICYMI: The Biobased Economy After Trump

Brent Erickson, Executive Vice President of the Industrial and Environmental Section at BIO, recently contributed …

It’s an Exciting Time for Industrial Biotechnology – Help Us Shape the Future Global Biobased Ec...

The BIO Event Planning Team is thrilled to announce some changes in our conference planning …

Governor of Iowa Kicks Off #BIO2016 Biofuels and Renewable Chemicals Track

On Monday, June 7, 2016, The Honorable Terry Branstad, Governor of Iowa, provided welcoming remarks …