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#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 …

George Washington Carver Award | Iowa Paves the Way for Biotech Innovation

Every year at the BIO World Congress, BIO recognizes an individual who has made a …

This Major Breakthrough Could Help Improve Global Food Supply

Researchers and scientists around the world have been working for years to engineer photosynthesis as …

From Disease to Looming Food Crisis, Gene Editing Could Unlock Solutions to Our Greatest Problems

Today, celiac disease affects one in 100 people worldwide, and with no cure, the only …

Nobel Prize-Winning Chemists: Misguided GMO Fears Could Hinder Technology's Societal Benefits

On Friday, December 7, two winners of the 2018 Nobel prize for Chemistry – American …

Through International Support, U.S. Has Opportunity to Align Own Agencies on Precision Biotech

On Friday, November 2, the U.S. government joined 12 other nations in supporting policies that …

Innovative Policies Drive the Biobased Economy

This year not only marks the 25th anniversary of BIO, but this year we also …

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 …

Coming this Fall: Arctic Non-browning Apples

In a time of global famine and food insecurity here in the United States, I …