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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 …

Using Biotechnology to Tackle Deadly Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

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

The Global Vaccines Business: A View from the Top

With the resurgence of Ebola in Africa—this time with a swift vaccine response—and other emerging …

ICYMI: Jim Greenwood Outlines the Importance of Biotech Mosquitoes on World Mosquito Day

World Mosquito Day fell this past Sunday, providing an opportunity to highlight biotechnology’s contributions to …

Advancements to Monitor, Combat and Prevent Pathogen Outbreaks

In recent years, a major epidemic viral outbreak has occurred annually, whether it was Zika, …

2016 Snapshot: BIO’s Top Five Health Blogs

There was no shortage of health hot topics this year, but as 2016 comes to …

One Health Day

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

Opinion: "Florida's families Depend on a Healthy Attitude Toward biotech"

Mary Hartney, President of the Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association, recently submitted an opinion piece to The …

Strong U.S. Government “One Health” Coordination

An element to improving human, animal, and environmental health The concept of “One Health” recognizes …

#BIOABS16 Will Highlight Biotech Solutions to Combating Emerging Infectious Diseases

More than 60 percent of infectious diseases in humans are spread from animals, and 75 …