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How biomarkers can support regulatory rare disease pathways

On February 21, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization’s (BIO) soon-to-be CEO, John F. Crowley, ...
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The future of pandemic defense leverages science and tech

The Covid-19 pandemic undoubtedly reshaped the landscape of healthcare and vaccine development in ...
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Sickle cell disease marks a few milestones, but more needs to be done

As scientists and leading biotech companies are scrambling to achieve life-changing breakthroughs and ...
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Biotech helps U.S. farms triple output while reducing inputs

U.S. farm output grew by 190% between 1948 and 2021 while inputs decreased, ...
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Dr. Debbie Yaver: inaugural BIO Rosalind Franklin Award winner

Bio.News recently caught up with Dr. Debbie Yaver, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) of ...
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New Mexico legislature passes clean fuel standard

On February 13, the New Mexico legislature passed a clean fuel standard—which the ...
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EDITORS' CHOICE

BIO board member testifies on TRIPS waiver

BIO Board member tells Congress WTO IP waivers hurt innovation

A proposed World Trade Organization (WTO) IP waiver could have scuttled investment in biotech’s new diabetes drug and already impacts the firm’s decisions about research ...
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Health

How biomarkers can support regulatory rare disease pathways

On February 21, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization’s (BIO) soon-to-be CEO, John F. Crowley, joined an event about biomarkers and rare disease regulatory pathways, hosted by ...
Health

The future of pandemic defense leverages science and tech

The Covid-19 pandemic undoubtedly reshaped the landscape of healthcare and vaccine development in ways we have yet to imagine. As we navigate through another season ...
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Sickle cell disease marks a few milestones, but more needs to be done

As scientists and leading biotech companies are scrambling to achieve life-changing breakthroughs and treatments, sickle cell disease (SCD) is on the cusp of a new ...
Agriculture

Biotech helps U.S. farms triple output while reducing inputs

U.S. farm output grew by 190% between 1948 and 2021 while inputs decreased, thanks to biotech and other technologies, according to recent figures from the ...
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Dr. Debbie Yaver: inaugural BIO Rosalind Franklin Award winner

Bio.News recently caught up with Dr. Debbie Yaver, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) of Nature’s Fynd. Nature’s Fynd is a Chicago, Illinois-based food tech company that ...

BIO to Congress: IRA's price controls harm R&D

Drug price controls in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) harm drug R&D, John Crowley, CEO of Amicus Therapeutics and BIO Board Vice Chair, testified on September 21.

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New Mexico legislature passes clean fuel standard

On February 13, the New Mexico legislature passed a clean fuel standard—which the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) has long advocated ...
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Federal Policy

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New Mexico legislature passes clean fuel standard

On February 13, the New Mexico legislature passed a clean fuel standard—which the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) has long advocated ...
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New Mexico legislature passes clean fuel standard

On February 13, the New Mexico legislature passed a clean fuel standard—which the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) has long advocated ...
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