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bi·on

(bī'on),
A living thing.
[G. pres. p. ntr. of bioō, to live]
A discrete living plant or animal in an ecosystem, which is capable of independent function

bion

(bī′ŏn) [Gr. bios, life]
Any living organism.

bi·on

(bī'on)
A living thing.
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The Second Generation Bion NMS is the culmination of 13 years of research and development -- directed toward achieving a consistent, verifiable solution to livestock waste management issues.
The 2G Bion NMS is the result of thirteen years of research and development, culminating in the transition of the core NMS technology to a platform-based system.
We are confident that the Bion NMS(TM) can be run at significantly higher speeds which will substantially reduce the costs to both Bion and its clients," said David Mitchell.
PA DEP issuance of the permanent WQMP will enable Bion to sell verified credits into the marketplace upon final PA DEP review and approval of the nutrient credit verification plan and measurement data.
David Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer of Bion, said, "We believe that the Bion NMS project in collaboration with the NCSU Animal & Poultry Waste Management Center, under the direction of Dr.
International Initiative: Bion has recently begun to leverage its technology platform to engage in discussions with various companies and national governments in Asia and the Middle East.
This is a critical step in our efforts to uplist Bion to a national exchange.
Bion Environmental Technologies designs and operates biological treatment systems that eliminate the odors and nutrient leaching from waste produced on hog and dairy farms.
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Bion Industrial has revealed that it is now supplying truck bodies and trailers to the African market
23 December 2009 - US Renewable energy company Bion Environmental Technologies is planning to build a large-scale beef cattle and processing operation near the town of Schroeppel, New York.
Bion now has in hand a very broad array of patents protecting variations and enhancements of the core Bion process.