Biotechnology Industry Organization


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Biotechnology Industry Organization

The biotech industry’s most powerful organisation which has a 3-pronged mission:
(1) Advocate the industry's positions to elected officials and regulators;
(2) Inform national and international media about the industry's progress, contributions to quality of life, goals and positions; and
(3) Provide business development services to member companies, such as investor and partnering meetings.
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Biotechnology Industry Organization (www.bio.org) provides advocacy, business development, and communication services for members,
adults (80 percent) strongly or somewhat agree that national and state governments are not doing enough to promote production of biofuels, according to a new survey released by the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO).
So says a new survey recently released by the Biotechnology Industry Organization.
The congress was co-organized by The Chemical Institute of Canada, the Biotechnology Industry Organization, the American Chemical Society, the National Agriculture Biotechnology Council, the Agri-Food Innovation Forum, and BIOTECanada.
It was compiled by Battelle, in cooperation with the Biotechnology Industry Organization, a trade organization in which the Indiana Health Industry Forum is the Indiana affiliate.
The report, "Willful Misconduct: How Bill Frist and the Drug Lobby Covertly Bagged a Liability Shield," relies on internal documents and e-mails of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) to illustrate the degree to which Frist's office deferred to drug industry demands and describes Frist's sleight of hand in securing passage of the provision.
The Biotechnology Industry Organization's (BIO) annual convention will be held April 9-12, 2006 in Chicago, Ill.
" Bringing Biofuels to the Pump," from the National Resources Defense Council, recommends that the United States invest $1 billion over the next 10 years in bioethanol commercialization to "drive the development of the first billion gallons of bioethanol capacity at a price approaching that of gasoline and diesel." The Biotechnology Industry Organization supports that recommendation and agrees with the NRDC that development of cellulosic biofuel is economically and strategically vital to helping end America's dependence on imported oil.
The Biotechnology Industry Organization, also known as BIO, will be holding its annual international convention during the week of June 19-22, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia.
In June 2004, the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), Washington, D.C., USA issued a report, "New Biotech Tools for a Cleaner Environment," which shows industrial biotechnology is facilitating a new industrial revolution that can bring a cleaner future with better products at lower cost.
In June, acting FDA Commissioner Lester Crawford told Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) officials that his agency would issue the rules "before the end of the year" and that it was a high priority for the Bush administration.
Biotechnology employs about 200,000 people nationally, and there are 1,473 biotechnology companies in the United States, according to the Biotechnology Industry Organization.
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