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Mark Rohrbaugh, Director, Office of Technology Transfer, National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Mar 10 2016
Mark Rohrbaugh, Director, Office of Technology Transfer, National Institutes of Health (NIH), US Department of Health & Human Services, USA

Ted Roumel, Vice President for Research Innovation & Commercialization at the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, USA

Mar 10 2016
Innovation And The Global Research Enterprise WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GENEVA—NOVEMBER 2007 THEODORE J. ROUMEL VICE PRESIDENT for RESEARCH, INNOVATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BIOTECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE

Eileen Yen, former Director, Sarawak Biodiversity Centre, Malaysia

Mar 10 2016

The Patent Reform Act of 2007 - Coalition Letter

Mar 10 2016
More than 430 organizations representing American innovation in a wide range of industries in all 50 states wrote Senate leaders to express continued concern with S. 1145.

BIO Testimony to the House Judiciary Committee Concerning the Hearing on Patent Reform

Mar 10 2016

Animal Biotechnology: All About Animal Cloning

Mar 10 2016
Cloning is the most recent evolution of selective assisted breeding in animal husbandry. Cloning animals is a reliable way of reproducing superior livestock genetics and ensuring herds are maintained at the highest quality possible.

Comments to the European Food Safety Authority

Mar 10 2016
Implications of animal cloning on food safety, animal health and welfare and the environment.

A Consumer Tool Kit Explaining Livestock Cloning - Points for Retailers to Provide to Consumers

Mar 10 2016
Cloning is an assisted reproductive technique that produces an animal that is an identical twin of an existing animal.

BIO Statement: BIO Urges FDA Release of Risk Assessment on Animal Cloning

Mar 10 2016
Letter to the dairy industry urging support for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's release of the final risk assessment on animal cloning.

Cloning Recommendation before the National Organic Standards Board

Mar 10 2016
Livestock clones and their progeny can be raised in accordance with the Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA), specifically 7 USC §6502 Definitions, §6504 National standards for organic production, and §6509 Animal production practices and materials.