Bioethics and the Biotech Industry at the 2010 BIO International Convention

Michael Werner, a partner at Holland & Knight, about the new stem cell guidelines issued by the NIH.

BioBytes: Industrial Enzymes

Biotechnology is everywhere you look - even in places you might not expect.

BioBytes: Genetically Engineered Animals

Disease resistant animals, environmentally friendly livestock, pharmaceuticals produced by goats - are these really possible?

Providing Farmers the Tools to Save India's Most Important Export

Providing Farmers the Tools to Save India's Most Important Export

Transgenic seed technology began to transform India's cotton industry in 2002.

BioBytes: Biotechnology and Vaccines

New vaccines employing biotech innovations are changing the way we prevent illness.

RNAi: Creating a New Approach to Medicine

Ttoday, modern biotechnology offers the opportunity to go well beyond blocking the production of proteins to actually silencing them.

BioBytes: What are biosimilars?

Biosimilars, also known as follow-on biologics, may eventually expand access and provide patients a more affordable alternative to innovative, lifesaving medicines. 

BioBytes: Biotechnology and Endangered Animals

What do pandas, bantengs, and panthers have in common? Their populations have all been assisted by biotechnology.

Drivers Can Find Cellulosic Biofuels for Sale

Drivers who are concerned about the environment are finding it's getting easier to use a biofuel that really is green.