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BioBytes 108 - What are Stem Cells?

What's a stem cell? Where does it come from? Learn more about how biotechnology is utilizing stem cells to create tomorrow's cures for today's diseases.

BioBytes 106 - What are biofuels?

Dr. Targan explains how biotechnology is helping to reduce our carbon footprint through the production of biofuels, which are  manufactured from various renewable resources found  naturally in our environment.  

BioBytes 104 - What is personalized medicine?

Personalized medicine will change the way patients are treated in the future - for the better. Learn more about personalized medicine - how it works, and why it could save consumers a lot of money.

BioBytes 101 - What is biotechnology?

This video provides a basic overview of biotechnology and its many applications in our daily lives.

BioBytes 103 - What are biotech drugs?

Are biotech drugs really that different from traditional pharmaceuticals.  You bet they are.  Learn why here.

BioBytes 102 - What are biomaterials?

Learn how materials, such as plastic, are being developed from renewable resources like plants.

BIO Media Briefing: Healthcare Reform Should Preserve Innovation

BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood and BIO Board Chair Dr. Stephen Sherwin discuss the need to ensure that health care reform promotes and preserves innovation, particularly in a pathway for biosimilars and the use of comparative effectiveness data.

Tricia Brooks and James Trussell Discuss Stem Cell Research and Parkinson's Cures

BIO supports all avenues of research to investigate therapies for debilitating diseases such as Parkinson's.

The Importance of President Obama's Executive Order on Embryonic Stem Cells

In this interview, BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood explains the promise of stem cell research and why it is an important first step in bringing new therapies to patients.

Economic Impact of Advanced Biofuels

A new report shows that continuing to build advanced biofuels production capacity can create thousands of new jobs throughout the economy, contributing to U.S. economic growth and increasing energy security.