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Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts to Headline BIO’s Impact Ag & Environment Conference in Omaha

July 21, 2022
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Connor McKoy

BIO is hosting the Impact Ag & Environment Conference, in-person for the first time in three years, in Omaha, Neb., Sept. 19-21, 2022. Headlined by Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, the event will convene leaders across the bioeconomy whose cutting-edge companies are using science to tackle some of our world’s most pressing challenges—from food security to climate, supply chains to energy security, and more. Members of the media are invited to register and attend.

What: The BIO Impact Ag & Environment Conference is the premier gathering of global biotech leaders for three days of discussion, partnering and networking to advance the role of science in enhancing agriculture and improving the environment. BIO Communications is available to help with connecting with companies and speakers and setting up interviews.

When:  Mon., Sept. 19, – Wed., Sept. 21, 2022  

  • Three plenary sessions, including remarks by Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts
  • Local company site tours
  • Over a dozen breakout sessions on growing trust in scientific innovation, expanding the bioeconomy, and mitigating climate change
  • Start-Up Stadium presentations by up-and-coming biotech companies and technologies
  • Exhibit hall featuring the latest technologies and leading companies

Where: CHI Health Center, 455 N. 10th St., Omaha, NE 68102

Why: The Impact Ag & Environment Conference is the place to learn more about how today’s biotech innovations are leading to tomorrow’s impact.

Click here to register for media credentials.  BIO offers complimentary media registration to editors and reporters working for print, broadcast, or web publications with valid press credentials.

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