We launched COVID Vaccine Facts, a new website with scientific and evidence-based information related to the COVID-19 vaccine development process. More details below, plus a look at the benefits of biotech crops. (663 words, 3 minutes, 18 seconds)
BIO launched a new website to help patients and their families understand and enroll in clinical trials—we have details. Plus, BIO weighed in on today’s House Agriculture Committee hearing on America’s renewable economy, and we may soon have an…
Closing out the first week of the year with good news for farmers in Colorado’s Boulder County, plus a look at why we need to improve vaccine distribution if we want to improve vaccination rates. (662 words, 3 minutes, 18 seconds)
D.C. is marking the one-year anniversary of the attack on the Capitol. Meanwhile, as food supply chains and prices continue to dominate headlines, we review five gene-editing advances that could help. And, January is Glaucoma Awareness Month—taking a look at these resources could save your eyesight. (690 words, 3 minutes, 27 seconds)
Yes, drug price controls are still on the table—but they shouldn’t be, according to an analysis of 2021 drug price data. And with food prices rising, extending the growing season could help ensure a stable food supply—and gene editing can help. (572 words, 2 minutes, 51 seconds)
This year is already shaping up to be an important year for state legislation—related to both vaccines and biofuels. We take a look at what happened in 2021 and what to expect in 2022. (621 words, 3 minutes, 6 seconds)
We hope you are enjoying a safe and relaxing holiday. While we’re still on break for a few more days, we wanted to check in and send you a few things we’ve been reading. We wish you a happy and healthy new year. See you in 2022!
Before we sign off for the break, we have an update on Omicron—and why, despite the bad news, vaccines can help us keep the holiday spirit. Meanwhile, biotech's also helping to keep our holiday traditions alive—and sustainable. (530 words, 2 minutes, 39 seconds)
Good Day BIO will take a publishing break from December 22-January 2. We’ll be in touch if there’s major news, but we plan to resume normal publication on Monday, January 3, 2022. We hope you enjoy a restful, joyful, and safe holiday!
As we head into the holiday week, it’s not all bad news: two biotechs leading the charge against sickle cell disease have promising news (including a new therapy for kids) to report. Plus, “clean” is the beauty industry’s favorite buzzword, so we look at what it means and why biotech beauty is making a difference. (790 words, 3 minutes, 57 seconds)
Ending the week with a recap of a banner year for biofuels in the states, plus what policymakers can do to support vaccine manufacturers and global vaccination efforts. (691 words, 3 minutes, 27 seconds)
It’s been a minute since we’ve talked about Build Back Better—here’s the latest on the Senate’s version and the expected timeline. We also look at how gene editing can help solve our massive food waste problem, as well as news alerts from JPM and Georgia Bio. (926 words, 4 minutes, 37 seconds)