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The Biotechnology Industry Organization and Critical Path Institute Partner With Mediaplanet, Biocom, and the University of California Office to Spotlight the Science That Is Healing, Fueling and Feeding Our Global Population
Date:12/9/2010

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- On Thursday, December 9th, Mediaplanet published one of the largest consumer reports on biotechnology, spearheading an industry-wide call to action advocating consumer support of biotechnology, the science that is helping us confront society's most pressing challenges. By teaming up with the world's largest biotechnology organization, Mediaplanet's 'Biotechnology' encourages appropriate policy action and investment in the science that is healing, fueling and feeding our future. Biotechnology is the medical discovery that saves millions of lives, the agricultural innovation that fends off impending world hunger and the solution to ever-rising crude oil prices. The crucial idea—that investment in biotechnology is an investment in our future and in essence, in ourselves—is the idea this report aims to bring home.

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