The running joke each year at the BIO convention is just how far everyone in the OKBio contingent has to travel to get to know their fellow Oklahomans.
Agric-Bioformatics developed an innovative software platform that allows livestock producers to analyze, manage and improve performance and genomics data of their herd. Called AgBoost, the Internet-based software launched in beta form this week, which provided the opportunity to preview it in live demos at the Bio show.
For OU graduate student Amanda Curtis, the 2016 BIO show required some unique multi-tasking skills. Curtis greeted visitors to the Oklahoma exhibition booth, participated in Oklahoma Bioscience networking events and sat in on multiple partnering meetings with her colleagues from OU’s Office of Technology Development. All in a day’s work.
By Lillie-Beth Brinkman Copyright (©) 2015, The Oklahoma Publishing Company PHILADELPHIA — A representative from the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation in Ardmore is attending the 2015 international convention of Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) to promote that organization’s work in agriculture, including its efforts to develop year-round grazing and its relatively new national initiative with theRead more
By Lillie-Beth Brinkman Copyright (©) 2015, The Oklahoma Publishing Company PHILADELPHIA — By mid-day on Tuesday, people in bioscience fields from China, Texas, Japan and New Mexico had met with Justin Briggs from Oklahoma City’s Accele BioPharma Inc., at the 2015 international convention of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO). Briggs was part of the OklahomaRead more