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Biology and Borders -- Avian Flu: Evolving New Approaches to Emerging Diseases - March 2004 By James Newcomb
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This is bio-era's first report on the outbreak in 2004 of H5N1 Avian Influenza in Southeast Asia.
A Plague of Frogs: What Does the Battle over Atrazine Mean for Agriculture and Agrochemicals? By James Newcomb
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stands at the center of a storm over the re-registration of atrazine, one of the most widely used herbicides in the world. Atrazine is being reviewed as part... More > of EPA’s ongoing program to evaluate older pesticides to ensure that they meet current health and environmental safety standards; the agency’s review entails a comprehensive reassessment of existing restrictions on the use of the herbicide. Recent scientific reports have suggested that atrazine disrupts the hormonal systems of certain amphibians, and may be linked to worldwide population declines among these species. These studies have been challenged by other scientists, however, who claim that the evidence of such effects is inconclusive.< Less
Economic Risks Associated with an Influenza Pandemic By James Newcomb
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Prepared Testimony of James Newcomb, Managing Director for Research, Bio Economic Research Associates before the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations - November 9, 2005
Thinking Ahead: Anticipating Early Impacts of an Avian Influenza Pandemic - 03-09-2005 By Stephen Aldrich & James Newcomb
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This is the illustrated transcript of a bio-era web teleconference on "Thinking Ahead: Anticipating the Early Impacts of an Avian Influenza Pandemic" held on March 9, 2005.
The Challenge of Corporate Pandemic Planning and Preparedness - 05-10-2005 By James Newcomb & Stephen Aldrich
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This is an illustrated transcript of a bio-era web teleconference on the challenge of corporate pandemic planning and preparedness held on May 10, 2005.
Avian Influenza - Using Scenarios for Pandemic Planning and Preparedness - 04-07-2005 By Stephen Aldrich & James Newcomb
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This is an illustrated transcript of a bio-era teleconference on using scenarios for pandemic planning and preparedness held on April 4, 2005.
McDonald’s Global Policy on Antibiotic Use in Meat Supply By James Newcomb & Todd Harrington
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McDonald’s Corporation’s recent decision to require its meat suppliers to phase out the use of certain antibiotics for animal growth promotion is a watershed event for the meat production... More > industry. McDonald’s, the largest single buyer of meat in the U.S., and much of the world, is using its buying power to manage a growing array of attributes linked to its products and brand identity including consumer “intangibles” related to social responsibility, sustainable food supply, animal welfare, and human health. Other companies, both in the fast food industry and in grocery stores, are likely to take similar steps to manage product attributes related to human health. Responding to these new requirements will reinforce changes already underway in the meat supply industry, opening new avenues for product differentiation, tightening the links between meat suppliers and their customers, and spurring new investment in quality assurance and traceability.< Less
AgBioTech 2005: Regional Trends in Adoption and Acceptance By Stephen Aldrich & James Newcomb
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This report is a comprehensive global review of trends in adoption and acceptance around agricultural biotechnology crops. The report seeks to characterize developments regionally -- Africa, Latin... More > America, Asia, etc., -- and for selected key countries within each region (Brazil, Colombia, etc.). It also characterizes who the key institutional stakeholders are in each selected country, and where they stand on the GMO/agbiotech debate.< Less
Spinning Straw into Gold?: The Global Outlook for Biofuels By James Newcomb & Todd Harrington
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This is a bio-era biofuels global outlook done in 2006.
Global Thought Leader Survey: Agricultural Biotechnology 2005 By Stephen Aldrich et al.
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This document presents the results of a global survey of thought leaders on their attitudes toward agricultural biotechnology carried out by bio-era in conjunction with McCallister Associates in 2005.

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