Fall 2016

Welcome to Ag-West Bio's Fall 2016 Bio Bulletin.

With our annual meeting, ABIC 2016 and Global Biotech Week behind us, we are re-grouping and preparing for the next wave of events and initiatives. 

Planning is under way for the Canola Industry Meeting and Canola Innovation Day, November 30 and December 1, 2016 - an annual event with a 45 year history. Learn more in this Bulletin.

At ABIC 2016 in Fargo, North Dakota, it was announced that next year's Agricultural Bioscience International Conference ABIC 2017 will be held in Winnipeg, MB for the first time. The conference is scheduled from September 25-28 and co-hosted by Life Science Association Manitoba and the Government of Manitoba.

I hope you enjoy the following articles, and encourage your participation and feedback on this site. Don’t miss our blogs, follow us on Twitter @agwestbio and like us on Facebook.

More upcoming events can be found on our online event calendar.

ARTICLES

  • Accelerating on the Protein Highway

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  • When artificial breeding is best: Case of the wood bison

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  • Value-added agriculture: much more than wheat and potatoes

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  • First Global Biotech Week a success

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  • BioTalent Canada Career Focus Green Jobs

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  • Great Canadian Pulse Off promotes province’s pulse power

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  • Saskatoon Canola Meetings reach milestone year

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  • Camelina fortified eggs

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  • License to Farm documentary named ag marketing award winner

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  • POS acquires US distillation facility

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  • AquAdvantage salmon: Climate-smart aquaculture

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  • University of Saskatchewan awarded $77M to lead Global Water Futures research program

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EVENTS

  • Farm & Food Care Speaker Training

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  • March is 2017 Ag Literacy Month

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  • CropSphere Jan. 10-11, 2017

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  • ABIC 2017 Sept. 25-28, 2017

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  • Canola Industry Meeting and Canola Innovation Day 2016

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