Joe Biden has a plan to boost America’s ‘bioeconomy’, but like everything he does, is he making it worse? The Biden administration’s recent initiatives to boost the bioeconomy recognize that current biotechnology regulations are slowing the development of important products and processes. The proposed solution is criticized as bureaucratic and unnecessary. “Executive Order 14081 on Advancement of Biotechnology and Bio-Manufacturing” aims to develop the bio-economy, a term that encompasses marketed products and processes that use biotechnology, which includes genetic modification and genome editing. For more information, Lars talks to Dr. Henry Miller, physician and molecular biologist, Glenn Swogger Distinguished Fellow of the American Council on Science and Health. He was the founding director of the FDA’s Office of Biotechnology.
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