bioscience

human gene editing
Kin Cheung / AP

Last November a Chinese scientist reported the birth of twin girls whose genes he had edited. Using CRISPR technology, he claimed he altered their genes to include a variant that protected against transmission of HIV.

WCPO

The Ohio Bioscience Growth Report, released Monday, says the industry generates billions of dollars for the state and is continuing to grow.

AtriCure breaks ground for new HQ in Mason

Aug 26, 2014
AtriCure

Work on the next major piece in the development of Mason's biohealth corridor along I-71 got underway Tuesday.  AtriCure leaders and employees along with city officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for the company's new global headquarters.  CEO Mike Carrel says the new headquarters is significant on several fronts:

Holly Yurchison / WVXU

Key stakeholders in Ohio's bioscience industry just wrapped up a two day conference in Columbus where they charted their roles for an expanding future. BioOhio President and CEO John Lewis says the goal this year was to get more companies engaged and realize the resources available to them in Ohio.