- July 23-26, 2017
BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, Montréal, Canada
The BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology provides a unique forum for business executives, government officials, academic researchers and industry leaders to share the latest advances in renewable chemicals, synthetic biology, enzymes, food ingredients, biofuels and more.
Sean O’Connor, Senior Vice President at Cibus and President & Chief Executive Officer at Nucelis, will speak at the Opportunities to Produce Nutritional Value Products session on July 25, 2:30PM-4:00PM.
- February 26-28, 2018
4th Annual CRISPR Precision Gene Editing Congress, Boston, Massachusetts
The 4th Annual CRISPR Precision Genome Editing Congress Boston will unite large pharma, biotech, leading academia and technology providers. Optimize the adoption of CRISPR gene editing and pioneer further advances within biomedical research, drug discovery, R&D and therapeutic development.
Cibus will sponsor the event.
- April 17-19, 2018
CRISPR AgBio: USA, California, San Diego
This congress is organized annually to support CRISPR development in agriculture and help discover new ways of overcoming productivity challenges, commercialize the next generation of sustainable and superior agricultural products, share the newest topics and the regulatory status related to CRISPR/Cas9 technology and meet the world’s growing food demands.
Cibus will be a program sponsor.
- June 3, 2016
World Science Festival 2016, New York, New York
The World Science Festival gathers great minds in science and the arts to produce live and digital content that allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries.
Noel Sauer, Director of Technology, spoke about advanced breeding technologies in plants during the session Splicing and Dicing DNA: Genome Engineering and the CRISPR Revolution, on Friday June 3, 8:00PM-9:30PM.
- April 11, 2016
University of Tennessee Plant Science Distinguished Alumnus Award, Knoxville, Tennessee
David Songstad, Director of Research, Cell Biology, received an award as the first University of Tennessee Plant Science Distinguished Alumnus and gave a seminar titled “Genome Editing: Beyond GMOs”. He also gave a lecture titled “30 Years of Corn Transformation—What Does the Future Hold?” where he described the “pivot” that is occurring where attention is shifting within the corn biotech community from GMOs to Genome Editing.
David Songstad (R), Director of Research, Cell Biology, displays University of Tennessee Plant Science Distinguished Alumnus award with Professor Bob V. Conger (L).