SUPPLY CHAIN RESOURCE COOPERATIVE

  1.   One major technological development is being able to map genomes for products. A genome is all of a living thing’s genetic material. It is the entire set of hereditary instructions for building, running, and maintaining an organism, and passing life on to the next generation.[1] In most living things, the genome is made of […]

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  2. Unlocking growth in the biobased products sector is tied to the ability to unlock access to inexpensive sugar, derived from corn farming. The second element has to do with production credits. This has begun to emerge at the state level, particularly in the state of Minnesota which is leading the way. Early credits offset the […]

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  3. I had a chance to meet with my good friend Tom Choi from Arizona State University a couple of weeks ago. We met at the United Club in Chicago, as he was on his way back from a visit with Honda, and met to discuss the upcoming study I will be working on with him […]

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  4. I was recently interviewed by Phillip Ideson of the “Art of Procurement” webcast.  I met Phillip at the ISM Global Procurement Tech Summit about a month ago, and he invited me to join the show. In the webcast, we talked about a range of different topics, including the following: The importance of pizza in attracting […]

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  5. I spent the day at Biogen’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA today, with a group of executives sharing ideas on how to drive innovation.  Biogen is already a highly innovative company, as they have continued to drive new treatments in MS, and in 2014, the first major treatment advances in nearly two decades for people living with […]

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