The world's top agricultural bioscience conference made its first USA appearance, on September 18-21, in one of the richest agricultural regions of the world, Fargo North Dakota. Private sector scientists, independent researchers and others who are applying the practical use of science to impact health and nutrition making a difference in feeding the world were present at this conference.
There to greet and inform them were representatives of the Bioscience Association of North Dakota, Richard and Pauline Glynn in a booth space provided through the good auspices of the North Dakota Department of Commerce. The representatives furnished information on the resources available to companies if they were to move their operations or research to North Dakota
BioND is diligently working for the development of bio companies in North Dakota.