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The Healthcare Businesswomen's Association honored Cindy Powell-Steffen and Libby Howe during its recent 28th Woman of the Year event in New York City.
The Youth Ag-Summit will take place Oct. 9-13, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.
The contract is extended until May 31, 2018. After that date, Dietsch will be leaving the company at his own request.
Leading bee education facility reaches milestone within three years of operation.
If men "get a come-on at all by the woman whom they feel is attractive, then they're in," Bill O’Reilly once said on his show.
Bayer and the nation's leading research universities form a new alliance.
The 12th edition of the Companion Vector-Borne Diseases World Forum Symposium took place in Athens, Greece, to facilitate a global exchange on vector-borne diseases among animal health experts.
Crop science was successful in a difficult market environment.
Introduction of hydroponic lettuce, colored carrots and new snack vegetable label
Elvia Hernandez, a production specialist in Berkeley, Calif., shares her journey from biotechnology class to working at Bayer.
Previously, Brunn was head of Bayer's pharmaceuticals commercial operations in Japan
Closing of the transaction is expected by the end of 2017.
In line with its company values Bayer endorses greater transparency.
The renowned ratings agency CDP confirmed Bayer’s position as one of the leading international companies for sustainable water management.
Bayer participates in joint development of innovative crop protection solutions in agriculture.
"The announcement that we had reached agreement to acquire Monsanto is a major strategic milestone for Bayer," said Bayer Management Board Chairman Werner Baumann.
Bayer was awarded The Carbon Disclosure Project Leadership Status with an “A” rating
Integrated portfolio to prevent devastating disease citrus greening from spreading
A shared vision of integrated agricultural offerings to deliver enhanced solutions for growers
Bayer commits $1.3M in programs and services; three-year commitment to help women and children in developing countries
Orders to make lower-priced generic versions of pricey prescription drugs available globally draws shocking response from CEO of Bayer. What does he call the compulsory generics?
A survey finds that traditional instructional methods—plus a lack of educational preparation and few role models—discourage women, Blacks, Latinos and American Indians from graduating with degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.