Reducing rates of infectious disease;
Saving millions of children’s lives;
Changing the odds of serious, life-threatening conditions affecting millions around the world;
Tailoring treatments to individuals to minimize health risks and side effects;
Creating more precise tools for disease detection; and
Combating serious illnesses and everyday threats confronting the developing world.
Generating higher crop yields with fewer inputs;
Lowering volumes of agricultural chemicals required by crops-limiting the run-off of these products into the environment;
Using biotech crops that need fewer applications of pesticides and that allow farmers to reduce tilling farmland;
Developing crops with enhanced nutrition profiles that solve vitamin and nutrient deficiencies;
Producing foods free of allergens and toxins such as mycotoxin; and
Improving food and crop oil content to help improve cardiovascular health.
Streamlining the steps in chemical manufacturing processes by 80% or more;
Lowering the temperature for cleaning clothes and potentially saving $4.1 billion annually;
Improving manufacturing process efficiency to save 50% or more on operating costs;
Reducing use of and reliance on petrochemicals;
Using biofuels to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 52% or more;
Decreasing water usage and waste generation; and
Tapping into the full potential of traditional biomass waste products.