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February 17, 2010 —
Website Offers Tools for Recognizing Attack Triggers and Managing the Disease
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan 14, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- A new, online resource is now available for patients with hereditary angioedema (HAE), their caregivers and …
February 11, 2010 —
Woburn, MA - (February 11, 2010) - Excelimmune, Inc. announced today they have received a $1 million investment as part of an open Series-B financing round. The investment comes from a mixture of existing and new investors. Proceeds…
February 10, 2010 —
Boston, January 27, 2010 - Brainloop, the leading supplier of software solutions for high-security management of confidential documents, today announced it has joined the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio). Brainloop appealed to…
February 3, 2010 —
Disruptive platform technology enables greater speed, sensitivity, and simplicity for single-cell analysis to accelerate breakthroughs in human health and disease research and diagnostics
LEXINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S.A. -…
February 2, 2010 —
Congratulations to Caliper Life Sciences, which made Time Magazines list of the top 10 discoveries of 2009.
From the Worcester Business Journal:
The top 10 discoveries of 2009, according to Time Magazine, include identifying a possible…
February 1, 2010 —
The Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute announces that Marcia Dougan Woods, MPH has joined the Institute as its business development manager. In that capacity she will work closely with the senior leadership team to advance relationships and…
January 29, 2010 —
Procurement Specialist Receives Wholesale Distributor’s License for New Massachusetts Location; State-of-the-Art Facility to Supply Pharmaceutical Products for Comparator Studies in the U.S.
London, England and Medfield, Mass.,…
January 29, 2010 —
$3 million available to match federal grant funding for early-stage life sciences companies
Waltham, Massachusetts -The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, a quasi-public agency tasked with implementing the state's ten year, $1 billion…
January 27, 2010 —
Cambridge, Mass. - January 27, 2010 - Joule today announced the appointment of Dr. Troy J. Campione as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development. In this newly-created role he will lead Joule's business development strategy and execution,…
January 22, 2010 —
Seahorse Bioscience and the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute (PVLSI) announce an agreement to work together to validate a novel technology developed by Seahorse Bioscience to measure the CO2 (carbon dioxide) production rates of cells.…
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Purchasing power-MassBio negotiates a broad-based collection of services on behalf of member companies and passes the savings on to its members.
Networking and professional development-MassBio organizes and executes numerous conferences, committee meetings, and networking events throughout the year.
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Public policy & Advocacy-As the state's leading advocate for our life science super cluster, we fight for public policy initiatives and tax incentives in Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., that will enable biotechnology companies to do their best work.
Economic development-MassBio provides expert advice and guidance to help companies find suitable locations and resources as they move to and grow in the Bay State. We make Massachusetts a better place for your business.
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Educational incentives-We promote education, workforce development and lifelong learning through the MassBioEd Foundation. The foundation customizes training programs for companies and educational institutions and promotes science in the classroom through BioTeach. MassBio members receive a discount on courses offered by the foundation.