What the media is reporting about MassBio
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November 5, 2008 —
Even as the economic downturn has forced Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to pursue nearly $1 billion in state spending cuts, officials are finalizing a series of tax credits intended to help grow more life sciences jobs.
The $250 million in tax credits…
October 20, 2008 —
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council today submitted comments in response to the Department of Revenue's Technical Information Release issued earlier this month regarding the implementation of the Life Science Initiative's tax…
October 9, 2008 —
September 16, 2008 —
The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center embraced a study that says Massachusetts must improve, expand and tailor its educational programs and resources designed to prepare students and workers for jobs in life sciences sector, at a board meeting…
September 12, 2008 —
On September 9th, MBC hosted dozens of cancer research companies at a forum to learn about new funding opportunities being offered by the National Cancer Institute. Michael Weingarten and David Beylin from NCI's SBIR program outlined 18 new…
August 27, 2008 —
August 27, 2008—It has been one year since Bob Coughlin took the reins at MBC. In this letter, he shares information on what the council has been doing for members this past year—and where the organization is going next.
August 20, 2008 —
MBC congratulates Dyax for Phase 3 Trial success!
August 4, 2008 —
Measure Will Allow Companies to Redeem Earned but Unusable Tax Credits for CashPresident Bush has signed multi-billion dollar legislation addressing the nation's mortgage and housing crises that also contains an economic stimulus jolt for the…
July 30, 2008 —
After five years of frustration in Congress, biotechnology companies with significant venture capital backing are on the verge of once again qualifying for SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) grants, thanks in large measure to the persistent advocacy…
June 25, 2008 —
On June 16, at Boston's Joslin Diabetes Center, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed into law the state's landmark Life Sciences Initiative (LSI), then immediately flew to San Diego with legislative leadership to tout the plan in front of…