What the media is reporting about MassBio
News from the biotechnology industry
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February 27, 2014 —
The agenda is coming together for the MassBio Annual Meeting, being held April 3-4 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge. Program sessions will include discussions on rebuilding the industry’s reputation, mobile technologies and 3D printing,…
February 27, 2014 —
Dr. Thomas Südhof, who won the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for his work with autism research, meets Timmy Supple, 9. As part of his research, Südhof has been studying the genes of Timmy and his brother Stuart since 2009.
February 24, 2014 —
Four entrepreneur teams will work with industry mentors to bring innovations to next level
February 24, 2014 (CAMBRIDGE, MA) — Startups aiming to prevent PTSD, treat a rare genetic disease with no current treatment, measure a diabetic’s blood…
February 11, 2014 —
New Employee Perks program offers discounts at many venues!
Employees of MassBio member companies are now eligible for significant discounts at more than a dozen local retailers and service providers.
The MassBio Employee Perks Program…
January 29, 2014 —
This week, MassBio and the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) convened a group of regulatory experts in Massachusetts to discuss a new U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Survey Initiative. BIO will be
launching a FDA Continuous…
January 21, 2014 —
Submit YOUR nominee for the 2014 MassBio Leading Impact Award!
(Nominations are due by close of February 21)
Our industry is supported by innovators within the industry as well as in the arena of property development and local, regional, and state…
January 7, 2014 —
2014 Futures in Life Sciences (FILS) Series
Are you a current graduate student (MBA, MPH, JD, Eng, Ph.D., MD etc), post doctoral fellow, or medical resident, interested in learning about the variety of career paths that exist within the life sciences…
December 12, 2013 —
On December 12, 2013, industry leaders released a new Biomanufacturing Super Cluster Report at a launch event held at MassBio.
This Biomanufacturing Super Cluster Report presents Massachusetts’ biopharmaceutical industry with the plan to…
December 6, 2013 —
A group of respected scholars is studying how the tax code impacts the decisions of corporations that do business both in the U.S. and internationally. The researchers are particularly interested in the potential impact of certain reform proposals, such…
November 20, 2013 —
Family finds hope at Franciscan Hospital
In an infant hospital bed at Franciscan Hospital for Children, 8-month-old Liam Medina brightens up the room with his laughter, despite being born with multiple pterygium syndrome—a rare disease,…