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Career 2020 will feature meet-and-match with hiring companies and recruiters at Oregon Bio Digital 2020: Amplifying Diversity of Discovery, Access and Economics conference Nov. 17, 18 and 19 at #OregonBioDigital.
How the Pacific Northwest accelerates and amplifies the growth and diversity of our life science and biotech clusters will be under the microscope at the Oregon Bio Digital 2020: Amplifying Diversity of Discovery, Access and Economics Conference.
The Oregon Bioscience Association invites high school through post-doctoral researchers as well as bio entrepreneurs leading early- and later-stage startups from Oregon and Southwest Washington to compete in Oregon Bio’s expanded pitch events.
On Thursday, July 30, BIPOC leaders and life science experts will convene for Diversity Dialogue: #BeTheChange.
Orgs Team up for #COVID-19 Response: Resource Exchange Platforms Created for Medical/Research/Lab Supplies, Testing Inventory, Equipment and Treatment Capabilities
Major trade organizations Oregon Bioscience Association, Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition, Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership and Built Oregon are working together to establish a resource platform to identify, support and discover availability of care supplies and inventory for research and testing needs to address the unprecedented health pandemic COVID-19.
For makers, manufacturers, project managers, managers and data analysts, making time for training and upskilling employees and leaders could be a key competitive advantage in 2020
Emerging bio companies and researchers are selected to present, showcasing leading thought in bioscience innovation at Oregon Bio 2019: Innovating and Scaling for our Region’s Growth – the conference created for investors, start-up entrepreneurs, executives, researchers and policymakers, happening Oct. 29 in Portland. #OregonBio2019
Oregon Bioscience Association announced the appointments of Peter Barr-Gillespie, Ph.D., Heather Ellis, Ritchard Englehardt, M.A., Tina Guldberg, Lisa Hale, Sean McClain, Todd Predmore, and Sandra Shotwell, Ph.D., to its board.
6/5/2019The Oregon Bioscience Association recently released a new economic impact report, showing that the state’s biopharma and life science industry is continuing to grow at a significant clip.
$10.7 Billion: More Biotech Firms, More Life Research, More Jobs and Higher Industry Wages in Oregon Make an Increasingly Larger Economic Impact in Oregon
Oregon Bioscience Association releases its new economic impact report which points to a highly diverse workforce, combined $10.7 billion footprint and continued notable gains in wages and jobs touching virtually every other sector in the economy, including $1.1 billion in state and federal taxes paid and $3.9 billion in exports
Bozinovic comes from Biocom Institute to join the local bio organization as it turns 30
Jim Greenwood, President and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), and Denise McCarty, Executive Director of the Oregon Bioscience Association, issued statements after Governor Kate Brown (D-OR) signed into law HB 4005.
Oregon Bioscience Association Release: Oregon’s Life Science Industry On Display: Oregon Bioscience Showcase 2017