Join the first ever conference connecting human biotechs with the animal health industry.

The goal of this event is to bring together C-Suite members of the human biotech industry, with Directors of External Innovation from leading animal health pharmaceutical companies.  This event will connect the two fields of discuss the clinical and commercial benefits of working partnerships.  Traditionally, innovation in veterinary health has come from parent human pharmaceutical R&D pipelines. Within an increasingly independent and mature animal health industry, new routes to innovation are being established. There are a multitude of exceptional technologies in the human health field that could be used in animal health, but currently there is limited contact between the two areas – this summit aims to connect the two industries.

March 12 -13, 2018 Boston – for more information visit http://www.humanbiotechanimalhealth.com

 

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Register for Bio & Tech Beer on 12/6/17

POSTED on October 24, 2017

Our next Bio & Tech Beer is December 6 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Queen City Brewery on Pine Street in Burlington. Register to attend

Come to one of Burlington’s coolest brewery and enjoy networking with others in the biotech and technology fields while tasting craft beef and pizza!   Whether you’re new to the Vermont biosciences & technology community or want to catch up with old acquaintances we look forward to welcoming you.  Event is hosted by Vermont Biosciences Alliance and Vermont Technology Alliance.

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The Vermont Biosciences Alliance (VBSA) is excited to announce the winner’s of their second annual undergraduate student research award through St. Michaels College.  VBSA is thrilled to have the opportunity to recognize exceptional students and their research in the field of biology.

Jessica Barnett was awarded for best poster.  Jessica is a Biology major from Essex, VT.  She graduated this year summa cum laude, Mentor is Professor Dagan Loisel, Biology Department.

Matthaus Ayres was awarded for best presentation. Matthaus is a Biology major from Yellow Springs, Ohio. He graduated this year magna cum laude, Mentor is Professor Doug Face, Biology Department.

The ” /SMC Undergraduate Student Research Award” is given to students in Recognition of Excellence in Research, Design, Implementation and Communication.