Biotech

Sorry, we couldn't find any posts. Please try a different search.

Stressed? Study shows light shone on the head and belly helps

“Today, the area of research into the gut-brain axis is generating great scientific interest and is a very promising field for the possible treatment of diseases of the nervous system.”

How ecosystem mapping can aid your region – May 21, 2024, 1:00 p.m. MDT – Online

In this TBED Community of Practice webinar, experts from EcoMap and SourceLink will demonstrate how they approach developing ecosystem maps tailored to your region, as well as strategies to keep these tools up-to-date and seamlessly incorporated into your daily operations. This webinar will provide the actionable insights needed to integrate ecosystem mapping into your organization’s strategic toolkit.

AI combats food waste in kitchens in real time and An AI-powered platform uses a smartphone to measure the quality of fruits and vegetables

Using an automated quality control and data analytics platform, Clarifruit is helping to reduce that waste. The company’s ‘quality-control-as-a-service’ platform provides rapid, consistent analyses of fresh produce for growers, wholesalers, and retailers. The cloud-based platform eliminates the uncertainty and variability of manual inspections and provides objective measurements of fresh produce.

Missoula, Montana based CLEARAS Water Recover Inc. lands DOE grant to advance carbon capture tech

CLEARAS, located off Clark Fork Lane in Missoula, uses a plant-based approach to recover nutrients from municipal and industrial wastewater, which delivers water quality that meets or exceeds current and future regulations.

Montana Economic Developers Association 2024 Spring Conference – 4/23-25 – Red Lodge

We are excited to the host the MEDA Spring Conference in Red Lodge, Montana from April 23rd – 25th.

Chronic wasting disease: Death of 2 hunters in US raises fear of ‘zombie deer’

The recent report of two hunters who developed neurological diseases after eating infected deer meat has scientists concerned that ‘zombie deer disease’ could pass to humans as mad cow disease did.

The path to a better tuberculosis vaccine runs through Missoula, Montana based Inimmune

Jay Evans, the director of the University of Montana center and the chief scientific and strategy officer and a co-founder of Inimmune, a privately held biotechnology company in Missoula, said his team has been working on a TB vaccine for 15 years. The private-public partnership is developing vaccines and trying to improve existing vaccines, and he said it’s still five years off before the TB vaccine might be distributed widely.

New software helps urban planners digitally test different transport options for carbon reduction

The company is building Digital, Measurement, Reporting and Verification (DMRV) software to track urban transport decarbonisation efforts. The platform will measure and certify carbon credits for organisations working to clean up, strengthen, and improve urban public transport options. 

BioScience under the Big Sky Spring 2024 Newsletter

The Montana Bioscience Alliance serves as a hub for Montana’s biotechnology companies, entrepreneurs, laboratories, hospitals, clinics and universities to commercialize, grow and sustain globally competitive bioscience companies — ultimately to create high-quality jobs and economic opportunity in Montana.

Prospera receives $60,000 grant from Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines and Wells Fargo through the Member Impact Fund

Grant program supports affordable housing and community development