Montana Biotech

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Montana NextGen Project – an analysis of Montana’s economic and community development tools, programs, and funding mechanisms.

Montana needs to do its homework and consider anew what tools and strategies are needed to maximize economic future. Let’s get this work done and then let’s have the conversation about strengthening each of our communities.” Steve Arveschoug, MEDA President and Todd O’Hair, Montana Chamber

The 4th F Fund from the Montana Bioscience Cluster Initiative Now Open to Montana Bioscience Companies

This fund is designed for maximum flexibility in support of new and established businesses and entrepreneurs in the bioscience industry.

Montana Career Opportunities – Lab Technician, Senior Research Scientist, Research Scientist, more… – Expesicor Inc.

Biotech: Expesicor Inc. launches Missoula lab, jobs in search of neurological cures “We’re actively making hires of people who have gone through the University of Montana system. They won’t have to leave the state to…

Montana Bioscience Cluster Initiative

Last April, the Montana Technology Enterprise Center (MonTEC) was one of seven entities nationwide to be awarded an innovation cluster development contract by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Plans for Butte medical training center move forward – The Praxis Center

It will be the first independent, non-profit rural health care training facility in the nation.

Your Financial Support is Requested to Help Develop Montana’s Next Generation of Economic and Community Development Tools – It’s Montana’s Future

We can’t do this work alone. We need your active participation, critical thinking and resources to do the work outlined in the scope of work (see Summary). It’s Montana’s future.

Montana Bioscience Cluster Initiative Internship Database is Looking for Companies to Participate

Our goal is to create a centralized bioscience internship database that will provide access to a wide variety of internships across the state that students from any university in Montana can easily access.

University of Montana Computer Science Researcher Travis Wheeler Earns $1.1M Grant for Machine Learning

The scale of genome sequencing efforts today is breathtaking, and this requires the development of increasingly fast ways to annotate those sequences.

Kalispell, Montana-based Expesicor receives SBIR award from the National Institutes of Health’s HEAL Initiative to develop an objective pain measurement tool

“We’re confident that EXP-1801 will help improve pain treatment and contribute to the development of novel therapies with lower abuse potential.”

Hamilton, Montana’s Rocky Mountain Labs scientists’ research earns prestigious award

This research focused on developing a non-invasive test that would detect the degenerative brain disorder called Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD).