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Montana BioScience Spring II – 2021 Newsletter

Bioscience is thriving and growing in Montana.

New CWD test developed in Hamilton, Montana’s TSE/Prion Biochemistry Section at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Labs in Hamilton.has potential for eventual use in the wild

Chronic wasting disease is an always fatal infection that afflicts deer, elk and moose.

Tester Secures More Than $32 Million for the Montana Public Health Laboratory

Funds will support lab capacity for the prevention and control of infectious diseases, including COVID-19

Montana Career Opportunities – Electrical Engineer III, Senior Electrical Engineer, Quality Coordinator and more… – Montana Instruments

Montana Instruments is dedicated to building a team that understands the needs of the next generation of researchers worldwide with the skills to develop innovative product solutions to serve those needs. If you are interested…

Bozeman, Montana-based Montana Instruments scientific equipment supplier continues to grow in booming industry – Career Opportunities Available

“To make it simple,” Mauritsen said, “We make really, really, really cold stuff… and cryogenics is the science at low temperatures.”

Montana Bioscience Alliance Winter II 2021 Newsletter

The objective of the 4th “F” Fund (4FF) is to provide direct assistance to Montana Bioscience entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses in need of money for travel to key conferences, small equipment purchases, or temporary staff assistance in relation to proposal development, etc. This fund is designed for maximum flexibility in support of new and established businesses and entrepreneurs in the Bioscience industry.

Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) 2021 Legislative Priorities and Principles

As the State’s lead economic development agency, MEDA comprises more than 225 economic development practitioners and partners serving as leaders dedicated to building Montana’s economy.  MEDA members strive to improve the State’s economy through business creation, expansion, retention, and through the empowerment and diversification of our State’s economic base. 

University of Montana research remains critical even as first COVID vaccines released

Even as coronavirus vaccinations slowly pick up speed across the state and nationwide, researchers at the University of Montana continue to learn more about the virus, and prepare for the next pandemic.

Tonix Pharmaceuticals buys 44 acres in Hamilton, Montana for vaccine production facility

Saying that humans will have to coexist with variations of COVID-19, a pharmaceutical company based in New Jersey plans to open a new production facility in Hamilton for the development of domestic vaccines, including those aimed at coronavirus.

Western Montana’s Biotech Sector is Tackling the Opioid Crisis and it May Just Change Medicine

“NIH calls us and asks us to help them; wants us to give them a project so they can send some money to the University of Montana. We’re going to apply for that every time,”