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Marshall Bloom Named to Montana BioScience Alliance Hall of Fame

“Each year we choose one person to enter into our Hall of Fame. We are thrilled to honor Dr. Bloom this year and to recognize his contributions to Rocky Mountain Laboratories and Montana.”

Montana BioScience Alliance (member of BIO) Announces new Vaccine Educational Website

The goal of the website is to address frequent questions about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine development, with a specific focus on educating both providers and the general public in the US.

“We’re In This Together” Update MEDA Fall Conference and Candidate Forum Agenda – 10/13-15 – Online – Register Now!

The agenda has some interactive segments – look it over and be prepared to share.  Thank you!

MSU TechLink receives federal grant to help high-tech companies

The program places particular emphasis on helping women and socially or economically disadvantaged individuals, and applicants from underrepresented or rural areas compete in the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

University of Montana Receives $33.4 Million, Largest Single Research Award in Its History

Dr. Jay Evans, principle investigator on this award and director of UM’s Center for Translational Medicine, said this is a great opportunity for UM and Missoula to make an impact on a local and global health crisis.

University of Montana Listed Among Best Universities for Solving the Coronavirus Pandemic

UM received the recognition for its vital vaccine research, conducted in the Center for Translational Medicine.

Governor Bullock visits FYR Diagnostics lab developing new rapid COVID test in Missoula, Montana

“It’s really exciting to see what FYR’s doing, and any assistance that we can provide, of course, we will.” Gov. Steve Bullock

XPrize to give $5 million to creator of cheap, fast COVID-19 testing

Tech giants including Google and Amazon pledged support for a $5 million competition to accelerate cheap and fast COVID-19 testing in the U.S.

Montana Next Generation of Community and Economic Development Tools Report Released; Your Input and Recommendations Requested by July 27th

To help us prioritize our next steps, I am asking you to complete our brief survey at   so we can hear from you – what topics and themes interest you. 

Inimmune raises $22 Million in Series A Funding Led by Two Bear Capital – Investment believed to be largest Series A funding in state history – Montana Career Opportunity

“We are excited to partner with Two Bear Capital for this Series A investment. We could have looked outside of Montana for investors but were happy to find a local VC firm that connected with our vision to grow a world-class biotech company right here in Montana,” said Dr. Jay Evans, President and CEO at Inimmune.