125 search results for Biotech

Lost in the St. Louis biotech cluster? There's a map for that
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/Lost-in-the-St.-Louis-biotech-cluster-There's-a-map-for-that
By Amir Kurtovic Reporter- St. Louis Business Journal St. Louis economic development folks have long talked about creating a biotech cluster to tap into the region's experience in medicine, plant sciences and pharmacology. Now there’s a way to see ...
Lost in the St. Louis biotech cluster? There's a map for that, By Amir Kurtovic Reporter- St, a biotech cluster to tap into the region's experience in medicine, plant sciences and pharmacology. Now there’s a way to see how the plan is working out, with a new interactive map of biotech companies, website, an effort to connect the different segments of the biotech world and provide a tool the community, . It also includes a profile of Elizabeth Noonan, the person responsible for biotech companies
(Newsmagazine Network) Biotech Powerhouse: West County companies gain international reputation
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(newsmagazine-network)-biotech-powerhouse-west-county-companies-gain-international-reputation
In July, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center announced a $45 million expansion to make room for 100 new scientists at the Creve Coeur facility. And just this month, the Danforth Center hosted the fifth annual Ag Innovation Showcase, drawing a global cohort of companies, investors, entrepreneurs and thought leaders in biotechnology. 
(Newsmagazine Network) Biotech Powerhouse: West County companies gain international reputation, a national – perhaps, even global – biotech research hub? “Yes, it is,” said Sam Fiorello, COO, & Development Growth (BRDG, pronounced “Bridge”) Park, a space for post-incubator biotech companies, the Helix Biotech Incubator and Monsanto are all within about a 1-mile radius. If you zoom out from this dense neighborhood of biotech activity, you will find a robust research and startup community
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Partnership benefits students, biotech initiative
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(St.-Louis-Post-Dispatch)-Partnership-benefits-students-biotech-initiative
by Steve Giegerich, St. Louis Post-Dispatch A machinist by trade, Dave Busby puzzled over the biotechnology positions that popped up after he listed "technician" as the key word in the Internet job search he launched during the summer of 2008. "I ...
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Partnership benefits students, biotech initiative , By Steve Giegerich, St. Louis Post-Dispatch A machinist by trade, Dave Busby puzzled over the biotechnology, . Three years later, the former autoworker not only understands what biotech entails but, at 54, he, . Louis as an international hub for biotech research, development and, ultimately, production, competition St. Louis faces from other regions that have made biotech an economic priority. Those
(St. Louis Business Journal) Year in Review: Monsanto’s $1 billion acquisition, Danforth growth were key in biotech
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(st.-louis-business-journal)-year-in-review-monsanto-s-1-billion-acquisition-danforth-growth-were-key-in-biotech
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center embarked on its own project, a $45 million expansion that will add a three-story building to its campus and make space for another 100 researchers.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Year in Review: Monsanto’s $1 billion acquisition, Danforth growth were key in biotech, Monsanto Co. made good on its promise to grow its suite of tools for farmers, weather models. The largest deal in St. Louis’ biotech scene in 2013, announced Oct. 2, ,” the local biotech startup scene saw the BioGenerator accelerator launch plans this year to triple, in follow-on funding. And in 2013, the CORTEX biotech district also got a boost with news
(St. Louis Business Journal) Ag Innovation Showcase (and BBQ) could bring new biotech companies to St. Louis
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(St.-Louis-Business-Journal)-Ag-Innovation-Showcase-(and-BBQ)-could-bring-new-biotech-companies-to-St.-Louis
St. Louis Business Journal by Amir Kurtovic, Reporter Date: Thursday, September 13, 2012, 10:46am CDT The event is a gathering of promising agricultural technology and bioscience companies, venture capitalists and economic development officials. S ...
(St. Louis Business Journal) Ag Innovation Showcase (and BBQ) could bring new biotech companies to St. Louis, St. Louis Business Journal by Amir Kurtovic, Reporter Date: Thursday, September 13, 2012, 10:46am CDT The event is a gathering of promising agricultural technology and bioscience, biotech incubator. “In addition to consulting services, mentoring and business development, . And if the incubators, investors and other biotech companies in St. Louis don’t motivate any
(St. Louis Public Radio) Community College Innovation Builds Skilled Biotech Workforce
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(st.-louis-public-radio)-community-college-innovation-builds-skilled-biotech-workforce
Located at BRDG Park at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, the STLCC Center for Plant and Life Sciences and its contract research organization, BioBench, is a national model for addressing skilled workforce needs by embedding education and training within a research park.
(St. Louis Public Radio) Community College Innovation Builds Skilled Biotech Workforce, By EILENE LYONS The seeds for the St. Louis biotech boom began as early as 1998 when St. Louis leaders recognized a perfect confluence of key ingredients for growth in plant and life sciences: the geographic, necessary to support biotech investment and infrastructure in St. Louis. Located at BRDG Park, education. BioBench is an R&D-based contract research organization (CRO) that takes in basic biotech
(St. Louis Business Journal) Job satisfaction: Biotech, yes. Law, not so much
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(St.-Louis-Business-Journal)-Job-satisfaction-Biotech-yes-Law-not-so-much
St. Louis Business Journal - by Rick Desloge Monica Schmidt, a doctoral level senior research scientist, and Matt Stevens, a senior laboratory technician, have both found a key to being happy on the job. The two Donald Danforth Plant Science Center ...
(St. Louis Business Journal) Job satisfaction: Biotech, yes. Law, not so much, St. Louis Business Journal - by Rick Desloge Monica Schmidt, a doctoral level senior research scientist, and Matt Stevens, a senior laboratory technician, have both found a key to being happy on the job. The two Donald Danforth Plant Science Center employees picked careers in biotechnology. That boosted them, findings from job site CareerBliss.com, which said biotech employees scored high on three “happiness
(Talking Biotech Podcast) Control of Aflatoxin in Groundnut
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(talking-biotech-podcast)-control-of-aflatoxin-in-groundnut
Dilip Shah and a team of researchers worked to devise a multi-faceted plan to protect groundnut from fungal infections.
(Talking Biotech Podcast) Control of Aflatoxin in Groundnut, Dilip Shah and a team of researchers worked to devise a multi-faceted plan to protect groundnut from fungal infections. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(Food Security and Ag-Biotech News) Grants Aim to Fight Malnutrition
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(Food-Security-and-Ag-Biotech-News)-Grants-Aim-to-Fight-Malnutrition-
Source: Nature News Author: Anjali Nayar The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has announced nearly US$20 million in new grants to help get nutritionally enhanced rice and cassava to Asian and African farmers. The grants will help in the developme ...
(Food Security and Ag-Biotech News) Grants Aim to Fight Malnutrition , Source: Nature News Author: Anjali Nayar The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has announced nearly US$20 million in new grants to help get nutritionally enhanced rice and cassava to Asian and African farmers. The grants will help in the development, testing, and marketing of "Golden Rice," which is fortified with vitamin A, in the Philippines and Bangladesh, and "BioCassava Plus," a tuber fortified with vitamin A, iron
(St. Louis Business Journal) NewLeaf Sees the Future of Biotech, and it's Pink
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(st.-louis-business-journal)-newleaf-sees-the-future-of-biotech-and-it's-pink
The Post Dispatch recently interview Tom Laurita about NewLeaf and its experiences in St. Louis.
(St. Louis Business Journal) NewLeaf Sees the Future of Biotech, and it's Pink, By Tim Barker The Post Dispatch recently interview Tom Laurita, CEO, NewLeaf Symbiotics about their experience in St. Louis. How long do you expect it to be before you bring products to the commercial market? We are looking right now at an initial commercial product in 2015. We have a favorable opportunity based on the analysis of the safety of the bacteria that will allow us to introduce some