BayBio is pleased to announce the Spring 2015 FAST Companies. The fourth cycle of the acclaimed FAST program kicked off on March 24th, when the five selected companies presented to a group of esteemed advisors who will work with the companies this spring. The selected companies represent a promising assortment of life science companies and were selected by an expert review panel. Two of the companies are developing therapeutics, two are developing tools, and the fifth is a synthetic biology company.
Silicon Valley Bank has published the results of the 2015 Innovation Economy Outlook — the bank’s sixth annual study of executives’ perceptions in the innovation sector. Each year, SVB asks questions of innovation economy executives to determine how their companies are performing and what challenges and opportunities they see emerging.
In an effort to improve visibility to the Bay Area life sciences community, the North Bay Life Sciences Alliances published a cost comparison to demonstrate savings companies can achieve by locating to the North Bay.
BayBio Partner Bayer HealthCare and Aronora, Inc. today announced its strategic alliance to manufacture Aronora’s AB-022 compound for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. As a tenant of the U.S. CoLaborator, Bayer’s life sciences incubator facility based in San Francisco, Aronora will partner with Bayer HealthCare’s Global Biologics Development group in Berkeley for the pre-clinical manufacturing of AB-022.
Silicon Valley Bank’s proprietary analysis of IPOs and private merger and acquisition transactions of venture capital-backed companies between 2005 and 2014 showed a strong increase in activity for the second year in a row.
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BayBio Fellow and Spring 2014 FAST company Applied Molecular Transport announced a research collaboration and license agreement with Janssen Biotech.
Early-Bird registration saves ticket buyers $400 compared to the standard registration. Its just one of several ticket packages put in place to help members save on admission. Here are five ways to save.
The two-day, statewide industry event returns to San Francisco brings together two of the world’s largest and most productive life science clusters — San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego — to promote California as a global innovation engine. If you need to generate new leads and access decision makers, CALBIO2015 is the venue.
The Top 10 list from FasterCures is a very good summary of 2015 trends and issues published in HuffPost Science on January 20. Margaret Anderson, executive director at FasterCures, provided HuffPost with the top 10 issues and trends the organization is watching this year.