MadREP supports scholarships to send Wisconsin bioscience companies to BIO International Convention, including 16 from the Madison Region
Excerpted from BioForward.org
Twenty Wisconsin bioscience companies, including 16 from the Madison Region, have been awarded scholarships to participate fully in the 2013 Biotechnology Industry Organization’s (BIO) International Convention. All recipients plan to participate in BIO’s partnering events: a one-on-one match-making venue expressly designed to help companies achieve strategic business goals in a time and cost effective way.
The grant fund was assembled by BioForward, and includes funds provided by Marshfield Clinic, Madison Gas & Electric, MadREP, University Research Park, and Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. Scholarship recipients are small bioscience businesses exhibiting a solid technology, strategic approach to participation at BIO 2013, and financial need.
Scholarship recipients from the Madison Region are:
- Anavox/US FoodPharma
- BB Pharma
- C56 Technologies
- GenTel Laboratories LLC
- Primorigen Biosciences