2014 Biotechnology/Life Sciences Seminar Series
“Translating multidimensional cancer omics data into biological insights”
3:30 p.m., Dec. 3
UNL’s Beadle Center
Kristin Rooney, M.D.
7 p.m., Dec. 8
Vega, 350 Canopy St., #220, Lincoln
Tax update and planning seminar
Scott Wheeler, tax manager
7:30 a.m., Dec. 9
Lutz, 13616 California St., Omaha
7 p.m., Dec. 9
The Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St., Omaha
Swearing-in and inaugural celebrations
Newly elected Gov. Pete Ricketts
Lincoln, various locations
NEBRASKA’S LIFE SCIENCES ADVOCATE
There are few areas of science and technology that hold greater promise for the 21st century than life sciences. Our ability to understand and manipulate living materials can help us solve some of the most significant challenges facing society today.
In Nebraska, the life sciences industry is thriving because its workforce has a flair for technology and the state’s tax incentive programs make it profitable for internationally known companies to expand. Nebraska is home to production facilities for Pfizer, Merck Animal Health, and Novozymes. The above, combined with Nebraska’s major medical centers in Omaha, the University of Nebraska bioscience research centers in Lincoln, and two technology parks, make Nebraska an appealing place for the life sciences community to do business.
Bio Nebraska Life Sciences Association (Bio Nebraska) was formed in 2005 as a nonprofit trade association dedicated to the development and growth of Nebraska’s bioscience industry through:
• Supporting basic research in the life sciences
• Aiding in the development of a highly educated work force; and
• Providing a welcoming environment for attracting new and expanding businesses
Join us in our effort to expand the life sciences in our state. Click here to see the benefits of membership or contact us to discuss the opportunities Bio Nebraska may be able to provide for you.