The BIO Coronavirus Hub was launched by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), to connect companies and organizations that have relevant supplies, capacities, and resources to share, with those companies, researchers, or healthcare providers in need of those items. Read more
BD, Bio Nebraska member, announces they’ve submitted Emergency Use Authorization requests to the FDA for new COVID-19 diagnostic tests. Read more
Pfizer, member of Bio Nebraska, has a five-point plan to battle COVID-19. Check out the plan in their recent announcement. Read more
By Julie Anderson Omaha World-Herald staff writer.
The Nebraska Biocontainment Unit at the University of Nebraska Medical Center is ready for future use if needed, after it recently treated three patients with the coronavirus. Read the Omaha World-Herald story. Read more
Rob Owen, our executive director, spoke to Fox 42 KPTM yesterday about how clinical trials, like the University of Nebraska Medical Center announcement to start clinical trials for treatment of the Coronavirus, help to save lives while giving a boost to the Nebraska economy. Read more
After nearly eight years of planning, Becton Dickinson & Company (BD) in Broken Bow prepares for the completion of its new additive lab. Read more
The Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) invites you to share your latest green breakthrough at the 2020 BIO IMPACT Ag & Environment Conference. Read more
By Matt Olberding, Lincoln Journal Star.
Bio Nebraska member, Adjuvance, gets $20 million venture capital investment. Read more
Our executive director, Rob Owen, talks about our organization, our members (including ProTransit Nanotherapy), and what we’ve been up to, like our Women in STEM initiative. Read more
By Julie Anderson Omaha World-Herald staff writer. Read more