406-896-5876 Feel free to call us!
info@montanabio.org Get in touch today!
1500 University Drive Apsaruke Hall #111, Billings, Montana 59101
toggle menu
Bioscience About

Spring 2013 Newsletter

Click Here to download our Spring 2013 E-Newsletter

SBIR Insider Newsletter

SBIR Insider Newsletter  January 28, 2013 Dear SBIR Insider, We are off and running with HHS/NIH releasing their large omnibus SBIR/STTR solicitation that remains open all year, with 6 separate receipt dates (includes AIDS related topics that have 3 of their own dates). The DoD released their FY-2013A STTR solicitation, which is usually their largest […]

SBIR Insider Newsletter

Hello 2013 January 13, 2013 Dear SBIR Insider, Welcome to the new Year! I hope you had a good holiday closeout to 2012, and are ready for a very unpredictable 2013. We have a few important issues for you concerning the SBA Size Standard (eligibility) final rule, and new information on the effects of the […]

July 2012 E-Newsletter

Click Here to download our July 2012 E-Newsletter

The 2012 Business Resources Division Summer Newsletter

The Montana Department of Commerce has created this quarterly newsletter to update you on the status of our business resources financing programs and other program news. Contact information for each program is provided. Feel free to contact any Business Resources staff when you have questions about our programs, or to discuss potential applications. Download the […]

October 2005

Welcome to the first issue of Montana BioScience, a quarterly newsletter from the Montana BioScience Alliance designed to serve and connect our state’s biotechnology and biomedical firms, research institutes, hospitals with research and clinical trials capacity, and the very strong life sciences and related engineering presence within our universities. [button url=”http://mtbio.montanawebservices.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/October2005.htm” target=”_blank” size=”small” style=”limegreen” ]View […]

February 2006

This month we’re taking a look at agricultural applications of biotechnology, inspired by a fact of the week from the Progressive Policy Institute: Across the globe, 222 million acres of land are planted with biotech crops, with the US accounting for over half of biotech crop acreage – about 125 million acres. [button url=”http://mtbio.montanawebservices.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/February2006.htm” target=”_blank” […]

May 2006

We’re a few weeks away from the first Montana BioScience Alliance Annual Meeting! The meeting will feature speakers on a range of exciting topics focusing on the future of BioScience in Montana and the entire nation. [button url=”http://mtbio.montanawebservices.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/May2006.htm” target=”_blank” size=”small” style=”limegreen” ]View Newsletter[/button]

September 2006

Thanks to everyone who attended the Montana BioScience Alliance’s first annual meeting! If you haven’t yet looked, please visit our new website, www.montanabio.org. Members, please look in the members only area for special content including access to the Alliance’s blog (members are welcome to post updates and information) and soon, the clinical trials database. If […]

December 2006

Happy holidays to our members and supporters! We’re looking forward to working with you in 2007. Montana State University has made available for license a tolerizing agent for autoimmune, inflammatory and allergic reactions. The fusion protein is effective at extremely low doses to induce antigen-specific host tolerance in oral or nasal applications. A patent is […]

March 2007

Spring is here, and we’re already bustling with activity. After a successful February legislative recption in Helena, we’re gearing up for a panel at the April Economic Development Summit in Butte, and the annual meeting (which will be in July). More information about the Summit – and some of Senator Baucus’s recent accomplishments for Montana’s […]

August 2007

Our next roundtable will be October 18, in Missoula, in conjunction with the grand opening of the new GlaxoSmithKline facility. We’ll send more details as they are finalized.Montana Bioscience Alliance board member Gary Christianson recently resigned from GlaxoSmithKline to become COO of Biomira, a Washington State-based company which develops therapeutic products for cancer treatment. Although […]