A new nonprofit formed by graduate students is helping biotech companies afford needed services.
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With 60 members and growing, South Dakota Biotech helps foster collaboration and common goals among the state’s diverse biotech industry. At the center of it is executive director Joni Johnson, who shared with us what’s new in her world.
“I’d convinced myself that was what we needed to do. Take on more, staff, get a bigger office, just grow, grow, grow.” Sound familiar? You’ll want to learn what Passenger Productions did after working with experts at Cain Ellsworth.
Another crowdfunding round launched this week for the next generation of Jamstik digital guitars, some of which are manufactured in Sioux Falls.
From new stem cell trials to diabetes research, Sanford Health is sharing some significant research updates at this week’s Vatican conference.
South Dakota Biotech will hold a networking event April 30 at the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship, aimed at industry members and anyone wanting to connect with the biotech community.
Kurt Loudenback had built a successful career helping lead other companies but decided to run his own 15 years ago. The lessons he learned can help other entrepreneurs as he joins the board at Zeal.