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.
Augusta University’s Mark Larson exemplifies the kind of biotech talent that is finding success in South Dakota. And he said students there have some of the best research opportunities anywhere.
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.
The emerging concept of “One Health” uses the interconnectedness of all living things to address disease outbreaks. Sioux Falls CEO Eddie Sullivan weighs in on why his sector — and company — are positioned to help.
The operation started with little fanfare last fall, but what’s happening inside its lab could bring dozens of biotech jobs to Sioux Falls and improve animal genetics for farmers worldwide.