BioMed|Tech

INNOVATE – CONNECT – ACCELERATE

Advancing NH’s Life Sciences
Innovation Ecosystem

New Hampshire’s dynamic life sciences industry is at the forefront of developing life-saving services, treatments, drugs, medical devices, diagnostics, research and advanced health technologies. BioMed|Tech brings this sector together with academia and government for the advancement of innovative solutions to meet today’s and tomorrow’s medical needs.

Active In NH

BioMed|Tech hosts six events per year, held at various company sites and academic institutions across the state, with attendance ranging from 75 to 250 attendees. Events span a broad range of areas including:

1. Emerging Technologies
2. Workforce Development
3. Regulatory/Health Policy
4. Business Development and Partnerships
5. ARMI|BioFabUSA
6. Intra and Inter-Industry Networking

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BioTech Philly 2019

Mission

Our mission is to further strengthen New Hampshire’s Tech Sector and advance NH’s BioMed|Tech leadership position – focused specifically in the biotechnology, pharma, medical devices and general health technology arena – by providing industry-relevant services, programs and support to NH’s ever-growing ecosystem of patient health-centric companies. NH is part of an extraordinary, world-leading life sciences ecosystem – not just as a border state to Massachusetts (the nucleus of our New England regional ecosystem) – but also as a significant contributor with several companies and institutions providing life-changing and life-saving services, treatments, drugs, medical devices, research, innovation and advanced health technologies.

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ARMI event on April 4th

The New Hampshire Tech Alliance (Alliance), held its first BioMed|Tech event of the year on Thursday, April 4 focusing on the expanded partner ecosystem of the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI).

The event highlighted the significant progress ARMI has made since its summer 2017 launch and included remarks from some of the leaders at ARMI, including Dean Kamen and Dr. Thomas Bollenbach, as well as NH Commissioner of Business and Economic Affairs, Taylor Caswell. Efforts to make scalable tissues and organ manufacturing a reality, including ecosystem partnerships, the new Tissue Foundry & Incubator and economic and workforce development efforts, were discussed. See photos from the event.

Learn more about the April 4th event.

Read more about the growth of NH Regenerative Manufacturing ecosystem.

 

 

BMT ARMI event 4-4-19

New In 2019...

Introducing the new BioMed|Tech Cluster “Industry Spotlight” Series

This new “Industry Spotlight” series is being introduced this year in response to feedback from our Members. The objective is to bring greater awareness of the various BMT companies in NH, by holding events at specific company venues. This is a great opportunity for a BMT company to tell their story, followed by an industry-relevant tech talk about a topic specific to the host company or a broader topic of interest across BMT – like workforce development, regulatory/health policy, cybersecurity, digital health, or emerging technologies. Programming will also include a company tour and networking.

Our 2019 “Spotlight” lineup includes:

*May 1st: Exclusive Leadership Luncheon at Lonza Biologics.

June 14th: Foxx Life Sciences

October 10th: Novocure

November 21st: Sunrise Labs

*Read an article from Seacoast Online about the May 1st event.

Past Events

November 1

Fall Regulatory Panel/QC Lab Open House
Lyophilization Services of New England – Bedford, NH

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October 3

NH Entrepreneurship: Best Practices for Starting or Expanding Your Business in NH
DEN Innovation Center – Hanover, NH

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August 16

Millyard Mingle – A BioMedITech Networking Event
Millyard Museum, 200 Bedford Street Manchester, NH

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May 15

Focus on Life Sciences and Workforce
Keene State College, Keene, NH

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April 5

Regional View of Regenerative Medicine
ARMI|BioFabUSA, Manchester, NH

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Video of Dean Kamen, interviewed by PC Magazine