Bio+Tech18 Conference

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Presented by the Maryland Tech Council, Bio+Tech18 reflects the changing landscape where life science and technology converge by bringing together more than 400 professionals in both fields so that they may meet and forge new partnerships that will lead to great new discoveries. In its third year, the Bio+Tech18 Conference will continue to bring together [….]

Women In Bio Capital Region Presents: “HERstory Gala 2018: Honoring Outstanding Women in Biotech”

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Women In Bio Capital Region Presents: “HERstory Gala 2018: Honoring Outstanding Women in Biotech” The HERstory Gala is the premier event for the Women In Bio (WIB) Capital Region chapter and supporters. The Gala will be held on December 13, 2018 from 7pm-10pm at VisArts in Rockville. This elegant event attracts men and women from [….]

MTC’s 30th Anniversary Industry Awards Celebration

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The 2018 Industry Awards Celebration will be Maryland Tech Council’s 30th year of recognizing the companies and individuals in the Washington, DC region who make a difference. The Tech Council ignites the power of three by bringing together a trio of industries that are accelerating our local ecosystem—technology, life sciences, and healthcare/health IT. It’s our [….]

2018 Lifetime Achievement Gala

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Maryland Tech Council’s annual Lifetime Achievement Gala is a black-tie optional dinner where we honor those who have exceeded expectations through their career to serve the technology and life science communities. Award recipients display commitment and leadership, both in the field and within their organizations. They have been instrumental in cultivating new ideas and encouraging [….]

This UMD Program is Solving Critical Challenges for both Startups & Commercial Biotechs

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Get to know The Biotech Research & Education Program Three of the top challenges that most start-up biotech companies experience are a lack of (1) the laboratory and equipment resources, (2) the skilled manpower and (3) the money that they need to scale their technology. Without these three components good technology will either sit on the shelf awaiting the needed funding [….]

In Conversation with Deborah Hemingway, PhD Candidate and Entrepreneur

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Welcome back to In Conversation, a series of conversations with thought leaders and disruptors in the BioHealth Capital Region. This week we’re talking with an up-and-coming mover and shaker, Deborah Hemingway, PhD candidate at the University of Maryland, College Park. Graduating this December with a degree in biophysics and landing a job as a CEO for a [….]