Delaware Biotechnology Institute

Delaware Biotechnology Institute



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The Delaware Biotechnology Institute is a partnership among government, academia and industry to help establish the First State as a center of excellence in biotechnology and the life sciences. The Institute mission is to facilitate a biotechnology network of people and facilities to enhance existing academic and private-sector research, catalyze unique cross-disciplinary research and education initiatives, and to foster the entrepreneurship that creates high-quality jobs.


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Mar

09

BioGENEius Challenge: DBI helps promote science excellence

DBI hosted the first Delaware BioGENEius Challenge

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Nov

16

Medicago Genome

DBI research team works to sequence, assemble, annotate medicago genome

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May

27

Nobel Prize Winner Honored

Richard F. Heck lauded as 'hero' by leading chemists at UD symposium

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Dec

23

DBI Announces Delaware Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology

The Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI) has announced the Delaware Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology (Bioscience CAT)

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Mar

08

DBI Names Hughes New Associate Director

Alicia Hughes has joined the Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI) as its new associate director

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Mar

17

Researchers to Study Positive Genetic Contributions of Viruses

The positive genetic contributions of viruses to life on Earth will be explored by researchers at the University of Delaware and the Delaware Biotechnology Institute through a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Marine Microbiology Initiative

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Dec

16

Health Honors

We Work for Health honors Sen. Carper during ceremony at DBI

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Aug

29

The Delaware Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) Connect 2 Forum partnered with Life Science Professionals this August

The Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI) teamed up with The Delaware BioScience Association to serve over 65 scientists, engineers and post-docs in the life sciences

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