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East Bay Bio Gets a Boost with Federal Grant

Thanks to a major effort from the East Bay EDA, and participating cities including Fremont, five federal agencies have invested $2.2 million over three years in order to form the East Bay Biomedical Manufacturing Network. The objective of the Network is t…
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“Born Here, Built Here, Best Here” — California Shines at World’s Largest Biotech Convention

The World Cup is not the only place where countries are coming together, all seeking the same prize. This week, countries, regions, and companies from across the globe flocked to California for the 2014 BIO International Convention, taking their best “sho…
http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/06/born-here-built-here-best-here-california-shines-worlds-largest-biotech-convention

Diary of a New Niche Diagnostics Center—Construction Finishes on Thermo Fisher Scientific Facility

Secretly, you may want to add a few years to the projected completion date of a complex construction project, to help account for potential delays. But this was not the case for the construction of the new 275,000-square-foot Thermo Fisher Scientific Nich…
http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/10/diary-new-niche-diagnostics-centerconstruction-finishes-thermo-fisher-scientific-facility

Life Sciences Industry Has Clean Bill of Health

In addition to our new cleantech blog series, we will be shining light on some of the Bay Area’s most knowledgeable experts in the life sciences industry. They will be sharing their personal stories, the challenges most life science companies overcome, an…
s most knowledgeable experts in the life sciences industry. They will be sharing their persona…s take on life sciences in Fremont and his vision for the industry. http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/02/life-sciences-industry-has-clean-bill-health

Proud to Call Fremont Home

We recently met with Michael Raab, CEO of Ardelyx Inc., a biotechnology company focused on the discovery, development, and commercialization of therapies to treat cardio-renal, GI, and metabolic diseases. This interview with Mike is the latest installment…
w with Mike is the latest installment in our life sciences blog series. Here…ng up shop in Fremont and his vision for the life sciences industry in Fremont http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/02/proud-call-fremont-home

Silicon Valley Helps Elevate California’s Biomedical Industry

Our life sciences blog series continues. In this latest installment, we caught up again with Gregory Theyel, program director of the Biomedical Manufacturing Network. The Biomedical Manufacturing Network is convened by a partnership of regional entities f…
tor of Biomedical Manufacturing Network Our life sciences blog series continues. In this latest instal http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/04/silicon-valley-helps-elevate-californias-biomedical-industry

Our Favorite Blogs Part 4: Life Sciences Blogs — Accessible Info for the Non-scientist

From Retail to Life Sciences, it takes all sorts of industries to create a vibrant local economy. Fremont’s life sciences companies are working on new technologies to improve lives. From creating new bio-medical devices, to assisting with the healing and …
From Retail to Life Sciencess life sciences companies are working on new technologies to…scientist. LS CONNECT LS CONNECT is a life sciences industry blog for the Intellectual Property http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/09/our-favorite-blogs-part-4-life-sciences-blogs-accessible-info-non-scientist

SJSU Students Shine at 8th Annual Bay Area Biomedical Device Conference

It’s safe to assume that the majority of the audience that attended this year’s Bay Area Biomedical Device Conference came for the latest updates on industry leaders in biomed innovation. We can also assume that they were pleasantly surprised by the impre…
http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/04/sjsu-students-shine-8th-annual-bay-area-biomedical-device-conference

Top 5 Bay Area Biomed Hot Spots

Last week, industry publication BioSpace released an article entitled the “Top 5 Bay Area Biomed Hot Spots” based on the data in our new biomedical infographic. Fremont was featured along with Sunnyvale, San Jose, San Francisco, and Berkeley as “hot spot…
http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2016/07/top-5-bay-area-biomed-hot-spots