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BioP2P Network Newsletter: Nov 2023

BioP2P Staff The Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is launching a biomanufacturing workforce development program that is geared toward undergraduates.

UMass Lowell Launches Workforce Development Program in Biomanufacturing

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BioP2P Spotlight Series November 2023 Recording

The biomanufacturer Mango Materials opened its Launch Facility at the Easterly Wastewater Treatment Plant in Vacaville, California, the beginning of the first phase of a

Mango Materials Eyes Creation of Biomanufacturing Hub in Vacaville

BioP2P Staff Nature’s Toolbox, a life sciences company building next generation platforms to manufacture RNA and protein, said it raised $47.5 million in a series

NTx Raises $47.5 Million to Advance Next-Generation Biomanufacturing

About 40 percent of all drugs in the Western world are derived from plants. But challenges with producing a reliable supply inherent with materials derived

Addressing Supply-Chain Challenges Underlying Drug Shortages with Synthetic Biology

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