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This is NewYorkBIO

NewYorkBIO is the life science trade association of New York, dedicated to the development and growth of New York State-based bioscience-related industries and institutions, and to strengthening the competitiveness of New York State as a premier global location for biotechnology/biomedical research, education and industry.

Through our membership of over 200 bioscience companies, world class research institutes, and related professional services biotechnology professionals are able to access the information, resources and assistance they need to make their ventures a success.

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News and Updates

Summer Rooftop Soiree, Aug 14!

Mid-summer. New York City. ROOFTOP. need I say more?

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Get on the boat!

The 2014 NewX2 BioCruise is coming July 9!   REGISTER NOW! Wednesday, July 9, 2014 4:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. New York Harbor World Yacht at Pier 81, Manhattan Ahoy, Mate! Anchors Aweigh! Please Join Us as...

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Registration is open!

Registration is open for NewYorkBIO-Conference 2014 (The 23rd Annual Meeting...

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NYC Tax Credit Alert: Applications due Jan 15

The New York City Biotech Tax Credit compensates small biotech companies and qualified investors for some expenses incurred in 2013. Eligible firms can receive up to $250,000 per year.

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NewYorkBIO & Harlem Biospace Launch Partnership

NewYorkBIO and Harlem Biospace have joined forces to help grow New York’s next generation of life science entrepreneurs. Through a partnership with NewYorkBIO, Harlem Biospace members are eligible to directly join the NewYorkBIO Fellows Program for Life Science Entrepreneurs, which offers a two-year, dues-free member scholarship to NewYorkBIO for emerging companies.

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NYC Offering SBIR/STTR Assistance to 20 Companies

SBIR Impact NYC offers 20 select life sciences and healthcare companies specialized SBIR/STTR application assistance, including a combination of advanced training workshops and 20 hours each in one-on-one expert proposal-development support.

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NYC Launches $100 million life science investment fund

On Dec 3, Deputy Mayor Robert Steele announced that the city is launching the...

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