15 Illinois-Based Life Sciences Startups Present During iBIO IndEx
PROPEL Awarded Up To $800,000 From the Searle Funds At The Chicago Community Trust For 2017
Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization (iBIO) Changes Name to Reflect its Mission and Role of Member Companies
The Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization (iBIO) today announced that it has changed its name to the Illinois Biotechnology Innovation Organization to better reflect the role its member companies play in developing and advancing new medicines, medical devices and agricultural foods, plants, fuels and chemicals. The use of the iBIO logo will remain the same.
$50,000 Prize to Support PROPEL’s SBIR/STTR Programs
PROPEL Companies Raised $50 million 2016YTD
Jilly Cronin from Oak Park and River Forest High School won the BioGENEius Global Environment Award at the 2016 Internaitonal BIO Convention today.
PROPEL, dedicated to increasing the number and success rate of early-stage life sciences companies in Illinois, announced on April 19 at the 2016 Innovation Showcase on Day 1 of iBIO IndEx that NovaScan won the 2016 PROPEL Business Plan Competition. Over 300 community members watched Craig Davis, CEO of NovaScan, give the winning presentation to life sciences financial investor judges. PROPEL awarded NovaScan a $15,000 cash prize at the end of Tuesday’s event. Congratulations to Craig and the entire NovaScan team!
The iBIO Institute today announced its four iCON Awards Honorees for the tenth annual iBIO Institute’s iCON Awards which is considered by many to be the region’s most prestigious honor for life sciences educators, researchers and civic visionaries.