Why Maine?
NEW Video & Web Page

The "Why Maine?" project is focused on promoting Maine as a great location for life sciences. We think it beautifully conveys our message that our state is the most enriching community to live and work for bioscience professionals. In addition to the video, we've also added a few new pages to our website to host the video, give information, and provide resources for startups, companies, and employees.

This project was made possible thanks to funding and collaboration with FocusMaine

On-Demand Event:
BioME Virtual Coffee Hour: Why Maine?

Watch our second BioME Virtual Coffee Hour: Why Maine? This month's Coffee Hour event featured Dr. Deborah Bronk (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences), John Konsin (Prapela), and Dr. Toby Ahrens (FocusMaine). The recording is free and available to the public.

Upcoming Event:
BioME Member Cost Savings

As a member of BioME, your company has access to the largest cost savings program geared toward life science companies. BioME, in partnership with BIO Business Solutions, offer BioME members discounts on goods and services your organization routinely purchases.

Join us with BIO Business Solutions and partners on September 30 from 10-11AM to learn how your company can save.

This event is best for CEOs, CFOs, senior management, purchasing managers and controllers but everyone is welcome to participate.
Partner Event:
MCE 2020 Life Sciences Venture Summit

Join MCE from 2-3:30 on October 1st to hear about new Tech Transfer and Commercialization assets in Maine. Never before has there been so many exciting new initiatives focused on supporting new technology commercialization and business development in Maine. Please Zoom in and hear a great line up of panelists describe their new programs. The session is intended to be highly interactive so you'll be able to participate and ask questions.

Maine Science Podcast:
Produced by Maine Science Festival

Maine Science Podcast episodes are conversations with some of the leading scientists, researchers, engineers, and innovators working in Maine, and are a dive into who they are and what they do. The Maine Science Podcast premiered September 3rd, and episodes will be released every two weeks. Available wherever you get your podcasts.
First episode features a bioour Board member, Patrick Breeding, CEO at Marin Skincare.

Eduction:
The Roux Institute opens in Portland!

The mission of the Roux Institute at Northeastern University is centrally focused on cutting-edge research and education that accelerates the Maine Tech and Life Sciences Economy. The campus is actively enrolling learners for the 2020-2021 academic year. BioME member employees interested in pursuing advanced education in fields like Bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Science are encouraged to reach out to the Roux Institute for information on enrollment and available scholarships. The Institute's research portfolio will be focused on the interface of life sciences, engineering, medicine, and artificial intelligence via applied research partnerships designed to support business R&D and catalyze new commercial opportunities.

Welcome New BioME Members

Looma
Faze Medicines
Barbara Lamont
Day Zero Diagnostics
Spotlight Safety, LLC
Flexomics, LLC
Noteworthy Job Openings

EHS Specialist I, Abbott
Lead Scientist - Genomics, IDEXX
Lab Technician, L.A.W. Calibration
Postdoctoral Research Associate, The Roux Institute
Research Assistant I/II/III - RNA Biology, The Jackson Laboratory
Special Applications/OEM Manager, The Baker Company
Controller, MDI Biological Laboratory
Lead MT/MLT - Microbiology, NorDx
Research Fellow, MMCRI

To see these and more openings, please visit our Job Board