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News and information from Colorado BioScience Institute and our supporters and partners.
Life Sciences Startups: Applications are open for the new Colorado Life Sciences Incubation Program

The program will offer founders who are developing or commercializing technologies, products, devices, and life-saving breakthroughs the combined expertise and insights of Innosphere, CBSA, and The Institute.  

Colorado BioScience Institute Unveils New Brand and Website

Energetic Identity Emphasizes Investment to Cultivate and Diversify State’s Life Sciences Workforce, From Classroom, to Campus, to Career.

Innosphere Ventures, Colorado BioScience Association, and Colorado BioScience Institute Announce the Colorado Life Sciences Incubation Program 2022 Cohort

Early-Stage Companies in Biotech, Medical Device, Oral Health/Teledentistry, and Health Technology Selected to Take Part in Year-Long, State-Funded Program

Colorado Life Sciences Incubation Program: New Program for Colorado-Based Startups

Colorado BioScience Association is proud to launch a new incubation program for early-stage companies in partnership with Innosphere and our sister organization, Colorado BioScience Institute.

LabXchange Provides Value: Colorado BioScience Institute and Amgen Foundation Support Teacher Trainings in Colorado

Through the generous support of the Amgen Foundation, the Colorado BioScience Institute collaborates with Harvard University’s LabXchange to provide teacher trainings in Colorado. LabXchange sat down with 2022 Colorado Teacher of the Year Autumn Rivera to discuss how LabXchange provides access to resources for her and other rural teachers. Autumn is a 6th grade science teacher at Glenwood Springs Middle School in Roaring Fork School District.

The Colorado BioScience Institute and St. Vrain Valley Schools Receive $435,200 Grant to Advance Workforce Pathways

FREDERICK, Colorado – The Colorado BioScience Institute and St. Vrain Valley Schools have been awarded a $435,200 Workforce Innovation Grant from the Weld County Workforce Development Board in support of the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program in biochemistry at Frederick High School.