Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO)
BioSurplus is the exclusive partner for equipment resale and asset management services for the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) through its Business SolutionsSM group purchasing program. The benefits offered through this partnership are available to members of BIO and 32 state/regional biotechnology associations.
BioSurplus is the exclusive provider of surplus laboratory equipment sales and asset management services for BayBio. BayBio is an independent, non-profit trade association serving the life science industry in Northern California with over 400 members.
BioSurplus is the exclusive provider of surplus laboratory equipment sales and asset management services for BIOCOM. BIOCOM is the largest life science regional trade association in the world representing more than 450 biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device companies in San Diego and Southern California.
The Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association (WBBA) is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving the life sciences industry in the state of Washington. Our more than 450 members include organizations engaged in, or supportive of, research, development and commercialization of life science technologies and who represent the heart of Washington’s life sciences community. Learn more at www.washbio.org
The Oregon Bioscience Association
The Oregon Bioscience Association provides a unified voice for the Oregon bioscience community by:
- Representing the bioscience research-to-commercialization process
- Accelerating the growth of the biosciences industry in all parts of Oregon
- Enhancing the state’s bioscience business and research climate
- Helping attract and retain bioscience talent and companies
- Vigorously working to improve the quality of the bioscience workforce
- Partnering with government at all levels to achieve its goals
Please visit us at www.oregonbio.org
The mission of Bio Nebraska is to be the champion of biotechnology and an advocate for its member organizations promoting academic, industry, and government partnerships to foster the growth of life sciences within Nebraska through:
- Supporting basic research in the life sciences
- Aiding in the development of a highly educated work force; and
- Providing a welcoming environment for attracting new and expanding businesses
Learn more at www.bionebraska.org
The Arizona BioIndustry Association (AZBio)
The Arizona BioIndustry Association (AZBio) is comprised of member organizations in business, research, government, and other professions involved in biosciences across Arizona and across the country. AZBio provides access to the key resources, connections, and information that supports its Members ability to Connect, Collaborate, Innovate and Succeed thus supporting the growth of a thriving economic ecosystem for Arizona’s Bioscience Industry.
For over 20 years, NYBA has been an active and vocal champion for New York’s life science industry. Through the Association’s education and advocacy efforts in both Albany and Washington DC, NYBA has focused its resources on building a powerful innovation force in New York State by working to create an economic atmosphere that rewards entrepreneurism, expands access to capital, invests in the industry’s future, and protects patient access to life saving therapies.
Georgia Bio is the private, non-profit association that promotes the life sciences industry and university research in Georgia. Members include pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies, research universities and institute, medical centers, government groups and other business organizations working to improve the health and well-being of people, animals and the environment.
The North Carolina Biosciences Organization (NCBIO) is the trade association for North Carolina’s life science community. As a statewide nonprofit advocacy organization, NCBIO works with federal, state and local officials to improve North Carolina’s attractiveness as a location for life science discovery, innovation and commercialization.
MichBio is a non-profit association representing more than 600 biotechnology companies, universities and academic institutions dedicated to advancing Michigan’s biotechnology industry. MichBio is the state’s leading advocate for the biosciences sector. MichBio fosters an environment that educates the public and policy makers, influences public policy and advances the economic interests of its member companies and the industry as a whole.