Welcome to Life Science Tennessee's website. Browse around for expanded industry and committee reports as well as regularly updated news and events.
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Thank you for visiting the Life Science Tennessee website. The site has a number of eatures and resources for our members and the life sciences community in Tennessee. Take a look around and let us know what you think.
While you are here please take a look at our various areas of work. LifeSciTN is committed to supporting the life sciences industry in Tennessee and I encourage you to join now if you are not already a member. Much of the support generated for the industry is coordinated though our committees: workforce development, entrepreneurship and economic development, programming, policy and advocacy, and our new bio-agriculture committee. We encourage all members to become engaged in a committee of their choosing.
We also provide ample networking and educational opportunities throughout the year. Check out the calendar of events. I look forward to seeing you at an event soon or working with you on the many important issues for our growing industry.
-- Sam Lynch, Chairman of the Board
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Life Science Tennessee News
New law could bolster Tennessee's life science industry - June 4, 2013
Lab License Bill Will Help Grow Biotech Industry in Tennessee - April 23, 2013
Sam Lynch of BioMimetics to Chair Life Science Tennessee Board of Directors - December 18, 2012
- Targeted for Growth
This industry report provides a glimpse into the life sciences industry in Tennessee.
- Biopurchasing Plan
Gain access to more than $100 million purchasing volume in a national buying consortium.
- Academic Alliance
Connect with other life science and business graduates students, post-docs and adminstrators to network and learn.
- Workforce Development
Demand for life science talent outpaces supply. LifeSciTN works with public and private partners to find solutions to help bridge the skills gap in Tennessee.
- Technology Transfer and Commercialization
This Life Science Tennessee report outlines recommendations for improving the process of moving research from the lab to the marketplace.