RESI South

On March 25-27, join Life Science Nation and statewide life science associations across the southeast for the RESI South conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference will be an opportunity for start-ups and early-stage investors and strategic channel partners to find the partners to advance your business. RESI South will be held in-person at the Whitley [...]

2024-02-05T13:26:49-06:00February 5th, 2024|Events, General, News|

How Government-Mandated Pricing Can Hurt New Therapies, Drugs and Jobs

Unintended consequences of the Inflation Reduction Act mandates are causing pharmaceutical companies to retrench. Glenn Perdue LST Board Chairman In Tennessee, we pride ourselves on the advancements we have achieved in biopharmaceutical innovation. The new therapies developed in our state have helped save thousands of lives. So, if any type of proposed legislation would result [...]

2023-12-22T10:39:41-06:00December 22nd, 2023|General, News|

New Member Spotlight: General Graphene

Tell us about General Graphene Corporation. General Graphene Corporation is a pure-play CVD graphene foundry based in Knoxville TN specializing in industrial-scale mass production. Graphene is a material that lies at the intersection of biology and technology, and we are committed to collaborating with partners in the biotechnology industry to assist in the development of novel [...]

2023-09-06T08:55:54-06:00September 6th, 2023|General, News|

Nashville Biosciences Creates The Alliance for Genomic Discovery

Nashville Biosciences (NB), a wholly owned subsidiary of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC), has announced a partnership with five major pharmaceutical companies to form the Alliance for Genomic Discovery.  BioTN and Life Science Tennessee applaud this momentous transaction and its promise to change the future of medicine and, specifically, Tennessee’s direct involvement in the creation of [...]

2023-07-20T15:07:13-06:00July 19th, 2023|General, News|

Knoxville Named One of the Top Emerging Markets for Life Science Researchers

Knoxville Total 2022 NIH funding: $11M  In Knoxville, Tennessee, the NIH’s 2022 funding primarily went to the University of Tennessee, CBRE reported, and the city touts 1,530 life sciences researchers. Knoxville’s biotech industry is supported by Life Science Tennessee, a nonprofit organization with a member network of over 130 companies, including biotechs, venture capitalist firms, academic institutions [...]

2023-07-26T14:35:04-06:00July 12th, 2023|General, News|