Welcome to NZBIO

 

NZBIO is a vibrant member-based organisation focused on growing New Zealand’s prosperous bioeconomy.  With hundreds of individual and corporate members from across agbiotech, human health, industrial and environmental and food bioscience, NZBIO plays a leading role in providing practical support for companies to grow.  

NZBIO’s activities include member events, seminars and conferences, policy advocacy, national and international outreach and promotion.Our membership base ranges from start up bioscience companies, to mature corporates and major multinationals.  We also represent New Zealand research institutes and universities, specialist service professionals, corporate, institutional, individual and student members from New Zealand and around the world.

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Research and Markets: Analyzing the Renewable Energy Industry in Australia - 2014 18 Sep 2014 - Research and Markets: Analyzing the Renewable Energy Industry in Australia - 2014 Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j2d3b5/analyzing_the) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing the Renewable Energy Industry in Australia - 2014" report to their offering. This research presents an in-depth analysis of the Australian renewable energy industry. In its research report - Analyzing the renewable Energy Industry in Australia - the report looks at this superbly charged industry which is growing to a breakneck speed in Australia.
Research and Markets: Analyzing China 18 Sep 2014 - Research and Markets: Analyzing China's Biofuel Industry 2014-2020 Although biofuels are mainly used to replace or supplement the traditional petroleum-based transportation fuels, they can also be deployed to generate heat and electricity. Being an alternative to fossils, biofuels can be applied to existing vehicles with little or no engine modification.
1.8m to be invested in Maori-led science & innovation 18 Sep 2014 - 1.8m to be invested in Maori-led science & innovation The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) announced today that a further $1.8 million will be invested over the next two years to develop the science and innovation potential of Maori knowledge, resources, and people for the benefit of New Zealand.
Jane Kennelly: Get your skates on before skills shortages bite 16 Sep 2014 - Jane Kennelly: Get your skates on before skills shortages bite Skills shortages are biting now and are guaranteed to worsen. Current skill shortages are rife within agriculture, construction, engineering, human resources, information technology and the skilled trades. In recruitment circles, we're also seeing skills gaps emerge in the realms of digital communications and customer services.
NZGL 2014 Impacts and Outcomes report released 14 Sep 2014 - NZGL 2014 Impacts and Outcomes report released New Zealand Genomics Limited (NZGL) has released its 2014 Impacts and Outcomes Report, showing a substantial increase in the number and range of research projects supported within the New Zealand research environment.
Can Genetic Engineering Save the Florida Orange? 14 Sep 2014 - Can Genetic Engineering Save the Florida Orange? Citrus greening, the plague that could wipe out Florida's $9 billion orange industry, begins with the touch of a jumpy brown bug on a sun-kissed leaf.
NZGL 2014 Impacts and Outcomes report released 14 Sep 2014 - NZGL 2014 Impacts and Outcomes report released New Zealand Genomics Limited (NZGL) has released its 2014 Impacts and Outcomes Report, showing a substantial increase in the number and range of research projects supported within the New Zealand research environment.
Patent Reform and the Future of Innovation 12 Sep 2014 - Patent Reform and the Future of Innovation Two years ago the America Invents Act ushered in a comprehensive overhaul of the U.S. patent system. The purpose was to stimulate innovation and business creation by strengthening the value of patents. One noticeable change was changing the patent system from "first to invent" to "first inventor to file."