The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County was proud to be a judge at the 2019 Keiser University Seahawk Tank Pitch Competition.
Today, BDB attended the grand opening for the South Florida Science Center’s new “Journey Through the Human Brain Exhibit”, coined the most modern brain exhibit in the world. With a capital investment of $2.5 million, the 2,500 s.f. exhibit has 30 stations. CEO Kate Arrizza announced details about the exhibit and President Lew Crampton shared that it’s a “bottom up approach of telling the story of how the brain has evolved into the most complex structure in the universe.” The exhibit strikes a great balance between complexity of the brain with educational stations that can reach children at a level they can understand.
Please join us at the Annual Networking Breakfast for the Life Sciences Industry of South Florida. Event hosted by WDSrx – Woodfield Distribution, LLC, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and Gift of Life Marrow Registry.
Dr. Norm Hooten ’16, a pharmacy alumnus and Army Special Forces veteran, will keynote the university’s annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference this week.
The prevalence of concussions in sports is well known. So, too, is the challenge clinicians and others face when they have to decide when an athlete can return to the game after a head injury. While most athletes recover from a sports-related concussion in about seven to 10 days, some need more time. This predicament makes managing the treatment of sports-related concussions very complicated.
Florida Atlantic University’s Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing has launched a new second-degree part-time track in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at FAU’s Davie campus, 3200 College Ave., in Davie.
BOCA RATON, FL, March 6 – The Gift of Life Marrow Registry will become the nation’s first marrow registry to operate its own stem cell collection center, making it easier and faster than ever before for volunteer donors to save the lives of patients battling blood cancer around the world. Located within its new 22,000 square foot headquarters, the center will feature a warm, inviting, spa-like atmosphere focused entirely on the donor’s experience.
Since 1901, when the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was first awarded, 177 people have captured the honor. On Wednesday, Frances H. Arnold became only the fifth woman to be awarded the prize.
WASHINGTON D.C. – This weekend, Palm Beach County, Florida, was represented by several companies at the 2019 American Academy of Dermatology, an annual conference where industry experts convene to discuss best practices.