As the Temple Health and Bioscience District advances so do its partner/tenants, early-stage biotech companies that are taking health-related products from conception to manufacturing.
The district will hold an open house 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, at 1802 S. First St., across from the Temple VA.
During the event the bioscience district will launch its new website.
“This is a unique opportunity to preview Temple Health and Bioscience District’s new website, to hear the latest announcements for 2019, and to tour the facility,” said Tami Annable, executive director of Temple Health and Bioscience District.
Individuals from across Central Texas and the bioscience community are invited to learn about all the resources available at the Bioscience District, including the new and improved 3D printer in the common lab.
Tours of the facility will be offered. Current tenants will be on hand to talk about their project. Hot and cold snacks and drinks will be served.
“We’ll have all the equipment going so people will have an opportunity to ask any questions,” Annable said.
Thanks to the support of collaborators and the community, Temple Health and Bioscience District continues to grow as does Central Texas’ biotech corridor, she said.
What started as legislation in 2003 has prospered. Temple Health and Bioscience District is now a fully operational office and laboratory for biotech, health-related startup companies.
This event is a celebration of Temple Health and Bioscience District’s continued success and a look at the future of the District.
The event is open to the public and is free, but registration is requested. Attendees may RSVP at www.eventbrite.com/e/thbd-open-house-and-website-preview-party-tickets-54978607495.