News

Bioengineering, Biomanufacturing

Vericel has been driving innovation since the company formed (as Biosurface Technology in the late 1980s) based on technology developed by Dr. Howard Green at MIT and Harvard Medical School. Vericel develops, manufactures, and markets autologous cell-based therapies for patients with serious diseases and conditions in sport medicine and severe burn...

Biomanufacturing, Biopharmaceutical

“Sudhin Biopharma Company became familiar with ARMI during several networking meetings at NIIMBL and heard your CTO, Thomas Bollenbach, speak about ARMI at the conference on the “Business of Regenerative Medicine” at U Penn Medicine last summer, 2018,” said Dhinakar Kompala, Founder & CEO, adding “We discussed the benefits of joining ARMI with Tom...

STEM

A national initiative to reduce the gender gap in STEM fields by bringing 2.5 million girls into the STEM pipeline over the next eight years was announced by the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in 2017. “Girl Scouts has the largest pipeline of future female leaders available, and no place is this more important than in STEM fields,” said GSUSA CEO,...

Events

Go to ARMI | BioFabUSA Fall Summit: The Meeting in the Millyard

ARMI | BioFabUSA Fall Summit: The Meeting in the Millyard

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BioFabUSA
Technology Center Auditorium - DEKA Auditorium
400 Commercial Street
Manchester, NH 03101
United States

External News

Rockwell Automation
Additive Manufacturing, Biomanufacturing

Building an organ is way more sophisticated than the most complex product today.

But that doesn’t change this fact: You don’t depend on craftsmanship or artisanship in the process. You bring that same discipline, standards and metrics to this kind of manufacturing as you do to making soup or cookies or cars.

Soon we will be in a world where we can...

Biopharmaceutical

From discoveries of new drugs and treatment therapies to the lofty goal of becoming the global hub for tissue and organ manufacturing, NH’s biotech and biomed sector is poised to become a major economic driver for the state. And NH’s colleges and universities will play a key role in the success of this fledgling industry.

In an unprecedented move...

Our Network @ Work

Sarah Boermeestaer
Biomanufacturing, Education, Workforce

My name is Sarah Boermeester, and I’m currently a summer intern at ARMI. I’m a rising junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where I study Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Tissue Engineering. When I’m not studying I love being outdoors, painting, and being with family and friends. My educational background revolves around...