Protea introduces new molecular imaging technology

MORGANTOWN, W.Va., June 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Protea Biosciences Group, Inc. (OTCQB: PRGB) ("Protea") announced its development of new technology that enables the direct molecular imaging of the distribution of metabolites and peptides in human clinical tissue samples. The results were presented by Dr. Erin Seeley, Principal Scientist at Protea, at the 65th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 4-8, held in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Health Go Hand-In-Hand at WV Bio Summit

The West Virginia Bioscience Summit, held April 25 in Morgantown, brought together representatives from our state’s research universities, biotech companies, technical assistance providers and others to hear from experts in the field on how to grow the state’s lifescience industries.  And, boy did they deliver. 

Dr. Mary Hendrix, President of Shepherd University and a nationally recognized leader in cancer research, joined Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert and West Virginia University President Gordon Gee for a special “fire side chat” to discuss university and industry collaborations to drive lifescience growth.  The segment was moderated by Dr. Sally Hodder, director of the Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI).

All three presidents agreed that the American education system breeds creativity and collaboration more so than their counterparts in other countries around the world.  This creative and collaborative spirit has led to America’s leadership in problem solving and the discovery and innovation that follows. 

Read more: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Health Go Hand-In-Hand at WV Bio Summit

Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Health Go Hand-In-Hand at WV Bio Summit

The West Virginia Bioscience Summit, held April 25 in Morgantown, brought together representatives from our state’s research universities, biotech companies, technical assistance providers and others to hear from experts in the field on how to grow the state’s lifescience industries.  And, boy did they deliver. 

Dr. Mary Hendrix, President of Shepherd University and a nationally recognized leader in cancer research, joined Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert and West Virginia University President Gordon Gee for a special “fire side chat” to discuss university and industry collaborations to drive lifescience growth.  The segment was moderated by Dr. Sally Hodder, director of the Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI).

All three presidents agreed that the American education system breeds creativity and collaboration more so than their counterparts in other countries around the world.  This creative and collaborative spirit has led to America’s leadership in problem solving and the discovery and innovation that follows. 

Read more: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Health Go Hand-In-Hand at WV Bio Summit

Expert Assistance Offered During WV Business Accelerator Bootcamp Event

If you want to start or grow a business in the high tech fields in West Virginia and have a solid concept, funding and assistance are available.  That was a primary message stemming from the West Virginia Business Accelerator Bootcamp event, held on April 26 in Morgantown. 

Hosted by TechConnect West Virginia, the West Virginia Jobs Investment Trust,  INNOVA, WVU Health Sciences' Innovation Center, WVU Women's Business Center and the Bioscience Association of West Virginia, the event offered a unique opportunity to hear from experts and specialists who shared information and strategies on intellectual property, capital formation, corporate structure/formation, and pitching for funding. 

Nearly thirty people participated in the event, to include representatives from start-up and mid-size companies, as well as students from the BrickStreet Center at WVU. 

Read more: Expert Assistance Offered During WV Business Accelerator Bootcamp Event

Expert Assistance Offered During WV Business Accelerator Bootcamp Event

If you want to start or grow a business in the high tech fields in West Virginia and have a solid concept, funding and assistance are available.  That was a primary message stemming from the West Virginia Business Accelerator Bootcamp event, held on April 26 in Morgantown. 

Hosted by TechConnect West Virginia, the West Virginia Jobs Investment Trust,  INNOVA, WVU Health Sciences' Innovation Center, WVU Women's Business Center and the Bioscience Association of West Virginia, the event offered a unique opportunity to hear from experts and specialists who shared information and strategies on intellectual property, capital formation, corporate structure/formation, and pitching for funding. 

Nearly thirty people participated in the event, to include representatives from start-up and mid-size companies, as well as students from the BrickStreet Center at WVU. 

Read more: Expert Assistance Offered During WV Business Accelerator Bootcamp Event

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