January 2019 - The Dan Diaz Breakfast Club to host ALS Fundraiser at PA Biotechnology Center on January 23
In support of the ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter The Dan Diaz Biotech Breakfast Club in partnership with the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center of Bucks County will host a fundraising reception. Our goal is to raise funds and awareness for ALS research. Read more >>
August 2018 - “Entrepreneur Spotlight” Showcases Local Biotech Companies to Potential Investors
More than 100 area business leaders and biotech investors gathered on July 20 for the 4th Annual “Entrepreneur Spotlight” at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center in Doylestown. The Spotlight is a Shark Tank-style event showcasing companies based at the center to potential investors. Read more >>
July 2018 - PA Biotech Center Named One of Most Successful Incubators in US!
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center in Doylestown is one of the most successful life science incubators in the country, according to a report released on May 30th from the International Business Innovation Association. Read More»
Earn Your Masters of Biomedical Science at the Biotech Center
The Blumberg Institute and Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine offer an innovative Masters of Biomedical Science degree with classes right here at the PA Biotechnology Center. Classes are offered nights and weekends, with students earning their degree in as little as 16 months. This is a great option for employees at the center or their friends and family! Learn more »
Yoga on Mondays and Thursdays
Yoga now offered at the Center! Learn more »
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center has launched an expansion to our facility that will add 37,000 square feet of laboratory, office, and meeting spaces to the life sciences incubator in Doylestown. We are currently in the design phase, with construction beginning Spring 2018, our target completion date is in mid-2019. Funded in part by grants from the U.S. Economic Development Administration and Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program Grant, the expansion will grow the campus spaces by 40%. The businesses that will occupy the new space are expected to create over 100 new science and biotechnology jobs in Bucks County, PA. The expansion has enjoyed support from county, state and federal officials, as well as the entrepreneurs and business leaders located at the Biotech Center.
Pennsylvania lawmakers who have lent support to the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center will have a permanent place of honor at the facility in recognition of their contributions to the success of the Center.
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center has unveiled its new Public Service Wall of Fame recognizing a select group of current and former legislators who have made extraordinary beneficial contributions to the growth of the Center. The Wall of Fame was unveiled during a ceremony on February 23, 2018.
The five inaugural inductees to the Public Service Wall of Fame are Governor Tom Wolf, former Governor Ed Rendell, State Senator Chuck McIlhinney, former State Senator Joe Conti, and State Representative Marguerite Quinn.