HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology
Leaps and bounds at life sciences companies have spurred evolution in site selection decisions.
In Alabama, aerospace, aviation, and defense firms continue to expand, while “down to earth” industries also grow.
To meet the needs of a growing global population with efficient operations, agribusiness firms look for locations with ready resources.
Significant population shifts, the pandemic, and Industry innovations are shaping the site decisions healthcare and medical device companies are making.
Everbloom Health Inc. has opened a new food product manufacturing facility on the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology campus.
The life sciences field has taken on much greater significance in recent years. Economic developers are responding with more options to make their communities more appealing.
The USDA is adding ethanol and whiskey to its annual tally of agricultural products, with U.S. exports expected to outpace imports by nearly $20 billion.
Maintaining its focus on the future, Alabama is regaining economic momentum for substantial growth.
The expansion will include a global headquarters for Discovery Life Sciences, and laboratory and greenhouse space for HudsonAlpha’s Center for Plant Science and Sustainable Agriculture.
Billions in private equity and public funding are flowing into the life sciences sector, which is front and center in the battle against the pandemic.
From supplements to skincare, it may be surprising to learn that biotech companies are routinely being sought after to help resolve issues such as taste and sustainability.
EIA’s Energy Outlook 2020 forecasts a rapid decline of coal and nuclear power in this decade, the continuing expansion of renewables and the growth of U.S. exports of oil and gas.
The world-class biotech research hub in Huntsville, AL has marshalled its resources to fight the pandemic, with increased lab space.
The May / June 2020 Issue features economic developers' recovery efforts in response to COVID-19. Plus, a look at corporate headquarters, supply chains and high tech.
The integration of artificial intelligence within life sciences is making drug discovery and development more innovative, less labor intensive and more cost-effective, says Deloitte’s annual global outlook.
Digital transformation is driving innovation in the life sciences sector, making transparency a top priority and heralding an era of “relationship-driven partnerships among all of the sector’s stakeholders.
Life-changing biotech breakthroughs are poised to move out of the labs and into the marketplace, as the emerging science of genomics uses DNA to customize medicine.
The grant from the Alabama Power Foundation will help HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology introduce bioinformatics to students across the state.
The 100,000-square-foot building is the latest addition to the 152-acre HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology campus in Huntsville, AL, and will house a mix of research laboratories and life sciences companies.