Collaboration inspires innovation.

Our state’s life science ecosystem stands apart because of our commitment to solving business challenges together. We titled our 2019 BioScience Colorado magazine Collaborative by Nature because of the close working relationships in our ecosystem. Our member companies, academic and research institutions, and partners collaborate to improve the lives of patients here in Colorado and around the world. This annual publication highlights our shared successes.

Colorado’s life science companies raised more than $1 billion in funding each year for the last two years. Colorado BioScience Association works actively with our public and private partners to accelerate investment in our companies and increase our collective access to capital. As we continue to attract new companies, follow-on investments, and top talent, the momentum we generate will create new opportunities for our industry.

We created this magazine as a resource for you to use as you share the broader story of life science in Colorado. Our online flip book is easy to offer to others or post on social media by simply copying and pasting the link. Many members provide it to potential investors, share it with prospective business partners, and send it to out-of-state candidates for leadership positions.

Please contact our team if you need paper copies of the magazine. You are also welcome to pick up the printed version at any CBSA event.

Thank you for your contributions to Colorado’s life science industry and our culture of collaboration.

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Colorado — Collaborative By Nature

The Colorado bioscience community is known for sharing resources, talent, and expertise. That collaboration expedites the pace of discovery, pushes development, and delivers life-saving products to patients in need much more quickly.






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