The SIMB Election for positions on the Board of Directors will commence March 1, 2019. The election will end at noon ET on March 29, 2019 and members must join/renew by March 28, 2019 by noon ET to be eligible to vote. Current members for 2019 will receive login instructions by email. Member are to cast their vote here.
Results will be published on the SIMB website and in SIMB News.
**Student members are not eligible to vote.
Advances in Biopharmaceutical Technology in China, 2nd ed. is a peer-reviewed, ready reference for all aspects of biopharmaceuticals in China, including an understanding of the China biopharma current situation, and future opportunities. This is a must-read analysis of the state of biopharma in China.
The volume is published by BioPlan Associates, Inc., in cooperation with the Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (SIMB). It provides a comprehensive overview of the biopharmaceutical industry, and the state of technology in China.
This reference’s 1,100+ pages of data-rich analysis and comprehensive assessment of China’s state-of-the-industry provides trends and analysis on the industry. It covers all types of organizations involved in biopharma in China, domestic, multinational, and government.
Submit a workshop proposal.
The Education Committee organizes yearly workshops held in conjunction with the SIMB meetings. To suggest a topic for a future workshop, fill out the workshop proposal form and email to the Education Committee Chair, Joy Doran Peterson.
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SIMB has recently signed a memorandum of understanding together with the Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology (KMB) to foster the collaboration between the two societies in areas of mutual interest.
SIMB has recently signed a memorandum of understanding together with the Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology (KMB) to foster the collaboration between the two societies in areas of mutual interest. Both societies have a shared interest in advancing microbial sciences and promoting scientific exchange between universities and industry. In the past, KMB has co-sponsored the SIMB Natural Products meeting. The intent of this agreement is that we expand the collaboration across the breadth of topics in industrial microbiology and biotechnology.