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The Whitaker Foundation - Biomedical Engineering Program Home Pages

Biotech Chronicles - "Biotech Chronicles is a brief history of biotech discoveries which continue to influence the field today. We have included essays on genetics and DNA research, profiles of some of the influential individuals who have helped build the biotechnology industry, and an integrated series of time lines which provide an overview of biotechnology from a historical perspective."

Biotech Resource Site at the University of Texas at Austin - Welcome to BioTech! Our goal is to enrich the public's knowledge of biology and chemistry. We aim to serve everyone from high school students to professional researchers.

Biotech Rumor Mill - The Biotech Rumor Mill is an open discussion forum that attracts participants from the many biotech disciplines including Diagnostics, Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices, Veterinary, and of course Biotechnology.

BioWire2K - Keep up to date with more industry news.

Bio-X - "Bio-X fosters the coming together of leading-edge research in basic, applied and clinical sciences to enable tomorrow's discoveries and technological advances across the full spectrum from molecules to organisms."

The Brown Laboratory - Welcome to Pat Brown's lab homepage. Our lab is part of the Department of Biochemistry and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and is located in the School of Medicine at Stanford University.

CMS Molecular Biology Resource - "A compendium of electronic and internet-accessible tools and resources for Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Molecular Evolution, Biochemistry, and Biomolecular Modeling."

Ernst & Young - United States Home Page

Finding Information on Biotechnology Companies - The Jackson Business Library at Stanford has created a web guide to help users find information on companies.

Gene Watch UK

Genetic Engineering News (GEN) - introduced in 1981, was the first publication in the field of biotechnology.

How Winemaking Works - This site goes into detail concerning the winemaking process.

Informagen - "Informagen was founded in 1992 and incorporated in the State of New Hampshire on February 8, 1993. Informagen is an Internet-based Applications Service Provider (ASP) providing bioinformatics tools, biotechnology databases and consulting services to the genomics, proteomics and biopharmaceutical industries. We provide the cutting edge strategic intelligence needed to exploit information and to develop future business strategies."

InforMax - "A global leader in the development of bioinformatics software for genomic research and accelerated drug discovery."

The Institute for Genomic Research - "Founded in 1992, The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) is a not-for-profit research institute whose primary research interests are in structural, functional and comparative analysis of genomes and gene products..."

Kendro Laboratory Products - "A worldwide company formed by the merger of Heraeus Instruments and Sorvall Products - laboratory equipment suppliers with enviable records, complementary product lines, and a commitment to delivering quality and reliability."

Mary Ann Liebert Inc., Publishers - The leading publishers in the field of biotechnology. 

The National Health Museum "Our mission at The National Health Museum is to educate, engage and inspire individuals to understand the past, present and future of health and health science, and empower them to act upon that information to enhance their individual, family and community health.  Simply put, the Museum message will be: your body, your health; learn about it, take care of it."

The National Institutes of Health - Bioengineering Consortium

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America - "The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) represents the country’s leading research-based pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, which are devoted to inventing medicines that allow patients to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives. The industry invested more than $30 billion in 2001 in discovering and developing new medicines. PhRMA companies are leading the way in the search for new cures."

Reason Online -"Reason and Reason Online are editorially independent publications of the Reason Foundation, a national, non-profit research and educational organization."

Recombinant Capital - "Recombinant Capital (Recap) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based consulting firm specializing in biotechnology alliances, earned alliance revenues, product sales, employment agreements, companies information and capitalization. Recap was founded in 1988 by Mark Edwards. Prior to founding Recap, Mr. Edwards was manager of business development at Chiron. Mr. Edwards has a bachelor's degree in economics and an MBA, both from Stanford University."

Southwest Biotechnology and Informatics Center - "The Southwest Biotechnology and Informatics Center (SWBIC) is part of New Mexico State University. It's goal is to provide information about biotechnology and to support research and education in this field at NMSU and other universities."

Stanford Biodesign - "Mission: to promote the invention and implementation of new health technologies through interdisciplinary research and education at the emerging frontiers of engineering and the biomedical sciences."

Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering University - A Guide to Selected biotechnology Resources at Stanford University


To contact us:
Roosmery Yang - NIH Grant Administrator
Department of Chemical Engineering
Stauffer III, Mail Code 5025
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-5025
Tel: (650) 736-1807
Fax: (650) 725-7294
rwyang@stanford.edu

Link to Stanford University's Site

Professor James Swartz - Project DIrector
Department of Chemical Engineering
Stauffer III, Mail Code 5025
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-5025
Tel: (650) 723-5398
Fax: (650) 725-7294
jswartz@stanford.edu