Category Archives: Delaware

Making Connections At ArabLab 2014

We were proud to not only represent the chromatography community, but also the State of Delaware along with our friends from three other Delaware-based companies at ArabLab 2014 in Dubai.

Here’s a brief look at the show from our booth’s perspective:

and here’s a more comprehensive look at the work done by everyone in this group:

We had an incredible time making new friends and catching up with many old friends.

U.S. Senator Tom Carper honored for job creation through innovation

wwfh1 resized 600We Work for Health Delaware (WWFH – DE) and the Delaware BioScience Association recognized U.S. Senator Tom Carper as a “Champion for Continued Jobs Creation Through Innovation.” Senator Carper’s support of key legislative issues impacting the biotech industry, such as the America Invents Act, speak volumes about his commitment to protecting jobs in Delaware. Delaware is an established leader in the biotechnology industry. It is home to some of the world’s largest biotech companies. These companies provide not only jobs and revenue, but also much needed research used to combat some of our most serious medical challenges. It’s important that we do all that we can to protect this industry, and the jobs it creates for our citizens. WWFH – DE and Delaware Bio thank Senator Carper for being a leader in the Senate on issues critical to the continued success of the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries in Delaware and for being champion of innovation.

Here’s our message to Senator Carper:

and some more photos from the event held on Friday, December 9, 2011:

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Trimming the sails for BIO 2011

We are proud to be joining several other Delaware-based kn1 resized 600companies in Washington, DC this June for the BIO 2011 International Convention.

If you’re attending BIO 2011, you might want to check out the Delaware Ambassador that’s joining us there – the 93-foot replica of the 1625 Dutch Tall Ship, the Kalmar Nyckel!

We recently got a tour of this impressive sailing vessel from Captain Sharon and Catherine Parsells of the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation – here’s a brief look at the tour: