In January’s look at the life sciences industry in Massachusetts, the talk is focused on new companies arriving in the state, new mergers, acquisitions and upcoming projects. Angus McQuilken, vice president at the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, joined NECN to discuss the latest happenings taking place in the industry. A young company from Arizona […]
BIOPACT CEO KENT PHELPS PRESENTS IN SAN FRANCISCO AT ONEMEDFORUM DURING THE JP MORGAN ANNUAL HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE
BioPact CEO Kent Phelps presents in San Francisco at OneMedForum during the JP Morgan Annual Healthcare Conference
CEO Kent Phelps presented information about Medical Grade Molecular Rebar, or MGMR, BioPact’s first of its kind new composition of matter that represents the re-birth of the carbon nanotube, to biopharm industry insiders and investors at OneMedForum during […]
The medical grade carbon nanotube manufacturer and developer is moving it’s corporate headquarters to Cambridge. According to a press release, Governor Deval Patrick met with BioPact last June, hoping to bring the company to Massachusetts and pushing Massachusetts even closer to being the world’s leading life science ecosystem. BioPact also works on projects in […]
BioPact, an eight-month-old Arizona company that applies recent breakthroughs on carbon nanotube technology to the life sciences, has decided to move its corporate headquarters to Kendall Square.
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BioPact, LLC, announced today that the company is moving its corporate headquarters to Massachusetts, which will be located at 245 First Street in Cambridge. Governor Deval Patrick met with BioPact at the BIO Convention in San Diego last June to share the incredible strengths of Massachusetts as the world’s leading life sciences ecosystem.