14 November 2018
The founder of one of New Zealand’s biggest biotech companies, Dr Sean Simpson, is back in New Zealand this week attending key board meetings for the next wave of Kiwi success stories, BiotechNZ executive director Zahra Champion says. Simpson, the founder of LanzaTech which started life in a Kiwi basement in 2005 and has gone on to … Continue reading "Major NZ clean tech company head in NZ to promote biotech"
Stories on our ecosystem have positioned it as a hi tech cash cow, on the cusp of a world first biotech production surge and more.
09 November 2018
The OECD has estimated the potential contribution of the bio-economy to New Zealand’s GDP will climb to $NZ182 billion by 2030.
28 October 2018
03 October 2018
Kia Ora Welcome to our first newsletter as part of the New Zealand Tech Alliance, which collectively represents 20 technology associations, working together to create a prosperous digital nation. Biology and technology touch the lives of millions of people every single day and the impact of biotech is accelerating at an exponential rate. New Zealand … Continue reading "Join the biotech conversation"
New Zealand is beginning to witness unprecedented opportunities in areas of technology convergence as cutting-edge and world-first technology continues to accelerate and merge. NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says New Zealand has a history of innovation in the biotech and biosciences areas, often driven by strong Kiwi foundations in the primary sectors.
03 July 2018
12 October 2017
Wellington New Zealand October 12 2017: Oritain, a company that detects food fraud using “fingerprints” in the chemical compositions of plants, soils, water and animal feed, is New Zealand’s Biotechnology Company of the Year. Oritain, which grew out of Otago University, works with companies around the world and locally with the likes of Synlait, Alliance Group, … Continue reading "Oritain’s fingerprints all over NZBIO trophy"
The NZBIO Annual Biotechnology/Life Sciences Conference is being held on October 12 and 13 at Te Wharewaka o Poneke, Wellington. The theme this year, Global Megatrends, will consider some of the largest biotech opportunities globally today.
13 September 2017