Following is the list of all News & Events, sorted in descending order of date.
The New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce and Citizens Bank are pleased to recognize four organizations for their significant investment and contribution to the economic development of the region with the presentation of the 2008 Greater New Bedford Economic Impact Awards.
Chamber Awards Economic Impact Awards; July 3, 2008
The University of Massachusetts’ National Botulinum Research Center received the "2008 Greater New Bedford Economic Impact Awards" on June 26, 2008 at a special edition of the Chamber’s Good Morning SouthCoast! business series.
The awards were presented to the University of Massachusetts' National Botulinum Research Center at a special edition of the Chamber's Good Morning SouthCoast! business series on June 26.
Nascacell Signs Pact with UMass Dartmouth; Oct 29, 2007
Nascacell Technologies signs up cooperation agreement with Botulinum Center, UMass Dartmouth on developing Botox inhibitor microbodies.
Nascacell Technologies and UMassD Develop Microbodies™; Oct 18, 2007
Nascacell Technologies and the University of Massachusetts Develop Aptamers and Microbodies™ Against Botulinum Toxin (Botox).
UMass Professor Researches Botulism; Sep 27, 2007
Professor researchers Botulism.
Botulism Takes Center Stage at UMass Conference; Aug 27, 2007
Dr. Drachman, who played himself in "Two Hands," an Oscar-nominated documentary about the Fleischer story, was one of 60 scientists and graduate students who converged on UMass Dartmouth last week for two solid days of botulinum.
UMassD BRC Unveils BSL-3 Facility; Aug 24, 2007
A special symposium at UMass Dartmouth’s Botulinum Research Center was organized on August 23-24, 2007 to introduce its newly established BSL-3 facilities to about 75 collaborators.
Builiding for the Future; May 7, 2007
UMass Dartmouth opens $14.4M research facility. The 22,000 square feet building features biology and bio-engineering laboratories.
DARTMOUTH, Mass. — UMass Dartmouth opened a new 22,000 square foot research building last month that will focus on science critical to the development of the innovation economy in the region and Commonwealth.
New UMass Dartmouth Facility on Botulinum; April 27, 2007
Genomics and Bio informatics tools will play a role in a newly opened research facility at UMass Dartmouth that will house the National Botulinum Center, the school said.
UMD Officially Opens New Research Facility; April 12, 2007
UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean MacCormack, along with UMass president Jack Wilson, Board of Trustees Chairman Stephen Tocco, and Provost Anthony Garro, hosted the official opening of a brand new center.
New UMass Lab to Combat Bioterrorism Threat; April 06, 2007
The first UMass building devoted exclusively to scientific research opened yesterday, surrounded by a security barrier that speaks volumes.
UMass Dartmouth Cuts Ribbon on Bio Research Center; April 06, 2007
A $14.4 million biotechnology laboratory has opened its doors at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
UMASS Darmouth Celebrates Grand Opening of New Research Building; April 06, 2007
“Today, we celebrate more than the opening of a building,’’ UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack.
Talk about Toxins in Taiwan; Aug 13, 2006
Dr. Bal Ram Singh lecturing at National Yang Ming University in Taipei as part of a one-credit graduate course he offered to students on Neuroscience and Microbial Toxins (NYM 06) in August 2006.
Ground Broken for Major UMass Dartmouth Research Facility; Sep 13, 2005
UMass Dartmouth officials broke ground today for a major new laboratory facility that will dramatically expand the university's research capability, which has already grown from $7 million to more than $17 million in annual activity over the last five years.
Science on the Half-shell; Jan 19, 2005
UMass researchers find that common quahogs can fight deadly botulism.
The University of Massachusetts intends to be a bigger player in the competition for federal research grants and partnerships with other scientific and industrial institutions interim President Jack M. Wilson announced yesterday at the regular meeting of the UMass Board of Trustees.
Botulism researchers at UMass Dartmouth won a $750000 piece of a $46 million federal bioterrorism research grant awarded to Harvard Medical School last week.
Dr. Singh eagerly presides over a beehive of cluttered offices and laboratories in the Violette Building devoted to the study of the deadliest substance known to man botulinum neurotoxin a Class A biological warfare agent.
A biochemistry professor at UMass Dartmouth has been awarded a $1.1 million grant by the U.S. Army that will fund research into developing an antidote for botulism, classified as one of the deadliest known bioterrorism agents.