The Manitoba government is investing $24 million over four years to help sector councils provide workforce training and develop human resource services, Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today.
We are the Bioscience Association Manitoba (BAM). We are passionate advocates for the province’s bioscience community.
Start Local, Expand Global
Our non-profit supports 110 members across the province, ranging from agricultural biotechnology to health biotechnology to cleantech biotechnology. We help our members connect with key stakeholders and government officials by encouraging innovative partnerships. These collaborations start locally and often expand globally.
We’re committed to the success of our members. We do this by extending valuable resources and training opportunities to help the sector improve skills, enhance research and development, and achieve commercial success.
We are the voice of Manitoba’s bioscience industry.