Building a sustainable, domestic end-to-end bioindustrial manufacturing ecosystem

Welcome to BioMADE

Bioindustrial Manufacturing and Design Ecosystem

BioMADE’s mission is to enable domestic bioindustrial manufacturing at all scales, develop technologies to enhance U.S. bioindustrial competitiveness, de-risk investment in relevant infrastructure, and expand the biomanufacturing workforce to realize the economic promise of industrial biotechnology.

We do this by catalyzing collaboration and innovation to:
  • Reduce barriers to scale-up and commercialization
  • Accelerate technology deployment to create novel, disruptive business models
  • Re-develop existing biotechnology to enhance national competitiveness

Save the Date: Annual Member Meeting on Nov. 1-3

BioMADE stakeholders, please save the date for our inaugural Member Meeting!

This meeting will allow BioMADE Members, U.S. government colleagues, and other stakeholders to convene for planning, collaboration, and networking. We look forward to exploring vision and strategy, highlighting current projects and future opportunities, sharing capabilities among member organizations, and more.

We hope you can attend! At this time, we are planning to have both in-person and virtual options available for attendees.

A full agenda and registration details coming soon!

Watch BioMADE's Virtual Launch Event

BioMADE officially opened its doors in April 2021 with a three-part series of launch events. Watch the recording to hear from industry, academic, and government leaders about how BioMADE will support innovation, strengthen the U.S. bioeconomy, and build a new workforce development program.


Looking to join? Our diverse member benefits include access to intellectual property, opportunities to lead and participate on projects, and a network for world-leading innovation in bioindustrial education and workforce development programming.


Companies provide leadership in developing roadmaps that impact bioindustrial funding and extend research and development capabilities through a network of regional and national resources. 

Small Business & National Lab

Small businesses, start-ups, venture capital firms, laboratories, and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers can forge unique partnerships.

Academic & Non-Profit

Universities, technical schools, community colleges, and non-profit organizations all have a role in the BioMADE community. 

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