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Join the OBA Oregon Biologicals Executive Forum (OBEF) is a networking group of Oregon professionals and executives associated with companies and institutions developing or providing products and services in the field of biologicals.

By participating in OBEF we can together: facilitate professional and business collaborations among OBEF members; create opportunities for further development and growth of biologicals-oriented businesses in Oregon; identify and address needs and issues of common interest to our segment of the Oregon biotech community; and Provide a clear and strong voice in Salem and elsewhere to promote and support biotech issues.

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Gregor Mendel, the father of modern genetics.

Why is there a biotechnology industry in Oregon? Will this industry continue to grow in Oregon? What do other states have? Each state has a unique story that explains why a given industry has developed in a specific region and not in others. Unfortunately, few people have access to this information.

Through Oregon BioHistory, you can now learn about the scientists, institutions, political leaders, and significant events that have shaped and are still shaping the biotechnology, medical device and life science industries in the State of Oregon, as well as in select other states. We encourage your comments and feedback.

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