2015 Georgia BioGENEius Challenge

The International BioGENEius Challenge is the premier competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research in biotechnology. The 2015 Georgia BioGENEius Challenge will take place Friday, March 27, 2015 during the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair (GSEF.)
Learn more about the competition here

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Core Values

We believe that biotechnology is synonymous with innovation and that innovation is supported by those who have the skills to create and push the boundaries of what is possible. We believe that today's possibilities become tomorrow's realities through collaboration and that the opportunity to innovate should be available to all.



Georgia BioEd Institute Announced!

We are very excited at the official kick-off of the Georgia BioEd Institute
The Institute will focus on life science education and workforce development efforts in Georgia.
Learn more at gabio.org and the
Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Georgia Bio initiated an education and workforce development program in January of 2007 to ensure the regional workforce has the skills, training and knowledge to meet its current and future needs.
Our vision is that “Georgia’s pipeline of knowledge workers is internationally acclaimed as a key competitive advantage to the regional life science industry.”
Our strategies include:

  • Developing resources that enhance life science teaching, learning and career awareness and experiences for Georgia’s emerging workforce;
  • Strengthening educational pathways focused on critical occupations noted as difficult to attract, train and retain by regional employers;
  • Sharing training and human resource needs to effectively build critical mass among the state’s employers;
  • Facilitating communication and interaction between regional educators and employers.
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