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Week 20 – I’m Back, Baby!

As you know, one of my favorite shows is Seinfeld so again the title pays homage to a quote from George Costanza. Cannot believe that two weeks have passed by so fast! Did you miss us? I know I missed providing you our weekly update. It has become part of my normal routine. I hope all has been well during this time apart. It is not that things have not been progressing over this time period. On the contrary, the company continued to gain momentum heading into the fall season with some significant news released this week. I’ll touch on that in a minute. Our family took our first “long” vacation in a quite a while. We all headed to Italy. It was awesome to have everyone together. Fo

BioSurfaces, Inc. Awarded Contract From National Institutes of Health To Produce 96-Well Plate Assem

ASHLAND, Mass., Sept. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BioSurfaces, Inc. (BioSurfaces) was awarded a contract from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) BioPrinting Lab at the National Institutes of Health to produce 96-well tissue culture plate assemblies that include its proprietary electrospun materials. The objective is to deliver prototype 96-well or higher plate assemblies that utilize a biodegradable polymer as the well bottom. Successful completion of this contract will result in tissue culture plates that will be ready for commercial sale to the government and greater scientific community. NCATS will pay BioSurfaces approximately $894,000 to perform this work.

Week 19 – Blast from the Past

Hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend! This weekend allowed me to get caught up on a few work-related things. I know it goes against the Labor Day principle, but such is the life of a small business owner. We began our shortened work week adjusting to changes to our crew. While one person may not be a lot for a big company (a blip on the screen), for a small company, it is a large change. I think one of the strengths of being a small company is being able to adjust to all different situations, from losing a team member and changing financial situations to being productive with limited resources (people and funds) and making it work (homage to our previous blog). Communication is

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