Connect entities in need with those who have supplies and capacity critical to ensuring continued R&D
"We are all in this fight together. It will take the great scientists of this industry working together across the globe to win the battle against an invisible enemy. Creating a central location to match need requests with availability helps research and development programs continue."
The science is galloping forward, and collaboration between the public and private sectors is vital to combat the coronavirus. That's why Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), based in The United States, released a new online hub. This hub connects entities in need with those who have supplies and capacity critical to ensuring continued research and development.
In 48 hours, we launched together with BIO their new hub. We are delighted to help to achieve their incredibly important mission.
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BIO about Open Social
Thank you to the team at @OpenSocialHQ for flexing their amazing product at "ludacris speed" to deploy the @IAmBiotech Coronavirus Hub last week. Couldn't be happier to find and work with such a great partner! @tacopotze https://t.co/W6VpyZAvqk
— Joe Hansen, Managing Director, Digital Communications & Branding at BIO (@infodude) March 23, 2020 (source: Twitter)
"We reached out to Open Social for an extremely rapid deployment of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) Coronavirus Hub. With the help of their skilled team, we went live 48-hours after our initial discussion."
- Rich Masters, Executive Vice President, Public Affairs at BIO