Delaware Bio launches new website and member portal
WILMINGTON – The Delaware BioScience Association has unveiled a new website, including a fresh, vibrant look and members-only digital portal that will accelerate its mission to grow the state’s thriving life science sector.
The new website features a clean, contemporary design, improved navigation and expanded functionality including inspiring videos, news and stories showcasing the innovation and impact of the Delaware bioscience community. The site is infused with the association’s new branding and color palate, reflecting the life science sector’s dynamism and vitality.
In tandem with the public facing website, Delaware Bio has also created a new members-only portal, where employees of the 140 member organizations can engage directly with each other, sharing research queries, information on events, funding opportunities and job postings.
“This new comprehensive digital platform will better serve the growing needs of our membership while communicating to broader audiences the public health and economic impact of Delaware bioscience innovators,” said Delaware Bio communications and marketing manager Jamie Pedrick in a statement to press. “The branding and colors evoke the life-saving essence of the work happening every day across our member organizations, from academic and nonprofit research organizations to start-up companies.”
As part of its rollout of the new digital platform, Delaware Bio has held briefings and feedback sessions for members on the new site and member portal. Information on the site includes details on core organization priorities, membership benefits and facts on the state’s bioscience economy. Delawarebio.org will be regularly updated with news on member organizations.
“The Delaware bioscience community has tremendous momentum, and the site beautifully showcases the compelling story of the sector’s immense value for all the world to see,” said Michael Fleming, president of Delaware Bio in a statement. “And as we begin to see light at the end of this terrible pandemic tunnel, it is clear that virtual tools and ways of communication and collaborating will continue to be key to how we work — this upgraded online presence will be a great new asset for all our stakeholders.”