ReGen Valley Tech Hub

Advancing the U.S. Bioeconomy and Revitalizing a Historic Manufacturing Area by Establishing Global Leadership in Biofabrication

The ReGen Valley Tech Hub, led by the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI), aims to make New Hampshire a global leader in biofabrication to produce cost-effective regenerative therapies that address chronic disease and organ failure. Amidst growing commercial demand for these therapies and building on a recent EDA Build Back Better Regional Challenge award, this Tech Hub seeks to advance biofabrication-related therapies, invest in manufacturing facilities, and incubate technology startups to secure domestic regenerative therapy development and biofabrication.

Biofabrication Meets Innovation: Exploring ReGen Valley Tech Hub

ReGen Valley has emerged as a beacon of innovation and collaboration, solidifying its position as a premier Tech Hub following its recognition on October 23, 2023 by the U.S. Department of Commerce. This acknowledgment comes on the heels of Manchester, NH, receiving the prestigious Build Back Better award on September 2, 2022, underscoring the city’s and its leaders’ commitment to fostering a forward-looking vision for the future. Spearheaded by the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute, the ReGen Valley Tech Hub has set its sights on propelling New Hampshire to the forefront of the global biofabrication industry, focusing on developing regenerative therapies that are both cost-effective and revolutionary in addressing chronic diseases and organ failures.

A Foundation Built on Inclusivity and Innovation

The establishment of ReGen Valley as one of the 31 inaugural Tech Hubs in the United States signifies a leap forward in the realms of commercialization, workforce development, and sustainable growth. With investments channeling towards creating accessible career pathways, nurturing a vibrant startup ecosystem tailored to the biofabrication sector, fortifying a resilient local supply chain, and enhancing childcare access, ReGen Valley is poised to become a thriving hub for businesses and professionals alike.

The ReGen Valley Tech Hub consortium is firmly committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access, which serves as the foundation of all its initiatives. This commitment guarantees that the voices of underrepresented communities are not just acknowledged but play a crucial role in shaping the future. By engaging a wide range of stakeholders—including minority-owned businesses, and equity-focused organizations—the consortium creates a vibrant mosaic of collaboration and innovation, ensuring that every action taken reflects the diverse needs and strengths of the community it serves.

 

A Unified Vision for Global Leadership

The establishment of ReGen Valley as one of the 31 inaugural Tech Hubs in the United States signifies a leap forward in the realms of commercialization, workforce development, and sustainable growth. With investments channeling towards creating accessible career pathways, nurturing a vibrant startup ecosystem tailored to the biofabrication sector, fortifying a resilient local supply chain, and enhancing childcare access, ReGen Valley is poised to become a thriving hub for businesses and professionals alike.

A Beacon of
Opportunity and
Growth

The concerted efforts of federal, state, and local entities, alongside the private sector, underscore the collective belief in ReGen Valley’s potential to redefine the landscape of biofabrication and regenerative medicine. The influx of commitments and the establishment of a collaborative mission among consortium members have fostered a sense of confidence and pride within the community, marking a new era of innovation and prosperity for ReGEN VALLEY.

As ReGen Valley continues to blaze a trail in the industry of regenerative medicine, its foundation of inclusivity, collaboration, and unwavering commitment to excellence positions it as a model for future tech hubs worldwide. The journey ahead is promising, with the hub poised to make significant strides in transforming the biofabrication industry and creating a lasting impact on the global stage.

ReGen News

Biden-Harris Administration Designates Tech Hub in Manchester, New Hampshire to Drive Innovation in the Biofabrication Technology Sector
Universities Play Major Role In 31 Tech Hubs That Will Compete For $500 Million In Funding
Thirty-One Tech Hubs Made Possible by the Bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act Intend to Drive Job Creation, Bring Manufacturing Back from Overseas
Here’s How New England’s tech hubs plan to win funding for their ideas
New Hampshire Delegation Celebrates ReGen Valley’s Designation as a Tech Hub
U.S. Department of Commerce Invests Approximately $44 Million to Establish Biofabrication Cluster in Southern New Hampshire Through Regional Challenge
Biden Administration Designates Tech Hub in Manchester to Drive Innovation in the Biofabrication Tech Sector
Institutes Play Increasing Role in Driving Economic Impact

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