Through excellence in RESEARCH, strong LEADERSHIP, and a supportive
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, the PEI Bioscience Cluster provides the
enabling conditions for bio-based business success.

  • PEI BioAlliance Inaugural cGMP Class of 2016

    The PEI BioAlliance recently hosted a cGMP Course for industry. Employees of 11 PEI bio-based companies took part in the Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) training to enhance their skills in quality control within their companies. cGMP ensures that products are consistent according to quality standards.

  • PEI's Matheiu-Marc Poulin Wins BioTalent Canada's 2016 ‘Catalyst’ Award

    BioTalent Canada today announced the winner for its first ‘Catalyst’ Award, for the young employee who contributed most significantly to their Canadian biotechnology employer in the past year. Mathieu-Marc Poulin of Delivra in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island was announced today as the winner of the 2016 Catalyst Award.

  • OmniActive Health Technologies' ingredients subjects of multiple presentations at San Diego Science Conference

    OmniActive Health Technologies - a PEI-based company that produces nutraceuticals for human health, recently had six studies selected for representation at Experimental Biology, which took place April 2-6 in San Diego, California, drawing approximately 14,000 scientists and exhibitors. 

  • BioTalent Canada Announces Finalists for 2016 ‘Catalyst’ Award for New Biotechnology Graduates

    BioTalent Canada announced the finalists for its first annual ‘Catalyst’ Award, recognizing the young employee who has contributed most significantly to their Canadian biotechnology employer. Mathieu Poulin, Research and Development Technician at Delivra Inc. in Charlottetown, PEI is one of the three finalists. Read more here.


  • Best in BioTech at PEI Science Fair

    Over 150 projects presented in elementary, junior, intermediate, and senior-level grades from Island schools. Congratulations to the "Best in BioTech" specialty award winners: First place - Alyson MacCormack, Souris Reginonal High School (Gene expression of Atlantic salmon kidneycell line in response to difference bacterial pathogens); Second plance - Simar Bennypaul, West Royalty Elementary School (Do spices have antifungal activity?); and third prize winners Sarah Hynes and Maggie Campbell, Summerside Intermediate School for (Futuristic Farming).


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In Prince Edward Island, we have created a DYNAMIC and COLLABORATIVE approach to building our BioScience economy. Our focus is Bioactive Compounds and natural product chemistry, with applications in human, animal and fish health and nutrition products.

The PEI BioAlliance connects the partners of the PEI Bioscience Cluster. Together with our many partners, we work to promote, advocate and facilitate the growth of PEI’s BioTechnology sector.