NZBIO’s mission is to highlight New Zealand’s achievements
and capability in biotechnology to a global audience in order to
accelerate industry growth and innovation. NZBIO’s unique value
proposition is the one-stop access to enabling biotechnology
relevant to a broad range of global partners and expats in
health, agriculture, food and industrial products. We exist to
connect New Zealand’s bioscience community and promote its
capability and achievements locally and globally. NZBIO’s focus
on underpinning capability complements other New Zealand
organisations with sector-focused missions, notably long-standing
collaborators MTANZ, the MedTech CORE, Natural
Products NZ, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise and Callaghan
The Research Quality Association (RQA) was formerly called
BARQA, the British Association of Research Quality Assurance
and was changed in December 2012.
The RQA celebrated its 40th Birthday in 2017.
For information on the RQA organisation structure and the
RQA Office structure please click on the title opposite.
As an Association dedicated to informing and advancing
its members, we provide status and visibility for individuals
concerned with the quality of research and development
concerning pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, chemicals and
medical devices. Since its inception in 1977 the Association
has grown and developed to reflect regulatory changes, the
impact of regulatory inspection and the changing structure
and needs of industry.
The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) is
a global, multi-stakeholder independent organisation
that drives the development of a new world bioeconomy
through sustainability solutions, certification, innovation and
RSB provides credible tools and solutions for sustainability
that mitigate business risk, contribute to achieving the UN’s
Sustainable Development Goals and have the world’s most
trusted, peer-reviewed, global certification standard for
sustainable biomaterials, biofuels and biomass production.
During 2017, The Alliance Founders, AfricaBio, Genome Prairie,
Life Sciences Queensland Ltd (LSQ), Manitoba Agri-Health
Research Network Inc. (MAHRN) agreed to form the World
Food Alliance (WFA).
WFA was formed because it was recognised that there is a
challenge facing the globe to produce enough food of high
nutritional and health benefits, in an environmentally responsible
and sustainable manner. WFA members will use their best
endeavours to work together to engage their respective
stakeholders to collaborate in order to enable the deployment
of Agricultural Innovation through an international alliance
framework to address these emerging global health and food
Under a set of agreed principles, the Alliance Founders will
develop separate projects, each detailing, the crop(s), key
partners, elements of focus and strategies for delivery. They
agree that by consensus they will encourage and invite relevant
stakeholders to participate on a project by project basis.
Zhejiang Council for Health Services Promotion (HSP) was
established in September 2014. It is a non-profit first-grade social
organization registered in Zhejiang. It is jointly and voluntarily
formed by medical institutes and schools, medical & health
centers, medical equipment & pharmaceutical companies,
insurance enterprises, health keeping organizations, health
information & health management organizations, TCM doctors
& medicine, investment organizations & venture companies and
other health services industry organizations all over Zhejiang
To date, HSP has recruited 354 corporate members and 406
individual members. Providing excellent service is our core value
and promoting industry development continuously is our vision.
HSP will strive with great efforts to promote the health industry
of Zhejiang Province.
Section 4: Networks & Strategic Partners
Life Sciences Queensland Limited – www.lsq.com.au