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- About In 2006, BayBio divided its activities into two organizations: BayBio and BayBio Institute. BayBio focuses on improving business conditions in the industry through our purchasing programs, events and advocacy as a 501 (c) (6) trade association. BayBio Institute focuses on supporting innovation, entrepreneurship, workforce development and education for the Northern California life science industry as a 501 (c) (3). As the only bioscience association in Northern California, BayBio serves the region's 1, 400+ life science companies, a dozen private research institutes, nine regional universities, and public officials at all levels of government. Founded in 1989 by Dr. Ron Cape, G. Steven Burrill, Brook Byers, and Brian Cunningham among others as the Bioscience Task Force of the Bay Area Economic Forum Expanded Gene Acres into the largest biotechnology facilities specific conference in the world in 1993 Initiated the annual Life Sciences Entrepreneur and Investor Roundtables in 2003 to connect start-ups with venture capitalists Launched the BayBio: IMPACT report in 2005 to highlight the annual economic impact of the industry on Northern California Launched Bio-Community.org in 2010 to connect life science volunteers with educators in the classroom in order to improve science education