See below for recent news coverage of Temple Health & Bioscience District. Please contact Ashley Schlosser with questions or requests for interviews.

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience board members sworn in

Thomas Baird, John Kiella and Gregg Strasburger were sworn in as board members of the Bioscience District board at the Temple Health and Bioscience District May meeting. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Groundbreaking held for Amy’s House

Amy’s House, a hospitality house for transplant patients and their caregivers, is a TRIO Central Texas, Transplant Recipients International Organization, project. It has been in the works for a number of years. Read the full story…

Central Texas News Now: Temple Health & Bioscience District to host their third annual medical technology conference and pitch competition tomorrow

In preparation for the third annual conference, Executive Director Tami Annable chats with Ann Harder on Central Texas Living. Watch Now…

Temple Daily Telegram: New products connect with Bioscience pitch competition

The Temple Health and Bioscience District annual symposium for entrepreneurs had about 90 people in attendance who heard from leaders in the fields of the medical marketplace, funding, branding and more. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Temple Bioscience District to hold Medtech Symposium

For the past few years, the Temple Health and Bioscience District has held annual events to share information on the ins and outs of starting a business based on a new idea or developing a device in the medical technology field. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram : 3 vie to represent growing West Temple on City Council

West Temple has been without a City Council member for more than three months. That will soon end as voters decide between three men vying to represent District 4. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram Focus on Business: Temple Health & Bioscience District: An Economic Development Asset in Our Backyard

As you may know, big things are happening to the Texas’ biotechnology industry. Temple is one the fastest-growing cities in Texas due to the increasing presence of medical companies, hospitals and industry influence in the area.  Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience district seeks STEM mentors

The Temple Health and Bioscience District is sponsoring its seventh college summer intern program and is looking for mentors who are working in STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The deadline to sign up to be a mentor is April 8. Read the full story…

Press Release: Central Texas Bioscience Incubator Hosts Medical Technology Conference and Pitch Competition This May

Temple Health and Bioscience District presents ‘Growing to Success: Startup and Beyond’ bringing together startups and industry experts to Texas’ biotech corridor Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Backroads: Two historic markers to be placed in downtown Temple

The Santa Fe Plaza is now adding more historic significance to the landscape with the awarding of two Official State Historical Markers honoring Temple’s business and civic engagement. Read the full story…

KWTX: Facility provides home for bioscience startups

Temple Health & Bioscience District hosting open house to show off cutting edge technology. See the interview…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience district launches new website during open house event

Temple Health and Bioscience District opened its doors Thursday to the public for an open house and the launch of its new website. Read the full story…

Central Texas News Now: Cutting-edge biotech startups get a helping hand

Temple Health and Bioscience District opened its doors to the public. The facility is designed to foster the budding health tech industry in Temple. Read the full story…

KCENTV: Temple Health & Bioscience District to host open house for biotechnology community

The Temple Health & Bioscience District is opening their doors to the public for the first time since its ribbon cutting ceremony in 2015. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Election for Bioscience board members scheduled

An election is scheduled May 4 to elect three members to the board of directors of the Temple Health and Bioscience Economic Development District for three-year terms. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience open house Thursday

As the Temple Health and Bioscience District advances so do its partner/tenants, early-stage biotech companies that are taking health-related products from conception to manufacturing. The district will hold an open house 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, at 1802 S. First St., across from the Temple VA. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience board approves ankle replacement development grant

The Temple Health and Bioscience District board of directors approved a product development grant for more than $3,000 for a total ankle replacement device at its December board meeting. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Temple students interning at Bioscience district

Temple Health and Bioscience Health District board members met the two Temple High interns who are working at the district’s incubator for 15 hours a week. The internship lasts for 36 weeks. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience District to livestream learning series

The Temple Health and Bioscience District will be one of two sites to livestream the Texas Health CoLab’s monthly learning series from Dell Medical School. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience students receive white coats at annual ceremony

High school students representing school districts throughout Bell County and beyond took part in an annual white coat ceremony Tuesday evening at the Mary Alice Marshall Performance Center at Temple College. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience interns present summer projects

The number of Texas Bioscience Institute students participating in the summer research projects this year, was smaller than usual, but the participants were as good, if not better, than those of the past, according to those who worked with them throughout the summer. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience board hears of scholars’ work

The 2018 Temple Health and Bioscience District scholars and graduate intern were introduced at the district’s June board meeting. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience District names interns

Summer interns for the Temple Health and Bioscience District have been interviewed and began work Friday.Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: First pitches: Startups tout ideas at conference competition

Brain imaging, narcotics waste and health care-associated infections were the topics of the early stage startup companies that took home the top prizes Friday at the Grow Your Startup From the Ground Up conference pitch competition. Read the full story…

KWTX (CBS): Temple: Medical entrepreneurs get help to start up business

For the second year, the Temple Health and Bioscience District held a conference at which people who have created a businesses in the medical field provided advice to those looking to start one. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: 2 Temple HS students will be Bioscience interns

The Temple Health and Bioscience District will employ two Temple High seniors as interns during the next school year. The board approved hiring two seniors to work in the Bioscience District accelerator beginning in the fall. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: New Bioscience tenant wins in competition

A new tenant of the district, Advance Scanner, recently won first prize, $75,000, in the Epilepsy Foundation’s Shark Tank Competition. Advance Scanner also won an additional $75,000 as audience favorite. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Bioscience internships reviewed

Catherine Vincent and Duyen Nguyen, seniors at Holy Trinity Catholic High School, have been serving as interns at the Temple Health and Bioscience District incubator this semester. Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Pitch competition part of Temple tech conference

The Temple’s Health and Bioscience District is holding a technology conference and pitch competition, “Growing Your Startup From the Ground Up.” Read the full story…

Temple Daily Telegram: Board approves $25K for newest tenant

The Temple Health and Bioscience District board approved granting $25,000 in seed money to its newest tenant, Advance Scanners. Read the full story…

UTSA Today: Meet a Roadrunner: Entrepreneur Ryan Quinn ’15 is taking 3D printing to a new level

He’s an entrepreneur who found his calling at UTSA. Read the full story…