1765 S. 19th Ave. Bozeman, MT, 59718 United StatesBioScience Laboratories Inc. is an FDA and EPA registered, GLP, GCP testing lab with over 20 years of experience. Our focus is on topical products and drugs, but we have also helped our clients develop and test medical devices and EPA registered products. We are a clinical testing laboratory that conducts topical evaluations on human subjects.
203 Enterprise Blvd, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59718 USAGolden Helix offers next generation sequencing and SNP analysis services.
614 West Lamme, Bozeman, MontanaAs the Founder and Co-owner of a landscape restoration and management firm, I began using my aircraft and cameras to conduct much more thorough watershed analysis than was possible from the ground. Particularly with fluvial systems, it is difficult, if not irresponsible, to prescribe a restoration methodology without understanding the forces at work upstream, and potential consequences of these methodologies downstream of the project site. In addition, traditional aerial mapping efforts using large image sensors and high-altitude aircraft were extremely expensive, difficult to schedule and were not capable of providing the resolution we needed to assess river bank stability, ground cover, and bed and bar formations. With this in mind I designed a vibration-damped vertical camera mount that could accommodate a wide variety of sensors, and which required no alterations to the airframe. The results vastly exceeded my expectations, and within a few years I was able to step down from the restoraiton company and start Kestrel Aerial Services.
1907 Hollis Street Missoula, MT, 59801 United StatesAUC Solutions provides analytical ultracentrifugation expertise and scientific support, as well as software consulting
348 Berg RoadLake Immunogenics offers custom polyclonal antibodies, plasma products, preclinical large animal studies, and microbiology services.
52583 US Highway 87, Moccasin, MT 59462-9512The Central Agricultural Research Center consists of 600 acres. The CARC serves ag producers by producing foundation seed of crop varieties developed and released by the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES), including cereals, oilseeds, pulses and forage crops. The current research center staff is comprised of two faculty, one operations managers, two master’s level technicians, and support personnel. A local advisory board made up of area producers and industry representatives from the surrounding counties, provides guidance on CARC research priorities.
Assiniboine Avenue Havre, MT, 59501 United StatesThe Northern Agricultural Research Center consists of 3,000 acres at the main facility with an additional 3,960 acres of grazing land located in the nearby Bear Paw Mountains. The 3,000 acres on the main facility supports both crop and livestock research activities which is distinctly unique to MSU. The research center has recently completed $2.8 million of construction and renovation, including a new $2.1 million office/laboratory complex. In the spring of 2014, two center pivots suitable for research will be installed. The current research center staff consists of three faculty, two operations managers, two master’s level technicians, and eight support personnel. A local advisory board made up of area producers and industry representatives from the five surrounding counties, provides guidance on NARC research priorities.
2101 Broadwater AvenueMontana Health Research Institute (MHRI) is an independent pharmaceutical studies research facility.
748 Railroad Highway Huntley, MT, 59037 United StatesTo conduct and promote studies, scientific investigations and experiments relating to agriculture, natural resources and rural life and to diffuse information thereby acquired among the people of Montana", as defined by state statue. We are part of the research component of Montana State University-Bozeman. We conduct agronomic research and education programs for agriculture in the dryland and irrigated areas of south central Montana.
366 Gallatin Park Dr. Suite B Bozeman, MT, 59715 United StatesMontana Molecular develops genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors and custom BacMam vectors for live cell-based assays and live cell imaging. Our sensors are used for drug discovery and to observe and measure cell signaling processes. These assay kits contain the needed controls and sensor packaged in BacMam a BSL-1 vector for expression in a variety of cell types.
1501 North Central Avenue Sidney, MT, 59270 United StatesThe Eastern Agricultural Research Center is located near Sidney, Montana in the agricultural production area involving ten Montana counties bordering North Dakota known as the Mondak region. EARC has 120 acres of sprinkler and furrow irrigated and 40 acres of rain fed cropland. Off-station projects in the region enhance the EARC enterprise. The research center recently completed a $2.8 million building improvement program including new offices, meeting rooms, laboratories and greenhouse spaces. The facility is presently equipped with field and laboratory research equipment, storage facilities and a seed processing lab. The facility also houses the Richland County Extension Office. In addition, the USDA ARS Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory is located nearby with a rich history of collaborative research programs. Dryland crops include winter and spring wheat, durum wheat, barley, safflower, corn and legume pulse crops. Irrigated crops include sugar beets, malt barley, dry edible beans corn, soybean and alfalfa. A local advisory board made up of area producers and industry representatives provides guidance on establishing EARC research priorities.
580 Quast Lane Corvallis, MT, 59828 United StatesWelcome The Western Agricultural Research Center has 29 acres of irrigated land and is in the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 5. The research center is located in Corvallis, MT in the Bitterroot Valley, one of the most beautiful locations in Montana. There is a historical orchard (106 years old) on-site, along with newer plantings of Cortland and Honey Crisp apples on dwarfing roots stocks. Greenhouse and high tunnel facilities are present at WARC, as well as an office and modern laboratory facilities. A local advisory board made up of area producers, MSU Extension agents and industry representatives provides guidance on establishing WARC research priorities. Area recreation activities include golf, swimming, fishing, hiking, kayaking, hunting and mountain climbing. Our Mission The mission of the Western Agricultural Research Center is to serve the specific needs of the clientele in our production area and the broader needs of Montana agriculture in general. This is accomplished through applied research directed to the problems and impacts of agricultural production. The Montana State University Agricultural Experiment Station's mission as established in 1893 by the state statute is "to conduct and promote studies, scientific investigations and experiments relating to agriculture, natural resources and rural life, and to diffuse information thereby acquired among the people of Montana." Thus, the research centers fulfill the agricultural research component of Montana State University's federal Land Grant University mission of teaching, research and extension.
Laboratory Bureau Chief Montana State University McCall Hall Bozeman, MT 59717Our mission is to provide reliable and defendable analytical results for the Department of Agriculture's feed, fertilizer, and pesticide programs as well as to the public on a fee for service basis.
4570 Montana 35 Kalispell, MT, 59901 United StatesThe Northwestern Agricultural Research Center is one of seven off-campus research centers in the Department of Research Centers. The NWARC consists of 200 irrigated and dryland acres and is well-equipped with modern field plot equipment, laboratory equipment, facilities and greenhouse space. The research center is located 10 miles from Flathead Lake, the largest fresh water lake in the western U.S., and 45 miles from Glacier National Park. The area features a wide range of outdoor summer and winter recreational opportunities. The major commodities in the area include cereals, forages, oil seed and pulse crops.
Montana Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 1397, Great Falls, MT 59403The Montana State Grain Laboratory, located in Great Falls, is the only federally licensed crop quality testing facility in the state of Montana. It operates within guidelines established by the USDA Federal Grain Inspection Service (FGIS) and the Montana Grain Standards Act. Producers have the right to request official analysis at the State Grain Lab to assure unbiased testing for grain and seed quality and grade.
9546 Old Shelby Road Conrad, MT, 59425 United StatesWelcome This position is located at the Western Triangle Agricultural Research Center (WTARC), 10 miles north of Conrad (pop. 2800) and 70 miles north of Great Falls, in the agricultural production area known as the “Golden Triangle”. The center is comprised of 75-acres of rain-fed and irrigated crop land. Off-station research investigations are a priority for WTARC researchers and are conducted within seven surrounding counties. Rain-fed crops include winter and spring wheat, durum, malt barley, cool-season oilseeds, and cool-season pulses. Malt barley, wheat and perennial forages are the primary crops produced on the 200,000+ irrigated acres in this region. Current research projects at WTARC involve soil nutrient management, reduced tillage cereal production systems, cereal grain, oilseed and pulse crop variety evaluations, and integrated wireworm, orange blossom wheat midge and wheat-stem sawfly control methods. The WTARC has research laboratories, facilities for processing research plot samples and a full set of modern field plot research equipment for harvesting and planting traditional and reduced tillage research. The WTARC is staffed by two faculty and there are currently eight support personnel positions including graduate students. An advisory board made up of area producers and industry representatives, provides guidance on establishing WTARC research priorities.
1765 S. 19th Ave. Bozeman , MT, 59718 United StatesNelson Labs®, a Sotera Health company, is an industry-leading, global provider of laboratory testing and expert advisory services. We perform over 800 rigorous microbiological and analytical laboratory tests across the medical device, pharmaceutical, protective barriers, and tissue industries. We know that every test matters and requires solutions to complex problems to improve patient outcomes and minimize client risk. We are a business unit of Sotera Health (Nasdaq: SHC), along with Nordion® and Sterigenics®. Together we are a leading global provider of mission-critical sterilization and lab-testing and advisory services for the healthcare industry and touch the lives of more than 190 million people around the world each year.
111 Cooperative Way, Suite 120Radix BioSolutions offers custom assay development, reagent production, and bioanalytical services.
Big Timber, MT, 59011 United StatesSMO-USA offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, site management, trial management, and quality assurance.
136 Harrison Avenue, South Cove 502Tufts University Core Facility provides peptide sequencing and synthesis, gene expression and identification, proteomics, and sequencing services.
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