The California Biomanufacturing Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting industry development and workforce and training. CBC was seeded by the City of Vacaville in 2020, to usher in the next era of growth and success for one the largest clusters of biomanufacturing companies in the world.
Take a quick tour and get an introduction to more than 500 acres of existing industry leaders and new development opportunity at the California Biomanufacturing Center.
We are all in to foster the success of biotechnology companies. Vacaville has been a preeminent biomanufacturing location for more than three decades.
We partner with area institutions including Solano College, University of California at Davis, and more. From entry-level to continuing education for mid-career professionals, CBC is pleased to assist with training and professional development.
Need a better understanding of available land and commercial real estate in the area? Looking for a clearer picture of the development process? We're pleased to support you in your site selection process.
In 1987, two companies moved to Vacaville and started a movement that changed the life science industry.
Biosource, later known as Large Scale Biology, relocated from silicon valley at the same time as Alza Corporatiochose Vacaville for manufacturing.
Stay tuned for more information to come about our HISTORY PROJECT.
Would there be some technologies so sensitive that product and process innovations couldn't be introduced in live production environments? The answer in biomanufacturing is a resounding yes!
Stay tuned for more information on our TEST BED INITIATIVE.