BURLINGTON, Mass., June 9 Hyaluron Contract Manufacturing, a contract manufacturer, announced its sponsorship of Girls Incorporated of Lynn, a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring all girls to be Strong, Smart, and BoldŪ.
Girls Inc. recently held their 8th annual SMART Girls Summit for middle school girls. The SMART (Science, Math and Relevant Technology) Girls Summit is aimed at increasing the interest and participation in science, math and technology while building awareness about the wide range of career options available in these fields.
"We are also looking forward to bringing the girls to our facility in a few weeks and give them a tour of our manufacturing area and offer the girls an opportunity meet some of our extraordinary women that will share their time and talent with each one of them, and encourage them to pursue their interests in the science/engineering field," Andrea Wagner, PhD, Vice President of Hyaluron, said.
"We appreciate the wonderful support from Hyaluron," remarked Lena Crowley, Director of Middle School Programs. "It is vital for girls to have the opportunity to realize science and math can be fun and interesting and lead to exciting, fulfilling careers. Although women constitute 45% of the workforce in our country; they hold just 12% of science and engineering jobs in business and industry."
Hyaluron Contract Manufacturing (HCM) is a scale-up process developer and aseptic filler of syringes, vials and custom containers from pre-clinical to commercial scale. HCM offers traditional filling, BUBBLE-FREE FILLINGŪ and lyophilization. HCM excels in scale-up of difficult formulations including: emulsions; viscous gels; suspensions, liposomes, and proteins. HCM has been inspected by the FDA and is ISO certified. For more information on Hyaluron please visit www.hyaluron.com.
About Girls Inc.
Girls Inc. of Lynn has been offering resources and after-school programs for at-risk, low-income girls and their families for over 67 years. For every age, Girls Inc. of Lynn offers a structured environment where girls can access the tools and resources needed to become confident, independent and self-fulfilled. Programs focus on science, math and technology; health and sexuality; economic and financial literacy; sports skills; leadership and advocacy; and media literacy. For information on summer programs visit: www.girlsinclynn.org.
Media Contact: Nonna Druker Hyaluron Contract Manufacturing 781-270-7900 NDruker@hyaluron.com
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