Hoeven: Strategic Partnerships Key to Fargo-Based Aldevron’s Recognition as a Top Workplace

FARGO – Senator John Hoeven today congratulated Fargo-based Aldevron, which ranked third on a Best Places to Work list released by The Scientist, a life science industry magazine. Hoeven commended the company, which manufactures DNA for research and clinical uses, for its growth and noted the importance of strategic collaborations in the biotech company’s success.   

“Aldevron’s achievements are further proof that the partnerships we’re creating in North Dakota through our Centers of Excellence and other programs create good jobs and grow our state’s economy,” said Hoeven.  “The strategic collaborations at our life sciences centers, along with a strong North Dakota work ethic, are making our state a leader in the biotechnology industry.”  

Aldevron is a partner with the North Dakota State University Center of Excellence for Biopharmaceutical Research and Production, which brings together public and private sectors partners to design, develop and produce biopharmaceutical products to prevent and treat disease.