Entries by gean

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INNOVATIVE NEW BIOTECHNOLOGIES SHOWCASED. INDIEBIO DEMO DAY REVIEWED

  IndieBio help scientists become entrepreneurs. Using biology to change the world. Scientist’s mindset are being shifted from academic discovery to product development. The companies at IndieBio tackle existing research issues and create new ideas too. The event took place at Herbst Theatre in San Francisco. 13 companies spoke at this event. Let me now […]

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IndieBio SF Reveals Its Fourth Class of Start-Ups

  On February 9th, IndieBio will be presenting their newest class in a Demo Day at Herbst Theater in San Francisco. Here’s a sneak peek of what the Class of 2016-2017 of the world’s leading accelerator in synthetic biology and biotechnology has in store: A2A Pharmaceuticals A2A focuses on novel drugs for antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, […]

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Evolved Materials: biology is changing the way we eat, drink, breathe, & compute

In today’s silica and petroleum-based high-tech world, we often forget that nature has spent billions of years building technology. Now, with the power of bioengineering, we can harness the advantages of both nature and man-made technologies to make materials even better! Join us in exploring new possibilities with virus-based gas sensors, long-term data storage in DNA, designer fats in foods, […]

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Announcing IndieBio’s 4th Class

  IndieBio is excited to announce our newest class of thirteen biotech startups. These companies are bringing innovation to a host of industries, from classical biotech spaces like drug development and medical devices all the way to veterinary, information storage, and utilities markets. While these companies will be based in downtown San Francisco for the […]

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World Cup Tech Challenge 2016

  GEA Enzymes is engaged in production of biological molecules called Enzymes. These enzymes are capable of catalyzing reactions that naturally would take time, so they are used in industrial processes such as the production of wine, starch syrups and lactose-free food. Currently the process of identifying enzymes is highly expensive and time-consuming. Our team […]

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Leonardo Álvarez Ingeniero en Biotecnología

  En enero de este año, Leonardo Álvarez estaba por terminar su carrera de ingeniería en biotecnología cuando descubrió un método para producir enzimas en masa, de manera rápida y económica. Decidió enfocar esta producción en los lácteos y vinos, y así nació su empresa Gea Enzymes. Con pocos meses, el emprendimiento forma parte del […]