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Building synthetic biology companies at scale: Practical advice from seasoned investors and entrepreneurs

This article is brought to you by Mayfield. Mayfield is a top-tier, early-stage Silicon Valley venture capital firm, which has invested in over 500 companies over a 49 year history, of which over 300 have gone public or been acquired. [...]

By | September 19th, 2018|Bioentrepreneurship, Featured News, Synthetic Biology News|

The story of synthetic biology is still being written—don’t leave the women out this time

Nestled back from the suburban street about two miles away from Stanford’s campus is a tiny red-brown garage with an old-fashioned green door. Inside, Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard built the first Hewlett-Packard products and, the story goes, gave birth [...]

By | September 12th, 2018|Bioentrepreneurship, Featured News, Op/Ed, Synthetic Biology News|

Why biotech is failing women and how we can do better

As a female research scientist, I became painfully aware of the gender parity issues that STEM fields face. And, although I am no longer an active scientist in academia, I continue to pay attention to what is (and isn’t) being [...]

By | September 12th, 2018|Bioentrepreneurship, Featured News, Op/Ed, Synthetic Biology News|

How UK taxes are fueling a new synthetic biology industry

This story is brought to you by our sponsor SynbiCITE, which is accelerating the commercialization of synthetic biology applications. To learn how SynbiCITE is nucleating a sustainable UK economy, visit www.synbicite.com. There’s a reason they call it seed funding. Just [...]

By | September 12th, 2018|Bioentrepreneurship, Featured News, Synthetic Biology News|

The Synbio Stack, Part 1

Introduction There are a few questions that I ask myself every day: How are we going to feed 10 billion people without creating deserts where we once had farms? How are we going to make sure we don’t all [...]

Fair Shares

Pity the entrepreneur wanting to spinout technology from a UK university –who typically demand 50% equity share of the company. UK universities look particularly bad compared to US university counterparts who are willing to negotiate a 5–10% stake. In a 2015 [...]

By | August 24th, 2018|Bioentrepreneurship, Synthetic Biology News|
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