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Sean O’Sullivan at IndieBio’s 5th Demo Day

Every single one of us on this stage is touched by the challenges that we all face in life sciences. Which is why with IndieBio we aim to tackle all these really challenging and incredibly important issues not just for us as individuals, but for our society and for our future as human beings on this planet. So I ask you to reach deeply into your hearts and into your minds and look at these companies in depth, and figure out if these are companies you really want to support and invest in and help them on their next stages of their journey. Because this is not another app. This is not an e-commerce play that may go for a year or two and die out. These are things that are actually going to affect our lives, for all of us.

Sean O’ Sullivan’s closing speech at IndieBio’s 5th Demo Day

Graphic art designed by Emilia Diaz of Kaitek Labs, a RebelBio graduate and one of our favorite writers.
Pictures credit to Alexzander Photography.




Emilia Díaz

Best described as an entrepreneur, writer and speaker, Emilia is a young Chilean innovator working in the intersection of science and social impact, hoping to make the world a better place through biotechnology. At 22 she founded Kaitek Labs, one of Chile’s most renowned synthetic biology startups, for which she won numerous prizes, raised public and private capital, and attended business programs in Europe, Asia and Silicon Valley. After 4 years of writing about global biotech in various outlets and seeing the lack of Latin representation in the global scope, she also founded Allbiotech: the first Latin American Biotech network for biotech. She seeks to grow the local ecosystem through scicomm and innovation.

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