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Arvind Gupta’s Jiu Jitsu Makes Biotech Move at Silicon Valley Speed

He built a powerful system for launching scientific ideas into startups. Can he do it again? Arvind Gupta seems an unlikely person to lead the renaissance in synthetic ... blood tests would take minut... read more

A Startup Mentality Gives Public Research a Lift

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Defense became the latest agency to adopt a burgeoning start-up boot camp pioneered by the National Science Foundation ... professor who would soon be one of ... read more

These are the 64 startups unveiled at Y Combinator W18 Demo Day 2

Microbiome therapeutics, Photoshop for augmented reality, and cancer treatments were some of the ideas presented at Day 2 of startup accelerator Y Combinator ... With a team that built APIs for Silico... read more

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Say Goodbye to User Name and Password Logins, and Hello to 'OneID'

Genius Idea: OneID has created single-click ... and passwords for a simple single click sign-in. The Silicon Valley entrepreneur with 30 years' experience hopes to take the web by storm with his new s... read more

The New Rocket Science

Numerous startups in North America and Asia are now trying to grow high-value crops close to city centers this way. The big question that Harper’s big idea faces is ... a “minimum viable product” — Si... read more

Is Breast Milk Good for Grownups?

Now one Silicon Valley startup wants to disrupt breast milk ... Those sugars, the company claims, could be the next big health craze. The science behind breast milk, though, is still too young to tell ... read more

Most successful entrepreneurs are older than you think

Daniel Kim, and Javier Miranda The romanticized image of entrepreneurs is a picture of youth: a 20-something individual with disruptive ideas, boundless energy and a still-sharp mind. Silicon Valley h... read more

Bioproducts are seeing major tailwinds in renewable tech

Brentan Alexander is chief science officer for New Energy Risk. Although Silicon Valley seems to have largely forgotten ... in capital expenditure projects — still large sums for a startup. They are t... read more

At 18, she launched a startup. At 22, she's blazing a trail in the VC world

Her research on genomics has been published in science journals, she's founded a profitable genetic testing company and she recently became the youngest partner to join Silicon Valley venture ... The ... read more

In new leap for AI: Computer chips that can smell

This is only one of the possible uses of what Agabi says is the world's first neurotechnology device developed by his Silicon Valley-based start-up Koniku and unveiled ... why not just take the biolog... read more

IndieBio’s First Class of Startups: Bioreactors, Blood Tests, and DIY Genetic Engineering

IndieBio San Francisco, a startup accelerator dedicated to launching science-based companies ... capabilities also let it spot problems and send alerts to a mobile app. Stem cells for research use. Ex... read more

Genetically Engineering Yourself Sounds Like a Horrible Idea—But This Guy Is Doing It Anyway

They had come from universities, startups and do-it-yourself garage biolabs, united if not by a love of citizen science ... cells down in a centrifuge to create a more solid mass, fry them up and basi... read more

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