The accelerator is providing biotech startups with 0,000 in funding, as well as lab space and mentors, such as 23and Me co-founder Linda Avey and Human Genome Project founder George Church.
The leaders behind the accelerator are confident that they’re helping to shape the next billion-dollar biotech innovation and solve intractable problems using biology.
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September 18, 2015 By Renee Morad, Bio Breaking News Staff The San Francisco Bay Area has long been regarded as an epicenter of technology and a leading biotech cluster, but now, the tech and biotech sectors are, literally, beginning to collide.
For starters, more collaboration between tech and biotech is taking hold.
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