By

Luke Timmerman

27
Jun
2022

Nucleate Doubles in Size, Enabling Young Scientists’ Entrepreneurial Dreams

Academia has a tradition of doing nothing, or next to nothing, to educate and encourage young people to learn about entrepreneurship. But whether academia wants it or not, it’s coming. Young scientists are taking matters into their own hands, organizing themselves in many major research hubs. Nucleate, the nonprofit providing free resources to empower a new generation of biotech entrepreneurs,...
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14
Jun
2022

Seattle Children’s Invests $45M in Minority Scientists Tackling Pediatric Disease

Many bright young people never get a chance to fulfill their potential as scientists because they never get on the usual scientific career on-ramps. Many young people who get sick struggle because no one had the motivation or the wherewithal to develop new treatments or diagnostics. Seattle Children’s Research Institute sees the problems, and has crafted a major initiative to...
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2
Jun
2022

Out in the Community in 2022

TR subscribers: I’m traveling more, and looking forward to seeing more of you in person. I’ll be at the BIO Convention in San Diego, June 13-15. They have plenty of outdoor patio space overlooking the ocean at the San Diego Convention Center. Let’s chat. While at BIO meeting people and gathering ideas, I’m also moderating a panel on improving diversity,...
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