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Biotech Companies Make a Clean Sweep of TCA Quick Pitch Competition

October 7, 2016

Biotech startups outperformed their high-tech rivals to win all three prizes at the 10th annual Tech Coast Angels Quick Pitch Competition. The final of the competition was held on October 6 at Qualcomm Hall in San Diego, giving ten finalists the chance to deliver a two-minute pitch to a packed room of potential investors.

Biotech Startup Stories: nanoComposix

October 7, 2016

This is the next in our series of interviews with the people behind emerging life science organizations to learn what makes them successful. nanoComposix is a nanoparticle engineering company based in San Diego. Richard Baldwin, Chief Scientist of nanoComposix, sat down with LSN to tell us about how the company has leveraged the SBIR grant program and partnered with external companies to fund their R&D pipeline.

This Week in Science – October 7, 2016

October 7, 2016

The Nobel Prize in Medicine was presented to Yoshinori Ohsumi this week for his research on “self-eating” cells, scientists plan to create a quality control ranking system for antibodies, and a new study found that neuron density in the brain is linked to length of your yawn.