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  1. Tales of a Startup: Dermala

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    With a modern understanding of the human microbiome, the gut-skin axis, DNA sequencing, data analytics, and behavior science, Dermala’s acne-fighting regimen fights all causes of acne, not just one of them.

    Named San Diego’s Top 500 Most Influential Business Leader by the San Diego Business Journal three years in a row and the Most Innovative Thinker by the San Diego Magazine in 2016 Lada Rasochova embodies the art of innovation.

    Check out our latest Q&A with Dermala’s Founder & CEO.

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  2. Tales of a Startup: Nanome.ai

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    Nanome is transforming how we interact with and understand science, creating a virtual world where users can experiment, design and learn at the nanoscale. They are building an open platform to solve age old problems of collaboration, incentivization and siloed information – creating a world with open access to science & technology.

    Check out our latest Q&A with Steve McCloskey, CEO & Chairman of the Board.

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  3. Tales of a Startup: Cytonus Therapeutics Inc.

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    Changing the Paradigm of Cancer Therapy and Beyond. Cytonus™, derived from the Greek words Cyto meaning cell and Onus or carrier. Cytonus Therapeutics Inc, has developed a next-generation Adoptive Cellular Therapy (ACT) platform technology with numerous medical applications.

    Check out our latest Q&A with Remo Moomiaie-Qajar M.D.

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  4. Biolinq Adds $4.75M to Advance Glucose Monitoring Biosensor Patch

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    Biosensor startup Biolinq said Thursday it has raised $4.75 million from new investors, including the New York-based Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, following the results… Read More

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  5. Understanding the Science of Work

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    From the hockey rinks of Canada, to conducting research on innovation, School of Global Policy and Strategy professor Elizabeth Lyons stays on the cutting… Read More

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  6. Insight from a Nobel Race and a Life in Science

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    “At a Feb. 15 public lecture, Nobel Prize winner and former UC San Diego graduate student Venkatraman “Venki” Ramakrishnan took his audience on a deep… Read More

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  7. A New Hope for Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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    For years, innovators and ocular researchers have attempted to solve the issue of blindness caused by macular degeneration. Until recently, the outcome of this… Read More

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  8. UC San Diego’s ‘Proof-of-Concept’ Awards Move Campus Health Innovations to Market

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    UCSD News Link Nine teams of UC San Diego students, faculty and other researchers who have developed novel innovations that could improve various aspects… Read More

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  9. UC San Diego Earns National Recognition for Economic Partnerships

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    The University of California San Diego has been named an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, a… Read More

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  10. UC San Diego Cohosts Small Business Innovation Research Tour in San Diego

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    UC San Diego, alongside Biocom, is hosting the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Tour in San Diego, Sept. 11, at the Alexandria, Torrey Pines.… Read More

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