In March, a team of graduate students from Northwestern University in Chicago was chosen as a winner in the Breast Cancer Startup Challenge, a global competition featuring research technologies developed by scientists at the National Cancer Institute and Avon Foundation-funded university labs. Following the win, the team launched tech startup Orpheden Therapeutics to develop a promising new personalized cancer treatment. Below, CEO John Kuelper talks about the plans for Orpheden. Read more
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James Li’s parents were apprehensive when their son, a Georgetown University undergrad, expressed his sincere commitment to starting a company while in college. Despite being entrepreneurs themselves, or perhaps because of that, they had concerns about James trying to build a tech startup without business experience or capital in the bank. They urged him to take a job at an established company. Read more
Graphene Frontiers’ CEO Michael Patterson says the company has hit an inflection point. Six months into its key National Science Foundation grant, the tech startup is shifting from broad research to development of a specific application in the biosensor market. Read more
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