If you could capture greenhouse gases like CO2 or methane and turn them into usable products, what would you make? There are a few challenges here. Which gas would you choose? What source would you […]
After many years with a focus on R&D, how does a biotech company then launch its first product with no track record in the market and no established relationships while essentially launching the company as […]
Every scientist will experience frustration. At some point, many will wonder if they made the right career choice. That can be scary. The Once a Scientist podcast will bring comfort in your time of need. […]
You already know San Diego is a fantastic place for science and technology. But maybe you think that happened by accident or just because the weather is spectacular. The climate does play a part, but […]
? There is more life science research going on in space than you probably imagined. And amazingly, experiments including microscopy, are controlled from the ground. It’s a long way from the days of shuttle astronauts […]
There are 2 Northern White Rhinos left in the world. Both female. Yet because someone thought to preserve tissue samples back in the 1970s without any idea of the possibilities, there might be a chance […]
The San Diego Angel Conference takes place March 28, 2020. At this conference at least one company will be selected as the winner of a pitch contest to receive angel funding from a fund capped at $1,000,000.
The process begins in December with applic… […]
What is the SDBN BUZZ? This podcast is intended to connect the San Diego life science community through trending topics and thoughtful conversations.?
We’ll cover innovation, entrepreneurship, careers, diversity and more.
In this episode, Mary Canady… […]