New entrepreneurship program aims to bring new faces to biotechnology
A A group of graduate students are expanding a Boston-based biotechnology entrepreneurship program across the country, hoping to attract startup founders who would otherwise not have access to training, networking and career opportunities. mentoring.
The new program, Nucleate, is now looking for potential founders in often overlooked cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia and Houston, as well as seven other cities. In addition to basic instructions on starting a business, early career scientists and business students can find co-founders, get policy and legal advice, and meet top investors without paying a fee or losing money. equity.