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Opportunities at the intersection of biology, software, and automation

July 13, 2020

True Ventures

Over the past two decades, we’ve seen hundreds of billions of dollars of market capitalization created by new software and infrastructure companies built at the intersection of mobile, data, and cloud computing. Now, we’re in the middle of an even larger shift at the intersection of biology, software, and automation as old industries are reimagined and entirely new ones are created. 

The biology of business

June 30, 2020

BIOS & Shane Kilpatrick

The 21st century will be an era defined by biological innovation. Accompanying this revolution, biology will inspire a fundamental change impacting our understanding of business & how we think about building, growing, and sustaining companies of the future...

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Ensuring the world has a sustainable blood supply

June 5, 2020

Kitchener Today

Although they are still in the development phase, Membio is still on a mission, making sure there is a safe, unrestricted, and sustainable blood supply...

Meet Membio - the startup dedicated to making blood

June 1, 2020

University of Waterloo Magazine

When the pandemic was in its early phases, there was a severe shortage of blood, both in Canada and the U.S., because of the widespread cancellation of blood drives due to physical distancing. This highlights the fragility of a blood supply system totally dependent on donors...

Waterloo company making blood during pandemic

May 28, 2020

CTV News Kicthener

A Waterloo company who uses technology to make blood says the donation system is unsustainable during a time when it’s needed more than ever.

IndieBio Demo Day 9

February 6, 2020


Membio pitching at IndieBio Demo Day 9 at Herbst Theater San Francisco, CA.



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