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Dr. Hortense Dodo was invited to be a panelist at the NC Biotechnology life sciences economic development summit in Durham NC on April 19, 2022. The theme: Projects That Grow a Cluster: Seeding Small Company Growth. https://www.ncbiotech.org/events/life-sciences-economic-development-summit-2022
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) awarded IngateyGen a TECP grant in the amount of $200,000 for Technology Enhancement and Commercialization Partnership with key players in the Peanut value chain. CONGRATS TO TEAM INGATEYGEN! https://www.ingateygen.com/
IngateyGen LLC was invited to present a 5 min pitch at the CED Annual Venture Connect Summit https://lnkd.in/eTg2ybGT in RTP North Carolina. Thus, on Friday April 7, Dr. Hortense Dodo https://lnkd.in/dbgwHppd presented highlights on IngateyGen’s mission, the problem, the solution proposed by IngateyGen, the benefit to the peanut value chain, the team and their ask of $1 M to investors. This was a great event with entrepreneurs pitches from 80 start-up/growth companies and attended by over 1000 scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and business leaders. #lifesciences, #allergy, #peanut, #pitch
This is a very good article:
Allergies change how we all eat: The case for re-engineering our food supply
BY LINDA RODRIGUEZ MCROBBIE via The Boston Globe
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