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Posts tagged ‘citizen science’

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Nov 5, 2013

Successful life science startup entrepreneurs share the basics on starting a business. Aspiring entrepreneurs received advice from an optimistic...

Sep 19, 2013

Each week Brian Britt, veteran Union Tribune radio host, interviews the San Diego’s best and brightest, thought leaders and visionaries for his...

Jul 16, 2013

Bio, Tech and Beyond has opened its doors in Carlsbad. The new facility is a hackerspace for do-it-yourself (DIY) scientists, engineers, and...

May 7, 2013

The San Diego Business Journal recently interviewed Scientist’s CEO Kevin Lustig about his latest side venture: “Bio, Tech and Beyond”, which is a...

Mar 21, 2013

Our Rare Disease Science Challenge ended March 15 and Qiang Chang was voted as the winner of our $10,000 research grant. His project was selected...

Jan 30, 2013

Carlsbad, CA is soon to be home to San Diego’s own community laboratory space. Much along the lines of Genspace in NYC and BioCurious in Sunnyvale...

Dec 12, 2012

We’ve just wrapped up the Tri-State Open Science Challenge, the second that we’ve held. We are proud to announce four winners awarding $16,000...

Oct 30, 2012

It seems as if hardly a week goes by now without reading about a new example of crowdsouricing or citizen scientists working on some of the most...

Aug 22, 2012

Today, we look at our second winner of the Bay Area Open Science Challenge and his work. Derek Jacoby is studying gout treatment and effective...

Aug 21, 2012

A couple of months ago, Scientist and BioCurious wrapped up it’s first Open Science Challenge. We had some great proposals submitted, but...