CNBC – IndieBio in the heart of downtown San Francisco is developing food products to feed a growing population in an ethical, sustainable way.
THE GUARDIAN – IndieBio is the world’s biggest biotech accelerator, and it only backs the most ambitious of enterprises. Among its alumni are Memphis Meats, Finless Foods, and Ava Winery.
FORBES – The startup accelerator remains one of tech’s most popular ways to get a business up and running. But which ones are the best for new startups? HAX, IndieBio, and Food-X are some of the top accelerators out there.
BBC – Startup accelerator IndieBio changing the world using biology as a technology.
IndieBio, a San Francisco-based biotech accelerator, believes biology is our most powerful technology — powerful enough to begin a “second domestication,” in which meat is grown in a lab and not on the farm — and flexible enough to put neurons on a chip. IndieBio also believes it can help scientists become entrepreneurs.
Technology has transformed the way we communicate, work, and entertain. Many believe it could also change what we eat. Indie.Bio accelerator seeks to literally change the building blocks of your diet.
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Whether it’s a big juicy steak or a tasty shrimp cocktail, some Bay Area biotech startups are racing to fill your plates, but not from a feed lot or the vast blue ocean.
Can biology move at “internet speed”? Is there a Moore’s Law for cells? What about the problems that cannot be solved by information technology alone? IndieBio, a new biotech accelerator based in both San Francisco and Cork, Ireland, is proposing to answer these questions and more.
IndieBio, a seed-stage biotech accelerator, believes we can reprogram life to solve “intractable problems.” It’s helping companies develop faster solutions to those problems with $200,000 in cash and $50,000 in resources, for which the accelerator gets 8 percent equity.
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