The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced eight new Inclusive Entrepreneurship supplemental awards under the Innovation Corps (I-CorpsTM) program, including one to CSU I-Corps, a member of the National Innovation Network.
CLSI, the non-profit partner of CLSA, has been named a collaborator in an international partnership established to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
From our non-profit partner, CLSI’s latest report demonstrates that Bay Area life science startups are making significant contributions to local and state economy with public and private funding, job creation, and innovative discoveries. Almost half of surveyed companies have a woman in the C-suite.
California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI) names Cupertino High School Sophomore Utkarsh Tandon as the winner of the 2016 Amgen Bay Area BioGENEius Challenge, the premier competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research and innovation in the biotechnology field.
The California Life Sciences Institute is pleased to help host San Francisco’s 2016 STEM Career Awareness Day.
Combined Entity to Continue Mission of Fueling the Entrepreneurship, Education and Career Development that Support the Bioeconomy
The California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI) is working with Bay Area partners to demonstrate the breadth and depth of the Bay Area’s life science startup community, an endeavor that has been undertaken successfully in other major life science clusters across the country. While a number of organizations that support these startups keep some data, our … Continue reading Survey: Showcasing the Bay Area’s Entrepreneurial Strength in the Life Sciences
Four dynamic life science startups – vetted and selected by a distinguished review panel this summer – have been selected for CLSI’s Fall 2015 Fellows All-Star Team (FAST) Advisory Program. The Fall 2015 FAST companies are: Cairn Biosciences, developers of a live cell high-content screening platform; Nodexus, commercializing a novel microfluidic platform for identifying and characterizing biomedical … Continue reading Introducing the Fall FAST 2015 Companies
LUNG CANCER PRIMER The hit TV series Breaking Bad features anti-hero Walter White, who starts out as a sympathetic character: a mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher with a nagging cough that turns out to be lung cancer. Money problems precipitated by costly treatments, poor insurance, and a modest salary push him to start cooking up … Continue reading Breaking Down Lung Cancer
CLSI launched today to focus on fostering the innovation that has made California home to the world’s most prominent life sciences ecosystem. The Institute was previously known as the BayBio Institute, which was established in 1990. Today, CLSI works to ensure that the economic and intellectual power of California’s life sciences sector and its employees remains strong.