Biotech Without Borders is a nonprofit with a mission of democratizing biotechnology. They host internships for high school and college students, professional development for teachers, lab space for inventors and entrepreneurs, and offer hands-on laboratory classes and lectures for the public.
Harlem Biospace is a biotech incubator that provides wet-lab space for technology companies and start ups. In addition to space, HB also provides mentoring opportunities, hosts events and classes, and offers science programs for elementary and high school students.
Founded by three Columbia professors, Kallyope's platform targets the gut-brain axis to facilitate drug discovery efforts. Their cross-disciplinary approach involves sequencing, computational biology, neural imaging, cellular and molecular biology, and human genetics.
A resource for anyone interested in nanotechnology. The website contains information on nanotech researchers, companies, facilities, resources, programs and events. A Meetup group meets periodically to discuss different topics related to nanotech.
Quentis Therapeutics is engaged in finding druggable targets in the ER stress pathway. Their first focus is cancer, with a first-in-class IRE1-alpha inhibitor. The company brings together expertise in mmunology, immuno-oncology, ER stress biology, cellular biology, the tumor microenvironment, and drug development.
Founded by Rockefeller scientists, Rgenix uses their drug discovery platform to discover novel cancer drug targets and therefore first-in-class cancer therapies. As of early 2019, the company had three compounds in early stages of clinical development.