• LabFellows Looks to Become “Operating System” For Life Sciences Cos

    9 days ago - By Xconomy

    Scientists, no matter how sexy the research they're conducting, aren't immune from the administrative minutiae of office life. Such tasks steal time away from researchers' main objectives. However, that wasn't the problem San Diego startup LabFellows was looking to solve when it launched in 2014. Founders Julio de Unamuno IV and Tim Ryan saw an opportunity to serve small research groups and nascent biotechs by offering fully outfitted lab space-think WeWork, plus Bunsen burners. Soon, though, they realized that the people using the space didn't just need space in which to do science: They...
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