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Investing in the microbiome – a look back into the future

With 2017 now in the rear-mirror, it is a good time to assess the investment landscape in the microbiome space and try to identify relevant trends indicative of where microbiome science and the industry might be headed next. To do this I contacted Matt Martin, Microbiome Innovation and Ventures Lead at the University of Chicago. Matt has been analyzing the space for some time now, and in collaboration with Michael Lohmeier, a student at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, has kept a tab on companies and investors alike.

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The Big List of Microbiome Companies and Investors

A critical point in any field of research is that of commercialisation; when research builds to the point that the dam bursts, bottlenecks open and opportunities are ripe. 2016 saw the largest peak in microbiome investment since 2012 when the CRISPR-Cas9 ‘instructions’ were published.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Venture Capital Firms

As a start-up looking for funding, every venture capital firm might seem the same, but all money is not created equal. When you present yourself to a venture capitalist, you’re selling to a business. This means you need to get to know their business and what motivates their decision-makers.

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How to get Funding for Your Human Microbiome Startup

The vast amount of research into the human microbiome is attracting new companies to the field and the race to translate scientific data into viable products has begun. Financial interest in the microbiome is at an all-time high, giving many scientists the opportunity to start their own business as product development or service companies.

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