Startup Stories: MicroSynbiotiX (Interview with the Life Science Network)

18/05/2017By Matt ScottUncategorized

This month, the Life Science Network — a forum for life science executives, scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and media professionals to foster communication, connections, and collaboration — interviewed MicroSynbiotiX CEO and co-founder, Simon Porphy. Click here to read the original interview.   MicroSynbiotiX, an early-stage biotech company based in Ireland, is developing oral vaccines to prevent infectious … Read More

A Photo Diary: EnerGaia’s Work with Local Women Entrepreneurs, Farmers, and Fishermen

11/05/2017By Matt ScottUncategorized

Following the kickoff of the Aquacelerator, EnerGaia, partnering with land, building, and factory owners to utilize excess space for the cultivation of spirulina, has been hard at work facilitating impact in the Indian Ocean region. Today’s blog provides a recap and photo diary of their journey they have undertaken, supporting economic empowerment for local women entrepreneurs and local … Read More

It’s About Securing Our Oceans

05/01/2016By Maya TrabulsiUncategorized

In November, Conservation X Labs, a technology firm focused on conservation’s grand challenges, in collaboration with SecondMuse and the World Wildlife Fund, hosted the inaugural Oceans Conservation ‘Big Think’ at the Scripps Institute for Oceanography. At the ‘Big Think’, reporter Maya Trabulsi interviewed Carter Roberts, President and CEO of the World Wildlife Fund. He says … Read More

Thinking Big and Sketching a Blue Revolution

13/11/2015By Maya TrabulsiUncategorized

Oceans– they define our coastlines, generate weather patterns, and host the largest habitat on Earth– covering most of the planet’s surface. They are largely unknown, yet dangerously overexploited Photo by David Fleetman/WWF Set against the sound of crashing waves in La Jolla, California, Conservation X Labs, a conservation innovation firm, partnering with the World Wildlife … Read More