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Second Genome, a Berkeley Lab startup supporting the discovery and development of therapeutics for infection, inflammation and metabolic diseases, will collaborate with Janssen Biotech to identify microbial patterns that impact ulcerative colitis. The ultimate goal is carving a pathway to treatment. Johnson & Johnson Innovation Center and the Immunology Therapeutic Area within Janssen Research and Development will fund the research. Read more here.
Point Source Power, a startup based on a solid oxide fuel cell technology developed at Berkeley Lab, offers an inexpensive device fueled by burning charcoal, wood, or other biomass that can be used for lighting or charging a phone, a potential boon to the world's 2.5 billion people without access to reliable electricity. For the full story, go here.
Berkeley Lab Tech Transfer kicked off its LaunchPad program in December. The program offers entrepreneurial and commercialization assistance to researchers interested in moving their technology to market. Learn more here.