NuMedii, a new startup from the Stanford-affiliated incubator StartX, has taken a revolutionary approach to pharmaceutical research and development, using “big data” analysis techniques to leverage vast amounts of life science data in identifying drugs’ effectiveness and development potential.
StartX, a Stanford-affiliated startup incubator, had its ninth Demo Day yesterday, with 10 new startups and five returning companies pitching to investors and the media.
More than 100 Stanford students have applied for the Thiel Fellowship, a program founded in 2010 by entrepreneur Peter Thiel ’89 J.D. ’92 that offers students $100,000 to drop out of college for two years and pursue a project of interest. Three Stanford students have been accepted to the Fellowship in its two classes thus far.
StartX, a nonprofit startup accelerator for University-affiliated entrepreneurs, hosted their eighth Demo Day last night, with 11 startups presenting to a crowd of approximately 250 investors and members of the media.
StartX, a Stanford-based startup accelerator and entrepreneur network, received an $800,000 grant from the Kauffman Foundation this August to expand.