The company is Novophage and the CEO, Micah Rosenbloom, was HBS’03 and cofounder/COO of a successful exit in our portfolio, Brontes, which he sold to 3M and then ran the division for 2 years before starting this company. He’s an awesome entrepreneur. Here’s their blurb:
Novophage's vision is that one day pathogen sensors will monitor environments the same way we use smoke detectors today. Novophage is a dynamic start-up company at the intersection of breakthroughs in synthetic biology, sensors and data modeling and visualization. The company’s mission is to improve the health and safety of global consumers by building integrated systems that can quickly and easily detect harmful bacteria in the food, healthcare and other industries. The technology will be sold to large food production facilities, processors and retailers. In the future, this technology can be applied to anywhere where monitoring environmental healthy and safety is critical such as hospitals, nursing homes, cruise ships and other large institutions. The technology enables data driven decision making before problems develop.
If interested, contact Micah Rosenbloom directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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