Investment firm Fifty Years aims to enlist more people with at least graduate-level scientific education in startup investing
Venture-capital firm Fifty Years wants to bring late-stage academics into early-stage investing.
The San Francisco-based biotechnology investor is launching a new program to recruit more people with doctorate degrees or similar advanced scientific training into startups and venture capital. The goal is both to help scientists translate their work into viable businesses and to ease tech investors into complex fields such as biopharmaceuticals and synthetic biology.
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