Science as an Art Form (Artistic Scientist) with David Kiewlich, Founder at BADASS Labs
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New Entrepreneurs are often given money and told to sink or swim, figure it out. Those projects are likely to fail, we don't want that. David Kiewlich from BADASS Labs joins us to share his passion to ensure every good idea has the best possible chance to reach the marketplace.

Talking Points: 

{01:35} David’s food reclamation project

{05:25} How David became passionate about science.

{07:23} The specific area of science that piqued David’s interest.

{09:16} Getting through Harvard with two jobs in three years, while working multiple jobs

{11:00} The person who influenced David.

{19:00} Science and Art.

{23:00} Naming the lab

{27:14] The model of David’s Lab when it comes to helping entrepreneurs 

David Kiewlich Bio:

BADASS Labs Founder and CEO, David Kiewlich, started out as a biotech entrepreneur himself in search of wet lab space. What he found was that the Bay Area biotech start-up sector was vastly underserved with the type of lab and office space necessary to thrive. The vacancy was so low, that they are forced to go into spaces that are suboptimal. Working in those environments puts an incurable amount of strain on these companies. 

BADASS Labs’ aim is to support startups to create a viable product so that they can go out and get the funding they need. 


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