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20 Life Sciences Companies Join BioTools Innovator 2024 Cohort

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BioTools Innovator, a Los Angeles, CA-based accelerator dedicated to supporting life science tools and diagnostics startups, selected 20 companies to participate in its annual BioTools Innovator Accelerator.

BioTools Innovator Accelerator is a four-month program providing in-depth, customized mentorship from senior industry leaders, funding opportunities, and engagement with peers and advisors.

The 2024 cohort was chosen by the BioTools Innovator selection committee including the senior leadership teams of the program’s corporate partners, Research Corporation Technologies (RCT), BroadOak Capital Partners, and Nissan Chemical America Corporation, and with input from more than 130 industry judges from leading life science firms.

The 20 companies selected are:

Anvil Diagnostics – Cambridge, Mass.
Autolomous – London
Axolotl Biosciences – Victoria, BC
CellRev – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Cerillo – Charlottesville, Va.
CytoRecovery – Blacksburg, Va.
EmGenisys – Houston
EpiPaws – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
FemtoFluidics – Excelsior, Minn.
Life Magnetics – Ann Arbor, Mich.
Narwhal Bio – San Diego
Nyctea Technologies – Gothenburg, Sweden
Pluto Bio – Denver
Polybiomics – Berkeley, Calif. and Seattle
QurCan Therapeutics – Toronto, ON and Cambridge, Mass.
React4Life – Genoa, Italy
Redbud Labs – Research Triangle Park, N.C.
Ryght – Laguna Beach, Calif.
Sarcura – Klosterneuburg, Austria
Syenex – Chicago

Powered by MedTech Innovator, an accelerator of medical technology companies and a premier nonprofit startup accelerator in the medical technology industry, BioTools Innovator advances research and improves human health by accelerating the growth of a broad spectrum of life science tools and diagnostics. It matches industry leaders with innovative early stage and emerging growth biotechnology-focused companies for mentorship and support.

Funding for BioTools Innovator is provided by the Frederick Gardner Cottrell Foundation of RCT. Additional support is provided by BroadOak Capital Partners and Nissan Chemical America Corporation.

To date, MedTech Innovator has supported 612 alumni that have gone on to raise over $8 billion in follow-on funding, brought 310 products to market, and achieved 45 exits.