Venture Lane also put together a playbook, a 22 page document covering policies ranging from rules for visitors and the guidelines to follow in the event someone tests positive. Members are also offered a free antibody testing by one of Venture Lane’s member company, Meenta.
What if scientists could plan and run experiments much faster? Meenta’s software platform is making the use of high-end research equipment far more efficient. Co-Founder & CTO Stephan Smith is excited by the massive opportunity his startup is addressing.
Science is broken. Vast increases in people and money applied to scientific inquiry have failed to raise the rate of discovery. Among the reasons for this is that the workflow of labs is firmly stuck in the 1990s. Repeat founder Gabor Bethlendy is tackling this huge problem by creating Meenta.io, a platform to allow researchers to plan and execute their experiments via an online interface. Gabor is tenacious and energetic. He’s recruited to his effort co-founder Stephan Smith who is also very impressive and complements Gabor’s scientific background with a sophisticated understanding of the online universe. They’ve signed up their first big paying customer and have had a great stint at Techstars which has refined their go to market approach.
Genome sequencing is one of the more complex subjects of life science, and those working in it have all sorts of difficulties. A recent graduate of Techstars Boston, Meenta is a startup looking to assists genome scientists in finding sequencers for research.