Spring 2019 News from The Disruptive Factory: Denise Pines and WisePause Lifestyle Summit

It’s been an exciting spring season for The Disruptive Factory (TDF) as we work with our partners and clients to grow and expand their offerings worldwide across different industries. This month, we are delighted to introduce our valued TDF partner and team member Denise Pines, and the incredible work she is doing to transform midlife wellness for women. A longtime community health advocate, media pioneer and award-winning marketer and serial entrepreneur, Pines currently serves as president of the Medical Board of California. In this role, she is making great strides to improve transparency and recently invited patient advocates to the table to discuss the Board’s enforcement efforts, listen to their concerns, Read Full Blog Post >

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Disrupting Our Way into 2019: Reflections From The Disruptive Factory

The Disruptive Factory is growing rapidly, taking on exciting new projects and gearing up for an unforgettable 2019.  Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what we’ve been up to in the last year, and what’s on the horizon for the next year.  Many of our clients and partners have hit incredible milestones, including our partner BioLargo‘s new acquisition of breakthrough stem cell therapy technology called SkinDiscTM that uses a homogeneous cocktail to generate a cell-rich bio gel that supports the healing of chronic wounds. This new technology has been proven to help salvage of limbs that otherwise may have led to amputation and costly treatments. The Disruptive Factory is hard at work building Read Full Blog Post >

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Houston Biocomputing Startup Cemvita Exa Develops New Way of Storing Data in Protein to Solve Storage Shortage

HOUSTON BIOCOMPUTING STARTUP CEMVITA EXA DEVELOPS NEW WAY OF STORING DATA IN PROTEIN TO SOLVE STORAGE SHORTAGE We’re delighted to share this news from our partner, Cemvita Exa about their technology breakthrough in biology-based solutions for data storage. They’re tackling the world’s rapidly-growing shortage in data storage by converting text data into protein. With conservative estimates suggesting that traditional data storage technologies (such as silicon-based and DNA-based) can only store half of the data generated by 2025, Cemvita Exa’s nature-inspired storage solution is stable at room temperature (similarly to human hair and nails), and does not require the carefully-controlled and energy-intensive storage support required by current methods. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Read Full Blog Post >

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