CRISPR Classroom accepted to Oak Crest Institute of Science Startup Incubator

CRISPR Classroom, a new startup focused on teaching biology through CRISPR curriculum, has accepted an offer to join the Monrovia - Oak Crest Science & Technology Incubator Program (MOST-IP) at the Oak Crest Institute of Science.

 

July 25


Los Angeles, California - July 25, 2022 - CRISPR Classroom, a startup focused on teaching biology through CRISPR curriculum, has accepted an offer from MOST-IP, Oak Crest Institute of Science's startup incubator. CRISPR Classroom will be able to grow and accelerate their mission to close the gap between STEM innovation and education with the help of the resources provided by MOST-IP.


Oak Crest Institute of Science is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institute active in chemistry, biomedical research, education, and innovation. MOST-IP, the Monrovia - Oak Crest Science & Technology Incubator Program, provides consulting services, contract research services, SBIR/STTR grants submission and management, incubation space, and access to advanced instrumentation for early-stage startups like CRISPR Classroom. Additionally, startups can use office space, meeting rooms, general wet and specialty labs to develop their technology.


Importantly, with the acceptance, CRISPR Classroom will be better integrated into the local and regional innovation ecosystem with MOST-IP partner orgs that range from the Pasadena Small Business Development Center, MADIA TechLaunch, Southern California Biomedical Council (SoCalBio), to federal programs by SBA, EDA, NSF and NIH.


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