The Business of Black Beauty: Consumer Needs, Investments and Resilience

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U.S. Black consumers spend $1.2 trillion annually, with shoppers spending an estimated $127 million on grooming aids and $465 million on skin care. However, according to the Census Bureau only $2.5 million is contributed to Black-owned businesses and a Stanford University study found that only 1% receive loans in their first year. That’s seven times [....]

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Developing Alternative Administration Techniques for Therapeutics and Vaccines

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Expanding the mechanisms for administering therapeutics and vaccines may have the potential to disrupt the status quo and improve availability and accessibility of therapeutic and preventive treatments. This session will explore opportunities for alternative delivery mechanisms and novel innovations which aim to provide alternative methods of administration, including micro-array patches and nasal and oral/sublingual administration. [....]

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Solving the Unsolvable: Could Quantum and other Non-traditional Computing hold the key to accelerating drug development?

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Full-scale quantum computers could have the potential to revolutionize many industries, solving previously computationally impossible problems and uncovering unimaginable new possibilities. So why wouldn’t we apply this tool to try and solve the world's greatest healthcare problems? This promising, new technology could simulate larger, more complex molecules, and could simultaneously review multiple molecules, proteins, and [....]

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Let’s Discuss the “still” Soaring Healthcare Investments in 2021 and beyond

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Jonny’s back! Despite the continuation of COVID -19 through 2021, 2021 was a spectacular year for venture fundraising. Investment in every healthcare sector set records, and most experienced record IPO activity as well. With pullback in both investments and public market performance in late 2021, what will 2022 have in store? Jon will provide his [....]

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