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Sterling Bay and P33 announce program for women in life sciences

By David Roeder, for CS&T, March 15, 2021

Sterling Bay's Prysm Institute and the non-profit P33 have announced a program to take on gender equity while trying to raise Chicago’s profile with venture capitalists. They are cooperating to get more women to successfully launch companies in the life sciences. They aim to find entrepreneurs and get them where they want to be, with the right contacts for funds and mentoring. Read more here.

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