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Indiegogo Alum uBiome Donates Funds to Oral Disease Prevention Research

uBiome, a microbial genomics company, announced on Friday that it is supporting the prevention of oral disease, the most prevalent chronic disease in both children and adults in the United States, in three ways. The company is making a donation to the Smiles Across America… Read More

Brief: uBiome Announces Partnership With HelloFlo For Crowdsourced Pregnancy Study

Taking time away from its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, uBiome has announced a partnership with HelloFlo, a health and wellness resource for women, to crowdsource a study of the pregnancy micro biome. uBiome will be partnering with HelloFlo as they launch their new product geared toward women… Read More

Indiegogo Success uBiome Returns to Raise $50,000 For Dental Genome Kit

uBiome is launching the “world’s first” dental citizen science crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo two years after it made history with a record-breaking campaign to sequence the human microbiome. Raising over $350,000 from over 2,500 participants in 2013, the biotech startup sparked the era of microbiome-based personalized… Read More

uBiome Fundraises on AngelList: Know Your Gut

 UBiome is again trending as AngelList’s number one startup.  Founded by UCSF scientists and Stanford and Cambridge technologists including Jessica Richman, Zacher Apte, Siavosh Behbahani, Hans Gangeskar and Brooke Anderson, uBiome is using data to understand the human microbiome. Incubated by Y Combinator, 500 Startups… Read More

uBiome Crowdfunded Over $350,000 on Indiegogo, Now They are Raising Capital on AngelList

Worlds “first citizen science project to sequence the human micro biome” – uBiome – raised $351,000 on Indiegogo in one of the largest “citizen science” crowdfunding campaigns ever.  The campaign ran from November 16, 2012 to February 18, 2013 – closing almost one year ago…. Read More

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