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I have worked in both University and Private sector labs and studied biology at UT Austin.
After leaving academic research I helped form Prophase BioStudios and built a laboratory out of a local Hackerspace.
Using the laboratory at Prophase BioStudios I started doing my own independent experiments that led me to create my Biomanufacturing company, Portunus.
My interests are primarily in biotechnology, particularly in the realms of fabrication and human enhancement.
In this episode of The Everyday Innovator the host is interviewing Amy Radin on her 9 point innovation strategy as part of her book The Change Maker’s Playbook: How to Seek, Seed and Scale Innovation in Any Company. This book is a good insight into the process of large companies developing new technologies.
This podcast discusses how the discipline of innovation is done through Amy Radin's experience working with banks and testing digital payment technologies. She began as a marketer and later moved into innovation. This uncommon position of going from a large corporation to working primarily with start ups gives an interesting perspective and helps juxtapose the strategies of start ups with the traditional corporate world.
While financial technology might not be the first thing that one thinks of when they hear the word innovation; understanding the more traditional business perspective on innovation could be very helpful for anyone interested in working for a technology company.