A Sioux Falls golfer’s invention to help players improve their ball position for the short game has made it to market.
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Here’s good news for researchers at Sanford Health and the state’s bioscience economy: A major grant from the National Institutes of Health has been renewed five more years.
When your board chair is elected mayor, it demands a quick replacement. We catch up with entrepreneur Mike Vetter, who is fulfilling Mayor Paul TenHaken’s leadership term at Zeal, about what’s next for the entrepreneur-focused organization.
They reversed blindness, helped children walk and set the standard for all gene therapy trials. Meet the finalists for Sanford’s first $1 million Lorraine Cross Award.
“There has never been a platform, at least in my experience, that has been able to do so much so quickly.” The science being done at SAB Biotherapeutics could be huge, not just for South Dakota but for human disease. We got a rare look at where it all will start.
Each week, a class of high school students takes a short walk across the parking lot and enters a place where their classroom learning takes on real-world meaning.
The chief science officer for promising biotech startup SAB Biotherapeutics will update work at his company and give an overview of the bioscience landscape in South Dakota at an event Oct. 9 from the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship.