The Incubator

SAB joins forces with Pennsylvania company to develop COVID-19 therapeutic

Sioux Falls-based SAB Biotherapeutics is joining with global biotherapeutics leader CSL Behring to rapidly develop SAB-185, a COVID-19 therapeutic candidate on track for clinical evaluation by early summer.

3 months ago

SAB Biotherapeutics awarded up to $27 million to test rapid response antibodies

Sioux Falls-based SAB Biotherapeutics will receive up to $27 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop and test a rapid response antibody program .

3 months ago

Biotech industry: We’re coming together to fight COVID-19

We think you’ll be encouraged by how the nation’s biotech companies — including a big player in Sioux Falls — are banding together to fight COVID-19.

4 months ago

SAB delays location at USD Discovery District to focus on COVID-19

SAB Biotherapeutics, a Sioux Falls immunotherapy company rapidly working to develop a therapeutic specific to COVID-19, announced it is delaying its planned development at the USD Discovery District for at least one year.

4 months ago

DSU student leads research in new direction

Meet a DSU exercise science major who’s researching just how training the brain may give athletes a bigger competitive edge.

4 months ago

‘In the thick of it’: Sioux Falls company developing potential treatment for coronavirus

“It takes time, but we absolutely believe we are capable of producing a therapeutic response to this virus faster than anyone, and that’s what we are putting into place now.” As the world battles COVID-19, this Sioux Falls company is fighting back in a big way.

4 months ago

City names new director of innovation and technology

A technology executive from Cisco Systems Inc. in Kansas City has been named the city’s new director of innovation and technology.

4 months ago

Fintech accelerator to host entrepreneurs from across U.S.

Startup owners from across the U.S. will spend the next 10 weeks in Sioux Falls as part of a new fintech accelerator.

4 months ago

Inventor begins marketing safer syringe to health care industry

A Sioux Falls man who spent years working on a safer syringe has patented his invention and is starting to market it.

5 months ago

USD meets growing demand for health care workers with hands-on, high-tech programs

Whether they’re using dental instruments or 3D printers, doing patient simulations or digital image analysis, students at USD likely have health care-related jobs waiting for them when they graduate.

5 months ago

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