Stellate Therapeutics publishes positive results in PLOS ONE on Neuroprotective Properties of Lead Candidate STL-101

Stellate Therapeutics Inc. (“the Company”, “Stellate”), a global biotechnology company developing disease-modifying therapies based on molecules derived from the microbiome to treat neurological conditions, is pleased to announce the publication of data evaluating the efficacy of the Company’s microbiome-derived lead candidate, STL-101 (synthesized queuine) in in vitro experiments. The data, published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal PLOS ONE, demonstrate that STL-101 has neuroprotective properties.

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NovoBiome labelled French Tech Seed by the AgriO

-NovoBiome announces
that the AgriO Committee has labelled NovoBiome a ‘French Tech Seed’, paving the way for
NovoBiome to receive additional public fund.
-Pierre-Yves Mousset, Chief Executive Officer of NovoBiome, said: “We are thrilled to have
obtained this recognition by AgriO, which validates the potential of our disruptive ex-vivo
discovery platform. Moreover, it confirms the interest in the field of intestinal microbiota,
witnessing the close links between the two universes of health, and food and nutrition.”

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Stellate Therapeutics Strengthens Senior Management Team

-Stellate Therapeutics Inc.( “Stellate”), a global biotechnology company developing disease-modifying therapies for neurological conditions based on molecules derived from the microbiome, is pleased to announce the appointments of Dr. David Immke, PhD, as Chief Scientific Officer, and Dr. Jonathan Weiss, PhD, MBA as Director, Business Development, effective immediately.
-Dr. Immke is a scientific leader who brings deep industry and neuroscience expertise to Stellate Therapeutics.

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OMNE POSSIBILE made it to “Top 15 Swiss Biotech Startups making a difference in Europe”.

-Founded: 2021 Location: Basel

-As a brand new synbio company, Omne Possibile develops new-to-nature nucleic acids (XNA), which are modified versions of the natural building blocks of DNA and RNA molecules. XNA can be customized for different industrial applications in the areas of healthcare, information technology, and smart materials. For example, to avoid the limitations of messenger RNA (mRNA), researchers could use mXNA instead of mRNA to develop modern vaccines, treat genetic diseases, or fight pests in agricultural settings.

-In May 2021, Omne Possibile announced an investment of an undisclosed amount by French company eureKARE, which recently launched with €49M ($60M) to finance next-generation biotech companies in Europe.

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Stellate Therapeutics Appoints Sophie Durand as Chief Executive Officer and Announces Capital Raise

– Sophie Durand appointed Chief Executive Officer to guide Stellate Therapeutics towards clinical trials

– Investment from eureKARE to bring long-term expertise, financial and operational support

-EureKARE SA is a recently founded company focused on financing and building next generation biotechnology companies in the disruptive fields of the microbiome and synthetic biology. eureKARE is guided by influential founder, Alexandre Mouradian, along with a pan-European team led by renowned biotech expert Rodolphe Besserve.

– Biotech start-up studio model to select and nurture high quality European innovation with revolutionary potential to maximise opportunities for investors and scientists for the benefit of patients.

– eureKARE is guided by influential founder, Alexandre Mouradian, accompanied by a highly skilled team and an international Scientific Advisory Board of renowned experts

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Omne Possibile launched to harness transformative power of XNA in healthcare, information technology and smart materials

-A pioneering, global technological leader in XNA creating customizable structures to outperform current DNA and RNA technologies.

-Omne Possibile (“the Company”), a global synthetic biology company pioneering the XNA revolution, has been launched today to harness the power of XNA (xeno nucleic acids) to transform medicine, agriculture, energy, consumer products and information technology. XNA is at the forefront of the synthetic biology revolution, designed to overcome the constraints of the chemical structures of DNA and RNA technologies. It is forecast to have a $4 trillion annual economic impact over the next 10 to 20 years, greater than that of the internet.

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