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Inspirational women named in BioBeat 2015

BioBeatBusiness 2015 report identifies inspirational women who are re-setting the imagination of what can be achieved in biotech. 

The report identifies 50 women who are challenging the status quo to bring new strategies and creativity to the global healthcare industry.

BioBeat founder Miranda Weston-Smith said: “Encouraging numbers of female bio-entrepreneurs are emerging and it’s clear they are bringing new ideas to the industry, often through founding their own companies.”

This year of the 50 women there are 17 rising stars including Jelena Aleksic, co-founder of GeneAdviser and new members of ideaSpace City,and ideaSpace alumni Alexandre Grigore, co-founder and CTO of Simprints.

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                      Jelena Aleksic                      Alexandre Grigore
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