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Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed
Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed

Founder and CEO

John Backus
John Backus

Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer

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Via @Allure_magazine: "Using a fermentation process, biotech company @GeltorInc developed a vegan version of human collagen boosting production of collagen types I and III when applied topically. It increases skin firmness and elasticity." #Biotechnology

The Latest Advancements in "Natural" Beauty Have a Mad-Science Vibe

Flash-frozen succulents, bioengineered sugarcane — there's a whole new class of hydrating, firming botanicals that you (and your skin) need to know ...

www.allure.com

Last week, we had the honor of hosting Dr. Tunyawat (NUD) Kasemsuwan, Director of Global Innovation for @thaiuniongroup at our BlueNalu headquarters! We're proud to have industry partners who share in our mission to bring safe & healthy #cellculturedseafood to the world🌎

Co-founders of @BacktotheRoots, Alejandro Velez and Nikhil Arora, tell Amazon's podcast dedicated to SMEs about how their idea sprouted into a multimillion dollar company with a mission.
#startups

This Is Small Business

This is Small Business explores the journey to success for small business owners by diving deep into the pivotal moments they have faced and conquered...

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Via @nytimes: "The potential market for collagen as a bio-designed ingredient exists thanks to a desire for eco-conscious and ethical alternatives. @GeltorInc has obtained halal, kosher and vegan certification for most of its products." #altprotein

José Melo Barcelos sprays hair samples used to visually assess hair alignment, frizz, and volume after the application of Geltor proteins at the company’s headquarters in Emeryville, Calif.

Is Bio-Designed Collagen the Next Step in Animal Protein Replacement?

One company believes the possibilities go beyond vegan “meat,” from faux leather to luxury skin-care products. But is there enough demand ...

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