Sunday, November 18, 2007

Co-Founder: Adam Rubenstein

What do I do?

I spend my days (and many nights) at a near fanatical level of focus in aiding and accelerating the growth of the Colorado life science industry towards achieving a top-tier biocluster position whose epicenter is growing at the Colorado Science + Technology Park @ Fitzsimons and the Fitzsimons Life Science District where the Anschutz Medical Campus sits. Keep up with the local industry news by signing up for email updates from the Colorado Life Science Deal Flow blog (here).



  • MBA, Regis University
  • BA, Syracuse University

Why do I spend my valuable time at BioBeers?

Time allocated to BioBeers is an effective and efficient opportunity to contribute to the promotion, cultivation and growth processes of like-minded innovative technology-oriented individuals who share a common interest in the development of the Colorado life science industry. BioBeers functions to catalyze powerful networking opportunities...and did I mention that is just plain fun socializing with such an incredible group of individuals.

My Vision

There is a demonstrated history of successful commercialization of Colorado-based intellectual property. Success begets success in the life science industry in the form of marketed products enabling bio-entrepreneurs to evolve to serial-bio-entrepreneurs. The people, passion and intellectual capital in the region is undeniable; more commercial successes will attract additional capital which will catalyze and accelerate more (successful) products. By 2018 Colorado will be recognized as a premiere center-of-excellence delivering commercialized technologies that contribute to the improved health and well-being of all citizens of the World. Oh…and BioBeers will grow to have chapters in Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, Colorado Springs and the western slope with a membership of > 10,000 individuals.

Say Cheese!

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