BioCurious is a public, non-profit laboratory for scientists and non-scientists to use for biological experimentation. Biocurious offers educational and community outreach programs, entrepreneurship incubation, business mentoring, and angel investment opportunities. BioCurious is located in Santa Clara , California and was founded in 2010 by Eri Gentry, Kristina Hathaway, Josh Perfetto, Raymond McCauley, Joseph Jackson, and Tito Jankowski. The founders of BioCurious ran a Kickstarter campaign that ran from June 26, 2010 to September 23, 2010 (89 days). During their Kickstarter campaign BioCurious raised $35,319 from 239 backers.
In 2011 BioCurious completed their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign with $35,319 in crowdfunding from 239 contributors.
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