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E137: Melinda Richter, Global Head, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS - Interview

December 07, 2017

https://www.linkedin.com/in/melindarichter/ This interview with Melinda Richter is about the future of healthcare technology and innovations. Melinda is the Global Head, Johnson and Johnson Innovation, JLABS. JLABS is essentially an accelerator on steroids, catalyzing startups and scientists to commercialize their technologies. JLABS removes the barriers that entrepreneurs face, liberating brilliant scientists to create amazing healthcare companies that have the potential to save lives and m...

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E136: John Neis, Executive Managing Director at Venture Investors - Interview

November 30, 2017

https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-neis-109134/ This interview is about venture capital in Wisconsin, the Midwest and beyond. It's with John Neis, Executive Managing Director at Venture Investors in Madison, WI. John has been the leading VC in Madison and Wisconsin for many years. He sits on a number of board...

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E135: Joe Kremer, CEO of Isomark - Interview

November 15, 2017

https://www.linkedin.com/in/joekremer/ This interview is about detecting infection in your breath. Yes, that stuff you breathe out. To do that we're talking to Joe Kremer, CEO of Isomark. They're located in Madison, WI so this interview is in person. What Isomark has built and discovered is pretty amazing. Full disclosure, ...

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About Flyover Labs

We're based in Madison, WI. We called our podcast Flyover Labs because Wisconsin and the Midwest are often called the flyover states. That means that innovators and investors and partners fly from one coast to the other. Of course that's not always true.

We want to shine a light on Midwest companies and technologies. But we'll also bring on companies from across the nation and world. We hope Flyov...

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