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Clara Biotech’s 1-Minute Video for BioTools Innovator Competition


As a finalist in the BioTools Innovator 2021 Accelerator, Clara Biotech presents their 1-minute video. Part of the final selection process is to showcase Clara’s mission, people, and technology.


The competition kicks off today, and we need your help to support our company and our dreams of enabling tomorrow’s medical breakthroughs today! In addition to winning cash awards for views and likes of our video, Clara has an opportunity to touch many exosome researchers and could potentially win up to $200k cash in the final competition.


Please take a moment to watch and like our video (you can even check out the videos and companies we are competing against in the playlist).


It would be fantastic if you could share this with your network and community, but even watching and liking yourself would be a huge help. Clara Biotech is the only Midwest startup that made it to this round, and we’re the only finalist that is exosome-focused.


The winner for the 1-minute video competition will be selected based on a combination of YouTube views, likes, and votes of our selection committee members and the Science Advisory Board community.


We’re excited to be recognized for our work by the BioTools Innovator Accelerator, and we look forward to the opportunity to pitch in the final competition in October.


Our team is passionate about spotlighting exosomes and educating people about their possibilities. This enables us to connect with and celebrate future exosome leaders doing amazing work to advance the exosome space.



About Clara Biotech Clara Biotech enables tomorrow’s medical breakthroughs today through exosomes. The company solves the major roadblock preventing exosome solutions from reaching patients — purification of exosomes from biofluids. Clara Biotech’s solution enables breakthroughs in diagnostics and therapeutic pathways for a wide variety of conditions, including cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, ischemic stroke, and more. For more information, visit clarabio.tech.