With one year of cash left, NutraLease shifts focus to drug reformulation and discovery

NutraLease has been trying to fly from its nest at Hebrew University for almost 5 years now. It had a typical start-up launch, with a respected academic founder supplying the underlying IP – a method for creating nano-emulsions that offer better solubility, and bio-availability – which can be used f...

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