The University of North Carolina has issued a press release showcasing a new strategy for de novo protein design developed by two Dualogics co-founders: Tim Jacobs and Brian Kuhlman. In this study, Tim and Brian created an algorithm called SEWING, which computationally mimics properties of natural evolution to allow for […]
Dualogics has been awarded a $50,000 Carolina Kickstart Commercialization Award (KSCA) for the development of bispecific laboratory reagents built on the OrthoMab platform. The KSCA is competitive grant reviewed by an external panel of industry experts aimed at funding startup companies poised to immediately commercialize IP licensed from UNC. The funding will be applied […]
Ryan Hallett, co-founder of Dualogics, has been selected as the recipient of a Innovation Fellowship. The innovation fellowship program is a competitive program organized by the Carolina Kickstart office at UNC Chapel Hill. The Innovation Fellowship will provide valuable salary compensation to Ryan, affording time to continue development of the OrthoMab bispecific antibody platform.