JLABS in the media

Apr 3 2017HATCH | San Diego MagazineMarie Tutko

Look Inside Johnson & Johnson's 'No Strings' Startup Space

In 2011, changes in the company’s pharmaceutical division left its 300,000-square-foot San Diego R&D facility with vacant offices. Instead of moving more employees in, it saw an opportunity to try a radical idea, and devoted the extra space to a pilot program it had been considering: an in-house biotech incubator, with no strings attached. Called JLABS, it was a pioneer among such programs. Startups developing new cancer treatments or wireless health care devices get to lease the lab equipment they need, without having to turn over any stake in their business.

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