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Ever wondered about the security of the code that analyzes humanity’s genetic code? Check out how IQT Labs built a prototype security tool for securing open source bioinformatics packages.

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Code Reuse: Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice?

Living in a Material World – How Advanced Materials are Shaping the Future of Technology

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September 14, 2021

IQT Explains: Current Space Innovations

Interested in learning how IQT approaches its space investments? In part two of our three-part space series, host Vishal Sandesara is joined by IQT’s Kristi Bradford and Kevin Schaeffer to explore IQT’s recent space efforts. Hear from these domain experts as they discuss the startup ecosystem and IQT’s space framework for making investments that can help contribute to national security. 

September 7, 2021

IQT Explains: Space Origins & The Startup Ecosystem

This episode kicks off a three-part space series featuring some of IQT’s domain experts to explore IQT’s space efforts through the years and how they’ve helped enhance national security. In this first episode, host Vishal Sandesara is joined by IQT’s Dave LoBosco and Tom Gillespie to expand on the origins of the space startup ecosystem and the history of IQT’s space efforts that helped shape the current framework used today.