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Facilities

bioLOGIC offers nearly 15,000 square feet of laboratory, office, and meeting space. Tenants have secure, 24/7 access to the lab equipment critical for life science startup companies. Other facility features include building-wide WiFi, convenient parking and reception services during business hours.

Incubator Services

We offer our tenant companies networking opportunities and monthly guest speakers from the life science arena. Tenants also have access to the Kentucky SBIR Matching program and onsite grant strategist, fund raising advisers, PR, accounting, legal, and industry experts.

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bioLOGIC does not take equity and welcome you to join our community driven to launch innovations that improve human health.

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FROM THE BLOG

Companies

  • SQUARE1 is a nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing and growing the entrepreneurial community in the Tri-State. Our unique model provides collaboratively designed office space in historic Covington, shared administrative services and industry specific expertise and support for high promise startups.
  • Ailie BioDerma develops innovative plant-based products that successfully and safely help soothe and restore skin to its natural health. Not only do our products reach the source of the problem, ​they also assist the skin's natural defense and healing mechanisms.
  • By programming bacteria using synthetic biology, we are producing bacterial robots, or BactoBots™.  Our goal is to sustainably and profitably solve very big problems with extremely small BactoBots.
  • We specialize in software solution design and development for internet and mobile applications. We approach software development with a business acumen and the honesty and integrity necessary to facilitate and cultivate a long standing partnership with clients.
  • Our mission is to provide oncologists, Biotech/Pharma/Food Supplement companies with state of the art tools to test the potency of small molecules and food supplements to eliminate metastatic and primary tumor growth.