May 2024 Newsletter


Wareham networking opportunities and annual events of nonprofits we support.

Bike to Stanford's energizer station on Thursday, May 16, between 7:30a-9:00a at the corner of 59th Street and Hollis Street to get a free T-shirt and enter to win a Tern D9 folding bike.

Campus Community Connections:

Campus Community Connections:

And now that spring is here, Wareham will be hosting afternoon Campus Community Connections, another networking opportunity to take a break, enjoy the fresh air, ice cream and sweets with your colleagues at all our research campuses.

Join us for ice cream and smoothies in May and to meet your campus colleagues:

  • May 21 at 1:30-3:30p at Point Richmond Tech Center. Meet us at 503 Canal Blvd. near the basketball court.

  • May 22 at 1:30-3:30p at Aquatic Park Research Campus. Meet us at 725 Potter Street in the pocket park.

  • May 29 at 1:30-3:30p at EmeryStation Research Campus. Meet us at 5959 Horton Street on the podium garden.

Keep an eye out for more info in our building lobbies and from your property management team. Looking forward to seeing you!

Upcoming in June:

Two great nonprofits Wareham has long supported and wonderful annual events at our 2600 Tenth St. building in June. Join us!

Berkeley Humane always has a great turnout:

Bring your kids to Scientific Adventures for Girls' Family STEAM Event:

Many thanks to Dr. Sanjay Konagurthu from Thermo Fisher Scientific

for great presentation at our recent EmeryStation Research Campus Speaker Series.

Dr. Konagurthu's topic of advancing therapies by leveraging AI tools and machine learning attracted attendees via zoom or those who came in person to network with colleagues and enjoy a great free lunch. More speakers on AI to come!

Wareham's long-term relationships with our tenants and the greater Bay Area research community make our networking events popular. Besides our two monthly Wareham hybrid luncheon speaker series, we have great venues at our EmeryStation Research Campus and our Aquatic Park Research Campus to host daytime or after-work panel programs or other networking events.

Please contact Judy Wetterer to discuss your ideas for a speaker series lunch or for other networking opportunities. We look forward to helping you make those ideas happen and to helping you and your team meet your goals.


Other highlights to share as well.

ABPDU (Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts Process Unit) announced that ABPDU and Pow.Bio have now successfully demonstrated a fermentation platform that can drastically reduce CapEx and OpEx, paving the way for "high-yield, low-cost" second generation biomanufacturing.

Caribou Biosciences

  • Caribou expanded the clinical development of CB-010 with FDA Clearance of IND in Lupus.
  • Paul Donohoue, director of platform discovery at Caribou, was selected as one of this year's San Francisco Business Times Bay Area 40 under 40. Paul is a co-inventor of Caribou's chRNDA genome-editing technology.

Kyverna Therapeutics announced the First-in-Disease Use of Kyverna's KYV-101 in Patients with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis published in Med.

Pivot Bio announced that it's On-Seed technology was named a World Changing Idea by Fast Company. This technology allows farmers to deliver ~25% of their nitrogen needs through our patented seed coating.

Scientific Adventures for Girls

  • SAfG was invited to the White House Executive Offices as one of the 100 STEM Leaders nationally.
  • Courtenay Carr Heuer, Co-Founder and Executive Director, was inducted into the 2024 class of the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame for contributions to Science-Tech-Engineering.

Stanford Medicine announced that it has launched cancer trials at its Emeryville cancer clinic. The study examines ER+ breast cancer subtypes and assesses tumor response to antiestrogen medications before surgery or treatment.

UPSIDE Foods is a finalist on Fast Company's World Changing Ideas list in the food category, recognizing products or services that change what we eat, how we eat, or how we get our food.


Conference rooms to reserve, fitness centers, bike parking and bike repair stations, pocket parks, art, and gardens may be found throughout our research campuses. Watch for all the networking opportunities we provide.

Restaurants serving our campuses and cities.

Please continue to support these popular and loved restaurants serving our campuses and cities.

Check out their websites, call, or order from your favorite restaurant app. Many of them cater your lunches and meetings as well.

The Bureau 510


Polaris Cafe


Bangkok by the Bay

Coming soon.

Ruby's Cafe


Summer Summer Thai


Mint Leaf


Branch Line Pub




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