Jun Axup is Scientific Partner & Advisor at Indiebio, one of the largest biotech accelerators. She describes herself as an entrepreneurial scientist. She is passionate about helping scientists to bring their ideas from their labs to the market. Scientists are often hesitant about becoming an entrepreneur she shares. Jun developed a keen interest in science and math along with art from a young age. While enrolled in a PhD program to study chemical biology Jun started a side project to create science toys. She raised money through Kickstarter and turned her side project into a successful small business. What drives and inspires Jun to help scientists become entrepreneurs? What are some of the new, cutting-edge technology in biotech? How does she and the team at Indiebio help scientists incubate their idea to start a company?