Jelly Labs

We're Denny and Cindy, working on building equitable platforms for scientists.

Why we stopped and how we intend to be better

Nov 13, 2019

We made a conscious decision to stop working on Experiment in February of 2019. As we embark on building something new we felt it worthwhile to reflect on why we stopped building the first company, what we feel we want to repeat, what we feel we want to improve, and what we feel is just different.  This post was not easy to write, as we are still surrounded by more questions than answers. This is me, Cindy, giving it a try.  Why we stopped  We have many hypotheses as to why we stopped work...

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Our process

Oct 23, 2019

We mentioned earlier that we are now working working. What does it mean to be working working? Well, we have a process designed to keep us productive and happy. This process mainly comes from what we learned from our first company, and also what we've picked up from designers, organizers, scientists, and engineers.Who are we? What are we? Where are we?"We" is the two of us, Denny and Cindy. We are working full-time on this project, Jelly. We currently live in Honolulu, Hawai'i. We are six ...

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The problem

Sep 27, 2019

For a long time, we've been chewing on the problems in Science. From smaller technical bugs to larger systemic issues like incentives and culture, it's very obvious now that scientists and citizens have to deal with a lot of obstacles.  A big part of our perspective comes our experience as scientists, but most of our frame of reference comes from what feels like an infinite number of in-real-life conversations with scientists from all walks of life over the last seven years. Some of these ...

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Hello world!

Sep 18, 2019

We are very excited to share this new home for this little project of ours, and to introduce Jelly Labs to the world. Who we are We are Denny and Cindy. We are two friendly people who used to do science. Denny comes from synthetic biology. Cindy comes from immunology. We enjoy talking to scientists, telling their stories, and building tools that support them to do their best work. Back in 2011, as young scientists, we faced the challenge of trying to find funding to run some experiments te...

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