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BioBots, Glass-U, Scholly founders nab Forbes 30 Under 30 nods

Skyless Games' Aradhya Malhotra also got featured.

BioBots cofounders Danny Cabrera (left) and Ricardo Solorzano and their bioprinter at NextFab, the company's former HQ. (Photo by Juliana Reyes)

It’s Forbes’ annual celebration of the youth and Penn and Drexel are well represented.
Danny Cabrera and Ricardo Solorzano, the Penn founders of bioprinting startup BioBots, got a shout on the manufacturing list.
Also on there: Glass-U’s Dan Fine (Penn), Skyless Games’ Aradhya Malhotrathe Drexel grad who recently got the so-called “genius” visa to stay in the country and Scholly’s Chris Gray. The recent Drexel grad and entrepreneurial favorite got a big ol’ spread on the “Social Entrepreneurs” page.

Next year, let’s get Temple on the board, plus some hits in the healthcare department.

Companies: Skyless Games / BioBots / Scholly
People: Arad Malhotra / Danny Cabrera / Christopher Gray

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