Jeff Bezos’s family office bets on Sujal Patel’s startup that is mapping human proteins
Sujal Patel’s data storage company, Isilon Systems, was one of the only tech startups to raise investment funds in the dark winter of Seattle’s early 2000s dot-com bust.
In his latest venture, called Nautilus Biotechnology , he’s tackling a more difficult problem than computer storage.
The round was led by Vulcan Capital, the investment house of the late Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen, and was joined by Jeff Bezos ’s family office.
Mallick is the company’s chief scientist.Nautilus has high hopes for the potential impact of studying proteins.
But the experience convinced him that there’s potential there, and Nagae said he’s impressed by Nautilus.
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