CAMPUS NEWS: JUNE 24, 2021

UNO’S BUSINESS HUB

Small Businesses Flourish on UNO’s Campus

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Trivia Frazier, president and CEO of Obatala Sciences, and her team at Obatala Sciences have developed a Fat-on-a-Chip™ System for drug safety and efficacy studies. Obatala Sciences is one of eight companies renting space on campus of the University of New Orleans. (Photo by: Naomi Winston)

Trivia Frazier is president and CEO of Obatala Sciences, one of eight companies renting space on campus at the University of New Orleans. (photo by: Naomi Winston)

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