Obalon is a medical device company based in Carlsbad, CA that is developing a minimally invasive device to treat obesity.
Founded in July 2009, Alt12 apps is a software company committed to creating compelling and impactful mobile apps for women. It combines mobile, social and community features that bring women and families together and provides value every important stage of a woman's life. Based in San Francisco, Alt12 derives its name from the keyboard shortcut Alt-1-2, which produces the female symbol.
Founded in 1987, Glycomed developed pharmaceuticals based on complex carbohydrates. After a successful IPO in 1991, the company was merged with Ligand Pharmaceuticals in a stock swap in 1995.