http://indysci.org/ (email: isaac at domain)
indysci.org is a 501(c)(3) science and technology research nonprofit. Our first project aims to deliver an IP-free ("open source") suite of anticancer pharmaceuticals through preclinical trials. The first candidate is currently in animal trials.
Stay tuned for an announcement about results sometime in [Late Fall 2018].
I've been: A molecular biologist that discovered that an enzyme was secretly an NPN transistor, "hardware" verification engineer bugsquashing the neo rex architecture (http://www.rexcomputing.com/) prior to tapeout, and a computer scientist developing experiments to profile factors governing application behavior at (http://rstor.io), the implementor of John Gustafson's Posit Numerical System (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aP0Y1uAA-2Y&t=4275s), and have (unsuccessfully) tried to pitch several biotech startup ideas.
If you are interested in a consultant with intimate knowledge of floating points mechanics, drop a line.