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Greg Cruikshank
Worked at LabRoots, Inc.
Attended Northern Arizona University
Lives in Yorba Linda
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Sharks devour whale in Australia, caught on camera. +LabRoots, Inc 
Australia can be one of the most interesting places to see nature at its finest, and for those with drones, you get a birds-eye view of all of it.   S
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Lizard regenerates 6 tails at once. +LabRoots, Inc 
Many lizards have the ability to leave their tails behind when they feel that they’re in life-threatening danger. If you’ve ever grabbed a geck
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Watch this video of a man letting himself get bitten by a Black Mamba poisonous snake.  +LabRoots, Inc 
Let us just start out by saying: do not, under any circumstances, try this stunt at home. Tim Friede is a snake enthusiast that keeps various snakes as pets. He even has some of the world’s most venomous snakes in his collection, such as a black mamba. Friede says that ever since a snake bit him when he was a young child, he has had a huge interest in snakes. Over time, Friede subjected himself to non-lethal doses of snake venom via in...
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Giant spider!  +LabRoots, Inc 
Who hasn’t had the experience of encountering a giant spider, with big scary eyes and creepy crawly legs? Fear, followed by a frenzied attempt to swat the intruder into a juicy pulp is almost a universal reaction to spiders. They aren’t cute, they can’t be taught to do tricks or chase a ball and they don’t seem to serve a purpose, at least not when they’ve wandered into someone’s home uninvited. The camel spider is arguably one of the scaries...
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Lion kills woman in car.  Watch video.  +LabRoots, Inc 
An American woman visiting South Africa on a mission to raise money for conservation and fight poachers, has died after a lion in a tourist attraction lion park attacked her and her companion. Lion Park, just north of Johannesburg allows visitors to drive their own cars through the park but visitors are instructed by park staff, literature and multiple signs to always keep their car windows closed at all times. While driving through an area wh...
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Watch video on new human species found in Ethiopia.  +LabRoots, Inc 
Scientists uncovered what they believe may be a new species: Australopithecus deyiremeda. We could all be related to this human precursor.
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DATE: September 17, 2015 TIME: 7:30AM PDT, 10:30AM EDT As technology advances and globalization develops, our way of life has become more dependent on energy sources to power our everyday activities. The energy we use in our everyday life generates the majority of greenhouse gases in the form of CO2 emissions that are increasing our carbon footprint. CO2 emissions have a wearing effect on our atmosphere, resulting in environmental changes tha...
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Watch this video on the world's largest animals. Unbelievable! +LabRoots, Inc 
It would be safe to say that sometimes DNA gets jumbled up wrong and it results in mutants. It happens for humans, as well as animals. In this video, some of the world’s abnormally large animals are displayed and elaborated. It’s incredible that some of these animals are as big as they are; some of them even break world records. They, being as big as they are, also eat a lot. Whether it’s a house pet, an outdoor pet, or a wild animal, mu...
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Hi Five to a great white shark.  Watch video now! +LabRoots, Inc 
Most people are squeamish about sharks and wouldn’t even think twice about going into the water with them, but not this brave diver. A massive great white shark appeared near a deep sea diver near Mexico’s Guadalupe Island and the first thing he does is get out of the safety of his cage to give the huge fish a high five. Afterwards, the shark continues to check things out, circling the cage before finally leaving to go about his own thing. ...
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Back to the Future hover board reality. +LabRoots, Inc 
In the later 20th century when science fiction movies like Back to the Future grabbed the attention of the world and made everyone super excited about the future, they also increased our expectations of what modern technology would bring. We may not have roads of hovering cars and wear space-like jumpsuits as clothes, but we do have one cool thing – a working hoverboard. Canadian-based engineer Catalin Alexandru Duru invented his own ...
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Watch video reviewing the Bird flu virus worst in US history. +LabRoots, Inc 
Egg prices could rise 75% because of worst outbreak of bird flu in the history of the United States. Almost 40 million birds have been killed due to the outbreak. A state of emergency has been issued in several states across the U.S. This video gives a very brief, but informative summary of the outbreak and efforts made to contain the avian virus.
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Run two science internet companies: LabRoots and BioConference Live
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  • LabRoots, Inc.
    CEO
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Yorba Linda
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Introduction
With over 15 years of sales and marketing experience at various Life Science & Biotech Companies, Greg Cruikshank is leveraging his professional and entrepreneurial skills by running a number of internet companies such as a social networking website catered to the scientific community called LabRoots and a series of scientific virtual conferences called BioConference Live.

Greg Cruikshank founded LabRoots, Inc. in February 2008 and is currently the CEO. LabRoots is a free, social networking site that enables scientists, engineers, and other technical professionals to connect, collaborate with, and learn from each other. LabRoots fosters world-wide scientific communication and incorporates the newest social networking technologies.

Greg Cruikshank founded BioConference Live in February 2009 and is currently the managing partner. BioConference Live is a series online-only conferences focused on the life science and clinical diagnostic community. BioConference Live brings together research scientists, clinicians, healthcare practitioners and professionals, physicians, and thought leaders from around the world to learn about recent advances in life sciences and clinical diagnostics.
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  • Northern Arizona University
    Biological Sciences, 1995 - 1997
  • California State University, Fullerton
    Biological Sciences, 1997 - 1999
  • Esperanza High School
    1988 - 1992
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