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  1. UC Anschutz startup gets $6M boost to fight disease with stem cells

    Businessden.com - Business 03.30 / 11:44 businessden.com
    Following a $12 million capital raise in 2015, a UC-based biotech company is looking for more backers to fund research The post UC Anschutz startup gets $6M boost to fight disease with stem cells appeared first on…
  2. Facebook's little-known billionaire cofounder is funding a London startup

    Facebook's billionaire cofounder Dustin Moskovitz is funding the operations of a London startup called Founders Pledge, which encourages high-potential entrepreneurs to commit to giving to charity when they eventually exit their…
  3. How Trump's Travel Ban Helped This Startup Double Sales in One Month

    Inc.com - Business 03.30 / 10:12 inc.com
    This New York City based catering company says its secret ingredient is its employees, who are all…
  4. Facebook's little-known billionaire cofounder is funding a London startup

    Facebook's billionaire cofounder Dustin Moskovitz is funding the operations of a London startup called Founders Pledge, which encourages high-potential entrepreneurs to commit to giving to charity when they eventually exit their…
  5. Finnish cleantech startup Aeromon revolutionises emissions mapping through drone-mounted sensors

    News.cision.com - Media 03.30 / 08:31 news.cision.com
    Innovative Finnish cleantech startup Aeromon (http://aeromon.fi/) has developed a unique platform for rapidly mapping over 70 different industrial emissions. By deploying sensors in static, hand-held and drone-mounted configurations, Aeromon uses its cloud-based service to fluidly analyse emissions patterns in any industrial setting - including those that previously proved difficult to access. This enables Aeromon clients to save more time and resources than ever before when managing the …
  6. Smart helmet wins Kawai Business Startup

    English.vietnamnet.vn - Science 03.30 / 04:09 english.vietnamnet.vn
    VietNamNet Bridge - Savy Helmet’s Assistant, a smart helmet which allows users to make and receive calls and read messages hands-free, can alert relatives in case of e…
  7. This Is Harvard’s Next Black Beauty Startup

    Blackenterprise.com - Business 03.30 / 03:13 blackenterprise.com
    The founders of Mented share how they got started and how putting on a…
  8. Coworking firm greenlights Dallas startup world with 2 new spaces

    Dallas.culturemap.com - Technology 03.30 / 00:01 dallas.culturemap.com
    Community work space WeWork is expanding its presence in Dallas with two branches opening in 2017: one is coming to downtown Dallas at the Thanksgiving Tower in the spring, and the other is headed to Plano this summer. The Thanksgiving Tower branch will be located at 1601 Elm St.; the Plano outlet, WeWork Legacy West, will be at 7400 Windrose in the Legacy West complex, with space for a community of 500-plus members. WeWork…
  9. The 5 Hottest Events at Dallas Startup Week

    Tech.co - Technology 03.29 / 23:07 tech.co
    No startup is an island. Surviving the business world takes more than a good idea and a quality team. If you want to see your idea come to fruition, you’re going to need support from your local ecosystem. Whether it’s capital or mentoring, you…
  10. Quantum Startup Rigetti Computing Raises $64 Million in Funding

    Insidehpc.com - Technology 03.29 / 22:58 insidehpc.com
    Today Rigetti Computing, a leading quantum computing start-up, announced it has raised $64 million in Series A and B funding. "Quantum computing will enable people to tackle a whole new set of problems that were previously unsolvable," said Chad Rigetti, founder and chief executive officer of Rigetti Computing. "This is the next generation of advanced computing technology. The potential to make a positive impact on humanity is enormous." The post Quantum Startup Rigetti Computing Raises…
  11. Elon Musk's new startup -- your brain

    Dailynews.com - Top Stories 03.29 / 22:43 dailynews.com
    Not quite content with infiltrating garages, roofs and lunar orbit, Elon Musk has set his sights on another target - the brain.The visionary billionaire who founded Hawthorne-based SpaceX and the Tesla electric car brand will play a lead role in an artificial-intelligence startup called Neuralink, focusing on integrating the human brain with computers, according to…
  12. Elon Musk's new startup -- your brain

    Pasadenastarnews.com - California 03.29 / 22:36 pasadenastarnews.com
    Not quite content with infiltrating garages, roofs and lunar orbit, Elon Musk has set his sights on another target - the brain.The visionary billionaire who founded Hawthorne-based SpaceX and the Tesla electric car brand will play a lead role in an artificial-intelligence startup called Neuralink, focusing on integrating the human brain with computers, according to…
  13. Powered by GPUs, Real-Time Data Startup MapD Lands $25M Funding Round

    Blogs.nvidia.com - Technology 03.29 / 22:12 blogs.nvidia.com
    That was fast. Just a few years ago, MapD had a radical idea: Use GPUs to turn data into insights, quick. The result was a jaw-dropping demo. And a pitch that won the then-tiny startup a $100,000 check — awarded on the spot — at our Early Stage Challenge in March 2014. Almost three years […] The post Powered by GPUs, Real-Time Data Startup MapD Lands $25M Funding Round appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blo…
  14. Music Messaging Startup Emoticast Raises $5 Million From Sean Parker, Ynon Kreiz, Others

    Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies 03.29 / 22:00 tubefilter.com
    London-based mobile messaging startup Emoticast announced today a $5 million funding round from a flurry of bold-faced investors, including Napster co-founder Sean Parker, musician and entrepreneur will.i.am, famed DJ David Guetta, and former Maker Studios CEO Ynon Kreiz. Founded in 2014, the company previously raised a $1.2 million seed round back in November 2015, according to Crunchbase. Emoticast is the company behind TuneMoji, an app that enables users to share GIFs from music videos…
  15. Elon Musk's new startup -- your brain

    Dailybreeze.com - California (CA) 03.29 / 21:54 dailybreeze.com
    Not quite content with infiltrating garages, roofs and lunar orbit, Elon Musk has set his sights on another target - the brain.The visionary billionaire who founded Hawthorne-based SpaceX and the Tesla electric car brand will play a lead role in an artificial-intelligence startup called Neuralink, focusing on integrating the human brain with computers, according to…
  16. The 5 Hottest Events at Dallas Startup Week

    Tech.co - Technology 03.29 / 21:52 tech.co
    No startup is an island. Surviving the business world takes more than a good idea and a quality team. If you want to see your idea come to fruition, you’re going to need support from your local ecosystem. Whether it’s capital or mentoring, you…
  17. Elon Musk's new startup -- your brain

    Presstelegram.com - Long Beach 03.29 / 21:45 presstelegram.com
    Not quite content with infiltrating garages, roofs and lunar orbit, Elon Musk has set his sights on another target - the brain.The visionary billionaire who founded Hawthorne-based SpaceX and the Tesla electric car brand will play a lead role in an artificial-intelligence startup called Neuralink, focusing on integrating the human brain with computers, according to…
  18. Peoria startup to provide health monitoring tools for Arizona patients

    Azbigmedia.com - Arizona (AZ) 03.29 / 21:31 azbigmedia.com
    A Peoria-based digital health tools provider partnered with a Phoenix-based health management firm to provide remote patient monitoring and data delivery for patients with chronic conditions in Arizona. Life365 will work with Catalytic Health Partners to help the health management firm’s staff monitor patient vitals and gain insight into behavior and engagement between face-to-face visits.… Read More → The post Peoria startup to provide health monitoring tools for Arizona patients app…
  19. Startups win, large companies fail in marijuana equipment race

    Financialbuzz.com - Finance 03.29 / 20:31 financialbuzz.com
    Uncertainty concerning marijuana's legal status all over the United States has resulted in a delightfully hodge podge industry where entrepreneurs and innovators rule. There are none of the big brand pharmaceutical companies and name brand manufacturers. Research universities are not active due to absence of federal funding. The small cannabis businesses, nicknamed “cannabusinesses” are making money in a field where marijuana's uncertain status means no bank or government approved finance b…
  20. A French Autonomous Bus Startup Will Open Its First US Office in Chicago

    A driverless bus startup is about to set up shop in Chicago. Navya, a Lyon, France-based startup that makes fully electric and autonomous shuttles, announced today that it is opening its first US office in Chicago. The office will be …