Xolve, a Middleton, WI-based nanotechnology startup, has raised $1.8 million in an equity funding round that could reach nearly $2.8 million when it closes, according to a new SEC filing.
Xolve CEO Joe Beatty didn’t respond to messages seeking comment... Read more »
San Francisco genomic data firm Reference Genomics says it has the tools to spot nasty microbes fast. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agrees.
With its One Codex search platform, the startup has won a CDC-sponsored “no petri dish”... Read more »
Venture capital giant Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) has stationed its first entrepreneur in residence in Seattle.
Seattle native Bryan Hale, 32, will work with Seattle-based partner Bill Bryant, advising the firm’s portfolio companies, evaluating new investments, and, most importantly, looking... Read more »
Food, toilet paper … and booze?
The list of essential items Bostonians and New Yorkers stocked up on in preparation for the first blizzard of 2015 has grown to include alcoholic beverages, at least according to Drizly, a Boston-based startup... Read more »
Three Detroit-area startups will vie for a spot in a pitch contest at Google’s California headquarters this spring, after winning the second annual Google Demo Day in downtown Detroit last Thursday.
The winners, announced Monday, were LevelEleven, AdAdapted, and... Read more »
Snowmageddon got you hankering for sunny Phoenix and last-minute Super Bowl tickets?
San Antonio startup SeatSmart, an online marketplace for secondary tickets, is launching today. The site provides what co-founder and CEO Brett Cohen says are better values to consumers while... Read more »
Xenex Disinfection Services, a San Antonio, TX, robotics company that specializes in cleaning hospitals by zapping microscopic pathogens, is using a new $25 million financing round to expand its U.S. sales force and fund product development.
The company’s ultraviolet disinfection technology,... Read more »
The details are somewhat vague, but Ewing, NJ-based Universal Display on Monday increased its ties to LG Display, one of the biggest makers of electronic displays in the world, with new agreements for materials and patent licensing.
Universal Display develops technology... Read more »
Houston’s Decisio Healthcare, a health IT company that makes software to create a critical care dashboard for ER and ICU staff, is now FDA approved.
That distinction is notable, since seeking and obtaining regulatory approval is rare for medtech software... Read more »