San Antonio—General Assembly and San Antonio co-working space Geekdom are hosting a day of free tech workshops and training in San Antonio this weekend.
The event is being held Saturday at the Geekdom Event Centre starting at 2 p.m. and... Read more »
Dallas—Deep Space Ventures has big plans for the North Texas venture scene.
“We’ll spend $20 to $30 million; it’ll take us three to five years to do it,” says co-founder Stephen Hays. “And then we’ll go from there.”
“We” is... Read more »
“The consumption of data by humans has increased maybe millions of times compared to what we used to use,” Ajeet Singh says. “This is possible because of search.”
By that, serial entrepreneur Singh means search engines like Google and Microsoft’s Bing,... Read more »
[Editor’s note: This is part of a series of stories examining entrepreneurship on MIT’s campus and beyond.]
In 1901, 40 years after the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was founded, alumnus and inventor William Nickerson co-founded the company that would... Read more »
Elemental Technologies and Blue Box Group were acquired by Amazon and IBM, respectively, in two of the Northwest’s most prominent technology deals of 2015. Both received initial venture capital investments from Voyager Capital.
With these successful exits behind them and... Read more »
South San Francisco, CA-based Genentech, a division of international health giant Roche, announced today the U.S. approval of its drug atezolizumab (Tecentriq) for the most common form of bladder cancer.
Nearly 77,000 new cases of the cancer, called urothelial carcinoma, will... Read more »
The gene editing system known as CRISPR-Cas9 has electrified the world of science and led to a slew of startups, including two—Editas Medicine and Intellia Therapeutics—that have already gone public. The latest to join the fray is Agenovir, a company... Read more »
The University of Michigan’s Desai Accelerator, a joint venture between the school’s College of Engineering and Ross School of Business that is open to anyone regardless of university affiliation, has chosen its 2016 cohort. Six tech startups were selected from... Read more »
SpeechVive, an Indianapolis startup that’s building medical devices for people with Parkinson’s disease, has received nearly $2.3 million in grant money and venture capital to design and build a method for programming its devices.
Based on 15 years of research... Read more »