Redox, a Madison, WI-based startup that develops digital tools that enable healthcare applications to access data from electronic health records systems, says it has raised $9 million from investors.
New York-based RRE Ventures led the Series B financing. Other participants... Read more »
One of the nation’s major health insurers has placed limitations on access to the first-ever approved drug for the rare spinal muscular atrophy, validating patient fears that the high price tag of the drug, nusinersen (Spinraza), might make it hard for... Read more »
If you do a Google search for AAPL, the stock ticker for Apple, the top search results are typically Yahoo Finance, Twitter, Google Finance—and StockTwits, a social media communications platform for Wall Street traders and active retail investors.
After taking over... Read more »
If power in the business world is centered in the boardroom, women in biotech have a long way to go to get their fair share—and the venture community deserves much of the blame. That’s according to British recruitment firm Liftstream and... Read more »
Dallas—EquipmentShare, a data analytics and software startup geared to the construction industry, has raised $26 million in funding.
The investment round was led by Insight Venture Partners and existing investor Romulus Growth, with participation from Y Combinator, another previous investor.... Read more »
Among the challenges with cell therapy in cancer treatment are the side effects caused by the body itself. While prompting the immune system’s T cells to target cancer has shown potential to be effective, these experimental approaches can also trigger immune... Read more »
In 2016, the University of Michigan’s Office of Technology Transfer, which is tasked with bringing the school’s inventions and startups to market, had another banner year: $23 million in licensing revenues and a record 173 licensing agreements. With fresh... Read more »
Catch up on news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:
—A blood test developed by Madison-based Stemina Biomarker Discovery that would help determine whether children with autism disorder are able to process certain foods or vitamin supplements could become... Read more »
The nation’s former Food and Drug Administration commissioner Robert Califf, appearing for the first time since he resigned last week, told a Silicon Valley crowd this morning that the FDA will have to be flexible in coming years, allowing greater patient... Read more »
Enterprise IT might not be the sexiest of technology areas, but it sure can attract truckloads of money.
The latest deal is a $50 million investment in Boston-based Turbonomic, a nine-year-old virtualization and cloud management software maker formerly known as VMTurbo.... Read more »
Let’s get caught up with the latest innovation news from Xconomy Texas.
—First, we have “Five Questions For …” Gabriella Draney Zielke, co-founder and CEO of the Tech Wildcatters accelerator in Dallas. In this installment, we talk about her... Read more »
Dan McCall thinks the timing is right for Lexumo, a Boston-area startup aiming to help secure the world’s rapidly growing collection of Internet-connected devices and embedded systems.
And Lexumo’s leaders think McCall is the right person to take the two-year-old company... Read more »
Elucent Medical, a medical device startup based in Eden Prairie, MN, but with roots and employees in Wisconsin, raised $7.2 million from investors in a Series A funding round that closed last year, says co-founder and CEO Laura King.
The... Read more »