With a pharma partnership already in hand and big biotech names on board, the Cambridge, MA-based startup Scholar Rock today announced a $20 million Series A round of funding.
With the cash, the company will continue its pursuit of antibody therapies... Read more »
OLED displays have a lot to offer: screens can be flexible and thin, produce great images, and consume little power. But the high cost of producing them for large-format TVs has kept the technology out of the mainstream.
Menlo Park, CA-based... Read more »
Greg Huang and I stopped by the WGBH studios this week to talk technology business news on Boston Public Radio.
And this week, of course, it’s all Apple—the new iPhones, the company’s hoped-for mobile payments system, smartwatch, and data security.
It was a lot... Read more »
A few interesting fundraising deals to catch up with this week—one of them involving a West Coast relocation—along with reports of layoffs at a well-funded tech startup in town:
—FlightCar, a startup that lets everyday drivers rent their cars... Read more »
Here is a quick roundup of recent news from Colorado startups and tech companies, including news about Ball Aerospace’s new laser-communications satellites, Zayo’s deal to wire the NBA, and the upcoming Apex Awards.
Space lasers: Ball Aerospace & Technologies announced this... Read more »
You’ve seen the numbers. And they’re not good.
At Apple, Twitter, Google, and Facebook, women are vastly outnumbered by men. When it comes to technical positions like coders, men occupy 80 to 90 percent of the positions. Which isn’t a great... Read more »
Forget about oil or gold. In a few decades, clean, fresh water might be the most valuable commodity in the world, and Michigan is preparing now to stake its claim on the coming bounty.
The Great Lakes surrounding Michigan hold 18... Read more »
Here is the latest innovation news from around Texas.
—Tom Goodman, product development officer for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, was in Houston Wednesday speaking to a meeting of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs. Goodman, who... Read more »
Filip Technologies unveiled an updated design this week for the second generation of its wearable communicator and locator for kids—a revamp intended to make the device harder to slip off.
The company, founded in Norway in 2009 and headquartered in New... Read more »