Alkermes believes it has done it: showed that patients who took its treatment for depression fared better than people who didn’t.
Established in 2006, Appirio has more than 1,200 employees spread across five... Read more »
After more than a year spent quietly beta-testing its intelligent e-mail app, Ann Arbor, MI-based startup Notion publicly launched this week with the goal of nothing less than solving our modern communications overload, co-founder Guy Suter says.
“We’ve been very intentionally... Read more »
The winds continue to blow in Propeller Health’s favor.
In the past year, Madison, WI-based Propeller—which makes Internet-connected inhalers and sensors designed to help asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients manage their conditions—has announced several new partnerships and... Read more »
Catch up on news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:
—Jamf announced a collaboration with University of California San Diego Health that’s aimed at equipping every patient room in a still-to-be-built 245-bed facility with an iPad and an Apple... Read more »
For three years, a group of investors and experienced neuroscience executives have been stealthily advancing one of the more ambitious new startups in neurology, called BlackThorn Therapeutics. Today they’re finally shedding a little light on what they’ve been up to.
As... Read more »
Austin—Hangar, a startup that makes software to help businesses better collect and analyze data from drone flights, has raised $6.5 million in an early stage funding round.
New York-based Lux Capital led the financing; the company reported that Fontinalis Partners, Haystack Partners,... Read more »
More than 100 years ago, New York bone surgeon William Coley began to suspect that bacterial infections might be improving the outlook for patients also suffering from cancer. The infections were turbo-charging the immune system.
Coley (pictured) would be gratified to... Read more »
The Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative’s (UEI) annual symposium kicks off today and brings together startup founders, academia, community organizers, government officials, and other interested parties to discuss how entrepreneurial solutions can improve economic opportunities and quality of life for city dwellers.... Read more »
Houston—Johnson & Johnson Innovation is expanding at the Texas Medical Center with a newly open Center for Device Innovation being led by one of Houston’s most prominent surgeon-inventors.
William “Billy” Cohn, a cardiac surgeon and serial medical device entrepreneur, is... Read more »
Veritas Genetics, which sells genome sequencing and genetic screening tests, has received a $30 million Series B round of funding to add more products, build out its digital tools for consumers, and ink partnerships with hospitals and researchers around the world.... Read more »
The Chinese investment firm Frontt Capital Management has invested $27 million to advance autonomous vehicle and robotics research at the University of Michigan, the school said in a press release.
Mark Schlissel and S. Jack Hu, the university’s president and vice president for research, respectively, signed a... Read more »
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