Synthetic biology has become something of a biotech buzz-phrase—lots of lab experiments and hype, yet little tangible impact on patients to show for it.
Still, new ideas keep coming out of the startup world to finally harness the potential that comes... Read more »
Cellectar Biosciences is trying to move from an over-the-counter (OTC) stock to trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange—and the stakes are high for the small Madison, WI-based biotech.
Winning approval to join the Nasdaq stock exchange could give Cellectar a boost... Read more »
Venture Capital investors had a very active second quarter of 2014, according to the latest MoneyTree report. VCs invested almost $13 billion in 1,114 U.S. startups during the second quarter, which is the highest level of VC funding in 13... Read more »
With new, increasingly dangerous computer and network security threats continuously emerging, it’s difficult to imagine life without that most basic, universal security measure—the password.
But that’s exactly what Ping Identity, a Denver-based network security company, is trying to create. In... Read more »
When longtime Boston venture capital firm CRV recently announced it was focusing more intensely on West Coast companies for its newest fund, we took a look at the history and showed that it had been sending its money to California for... Read more »
The image of some technology startups has been tarnished of late by bad behavior. It might be up to investors who are board members to ensure changes get made.
Accusations of sexism and misogyny have circled Tinder, the dating-app startup... Read more »
A fast-rising startup in consumer tech just got bigger by acquiring a competitor. DraftKings, a Boston-based fantasy sports company, bought New York-based DraftStreet for an undisclosed sum last week. The move signals consolidation in the field and sets up a showdown... Read more »
Before he founded SeeChange Health in 2008, CEO Martin Watson was working on new products for UnitedHealthcare Strategy, a wing of the giant healthcare network. As he looked at how the insurance sector was evolving, he thought United should start developing... Read more »
In this week’s roundup of Wisconsin innovation and technology news, we’re tracking a startup’s exit, ballooning staff at the state’s largest healthtech firm, FDA approval for a medical device, a groundbreaking for a medical isotopes factory, and the new leader of... Read more »