Let’s take a pause midweek and review the latest innovation news in the Lone Star State.
—A San Antonio, TX-based biotech is placing a bet that an old drug can have new effects—with the help of a proprietary coating. Rapamycin Holdings... Read more »
A new nationwide cybersecurity industry partnership led by CyberArk Software underscores the sector’s increased emphasis on collaboration and unifying software security measures as threats mount around the world.
CyberArk (NASDAQ: CYBR) today announced the launch of the C3... Read more »
Imagine that, heaven forbid, a blood vessel bursts inside your brain, spilling blood and causing pressure to build inside delicate tissues. You’ve just suffered the deadliest kind of stroke, what’s known as an intracerebral hemorrhage. You might think that surgeons would... Read more »
An up-and-down week for Verona, WI-based healthtech giant Epic Systems highlights these recent headlines from the state’s innovation community:
—The U.S. Coast Guard has pulled out of an agreement to install Epic’s electronic health records software, Politico reported. “The decision... Read more »
The University of Michigan concluded its spring business competition, called The Startup, last week, and, after a four-month pitching process, Woodside Distributors was crowned the champion.
Hosted by U-M’s Center for Entrepreneurship, the competition began in January with 21... Read more »
Agricultural technology startups face challenges finding the capital to scale their companies, but they also struggle to find the farmland to test their products. Two companies experienced in agricultural investments have come together to launch a new venture fund that they... Read more »
With the largest philanthropic gift ever to the University of California, San Francisco, controversial Wall Street titan Sanford “Sandy” Weill and his wife Joan will put their stamp on neurosciences work at UCSF’s Mission Bay campus.
The $185 million gift from... Read more »
San Antonio — Drugs that can cure a disease inevitably draw the most attention. But San Antonio, TX-based Rapamycin Holdings is hoping that its drug’s potential to prevent the recurrence of diseases like cancer, among others, will at least draw the... Read more »
We’re just a week away from Seattle’s Life Science Disruptors—and we’re offering you the chance to save $80. It all takes place next Monday, May 2, at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA.
Join us to for fireside... Read more »