[Updated 7/17/15, 7:40 a.m. See below.] There’s plenty of talk about a potential bubble in the market, whether in tech, biotech, or elsewhere. True or not, one fact that’s real is that there is plenty of money flowing into startups.... Read more »
When the first commercial-scale wind farm in the southeastern United States comes online in North Carolina, it will help power the cloud offerings of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
AWS, the cloud services subsidiary of Seattle-based Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced Monday... Read more »
Here are the latest headlines in North Carolina cleantech, biotech, and tech news:
—The first commercial-scale wind farm in the South is now slated for the North Carolina coast. Spanish company Iberdrola Renewables plans to spend $600 million to erect 102... Read more »
The question is no longer whether we are in a tech bubble—we are—but rather what it all means for the future. And maybe the near future. Everyone seems to agree the market conditions are very different from 2000, but so what?... Read more »
EyeGate Pharmaceuticals, a Waltham, MA-based company that has been seeking FDA approval for an eye disease drug for years, is sacrificing future worldwide rights to a treatment for uveitis to get enough money from drug behemoth Valeant Pharmaceuticals International to put the therapy... Read more »
The U.S. House of Representatives took a big step this morning toward major changes in the federal government’s relationship to biomedical research, funding, and regulation. The chamber passed the 21st Century Cures Act, a bill championed early on by a Democrat... Read more »
LED and semiconductor technologies company Cree has acquired Arkansas Power Electronics International, or APEI, a maker of electronics components used in power, telecommunications, and renewable energy applications, the company announced today.
Cree (NASDAQ: CREE) disclosed no financial terms for... Read more »
Drowning does not happen the way most people think. On television and in movies, a frantic swimmer kicks, thrashes, and shouts, says Graham Snyder, an emergency room physician. But real-life drowning is nearly silent.
Drowning swimmers say nothing because they can... Read more »
[Corrected 7/8/15, 3:48pm. See below.] Some people who’ve made it big in biotech drive fast cars. Some take outlandish vacations. Some don’t take any vacations at all. (I’m sure you know the type.) But for a few San Francisco... Read more »