Wisconsin startup accelerator Gener8tor has launched a free business training program to nurture young companies with ties to Badger State universities—and perhaps build a more direct pipeline of local companies for its main for-profit program.
The new initiative, dubbed gBETA, is... Read more »
When you think of wireless power—the ability to charge a device without a power cord—most people in Boston think of WiTricity, the MIT spinout that has raised north of $45 million and has partnerships with Toyota and Intel.
But there’s... Read more »
Close to a thousand entrepreneurial teams competed for ten spots in the winter startup camp at the Plug and Play accelerator in Sunnyvale, CA this year. One young company got in because it offered a possible solution to a major problem... Read more »
Tiny biotech RaNA Therapeutics brought in Wall Street-savvy CEO Ronald Renaud last year, and today the startup announced its biggest round of funding to date led by an investor whose past ties to Renaud ended with a surprising and lucrative exit.... Read more »
Inside what once was The New York Times Building on West 43rd Street, ad tech company Collective has given startups some room to find their footing—while also pursuing its own growth plans.
Collective develops software and services that let brands, publishers,... Read more »
The Texas Medical Center is now seeking applicants for a new fellowship that could boost entrepreneurship in digital health and medical devices.
The TMC Biodesign Fellowship is taking applications until August 2 for eight spots for a new, yearlong program. The... Read more »
There has been a leadership change at a prominent database software company in town. NuoDB, based in Cambridge, MA, says founding CEO Barry Morris has become executive chairman, and Bob Walmsley has been promoted to chief executive.
Walmsley was previously... Read more »
The crew that turned Netezza into a $1.7 billion big data success story is back with Cazena, a Waltham, MA-based startup its founders say can bring big data to the cloud.
Cazena announced Wednesday that it has raised a $20 million... Read more »
Propeller Health has received FDA clearance to sell two new devices to help chronic respiratory disease patients track their medication usage and better follow their recommended treatment regimens.
Founded in 2010, the Madison, WI-based company makes data-collecting devices that snap on... Read more »