[Corrected 2:30 p.m. See below.] Millendo Therapeutics, an Ann Arbor, MI-based biotech company developing drugs to treat endocrine diseases, is now a public company and has $30 million of new cash to continue work on its treatments for rare... Read more »
The advent of autonomous vehicles is expected to drastically change the transportation industry and affect those who work in it, but perhaps not as significantly as once thought, according to a new report commissioned by the American Center for Mobility.... Read more »
Efforts to boost diversity and inclusion at life science organizations are themselves becoming more diverse. A growing number of biotech companies are adjusting their recruitment and hiring practices to ensure that their employee rosters—from the lab to the boardroom—better reflect the... Read more »
Less than one month after emerging from stealth, ag biotech startup Inari Agriculture is unveiling $40 million in capital to accelerate its work on gene-editing for crop breeding.
The Series B round of financing for Cambridge, MA-based Inari adds Acre Venture... Read more »
[Updated 8/8/18, 4:40 pm. See below.] Domino Data Lab, which provides a test bed to aid in the development of predictive models, as well as tools to monitor models in use, announced today it has raised $40 million... Read more »
It’s the end of an era for Yesware, an eight-year-old maker of e-mail software for salespeople. The Boston-based startup announced Wednesday that it brought in $15 million in venture capital, but the bigger news is that co-founder and CEO Matthew Bellows... Read more »
An FDA advisory committee voted to recommend U.S. approval of Paratek Pharmaceuticals’ experimental antibiotic, omadacycline, both for the treatment of certain types of bacterial skin infections and hospital-acquired pneumonia.
The independent advisory panel’s endorsement isn’t binding, but the FDA often follows... Read more »
CVS Health on Wednesday introduced a new telemedicine service for people with minor illnesses and injuries, which the Rhode Island-based pharmacy giant says will allow patients in nine U.S. states and Washington, D.C., to pay $59 for an online videoconference with... Read more »