With 2018 around the corner, this was a week to look ahead. At Xconomy, we zeroed in on several clinical trials that could become major stories in the life sciences. Other healthcare milestones are on the way, too.
The FDA will... Read more »
On Monday we posted the first part of our look at what should be some of 2018’s most important clinical data, including trials for lung cancer, heart disease, melanoma, Alzheimer’s disease, rare blood disorders, and more. With part two, we’re... Read more »
Austin—Seven years ago, Scott Hanson was a student at University of Michigan who was hoping to raise a few hundred thousand dollars for Ambiq Micro, his fledgling startup that aimed to make low-powered microcontrollers.
Author, investor, and AOL co-founder Steve Case today announced a new $150 million venture fund aimed at pumping investment capital into tech companies in so-called flyover states. Contributing to the fund is an impressive group of some of the most successful... Read more »
San Antonio—Data backup company Jungle Disk has acquired an online data backup service for users of QuickBooks Online—a move toward offering backup support for more software-as-a-service (Saas) products.
San Antonio—Stumping for a political candidate can be a mixed bag. For every friendly conversation, you’ll get at least one that’s filled with complaints—about the government, about potholes, about neighbors, about anything.
That’s something Alberto Altamirano discovered when he was... Read more »
If Wednesday’s hearing for Health and Human Services Secretary Nominee Alex Azar is any indication, reining in drug prices and insurance premiums are the policy priorities that will guide Congress’s interaction with the department under a new leader.
For the better... Read more »
Houston—Joining the swelling ranks of booze delivery companies nationwide is HopDrop, which begins a beta launch Friday.
The Houston-based startup’s focus is connecting customers with local craft breweries, delivering suds to certain Houston zip codes upon request, within an... Read more »
As more K-12 schools adopt technologies meant to help deliver an education customized to each student, the methods for coaching teachers are becoming more digital and personalized, too.
Dallas—A little over a year ago, Michael Walsh rethought his assumptions in using technology to disrupt the eldercare market.
He switched the objective of his company, Cariloop, from connecting seniors to appropriate care centers—using analytics software to make the match—to... Read more »
Austin—The product is warm cookies, and the service is delivering those made-to-order sweets within 90 minutes. That can only happen with customized proprietary software, says Tiff’s Treats co-founder Leon Chen.
“The technology is the brains behind each of our locations,”... Read more »
Autodesk, the 3D design and engineering software giant, is continuing its investing spree in Boston-area technology startups.
Sean Parker, Facebook’s first president, just joined a group that’s a favorite topic of history listicles: He’s an innovator who has become abashed by the breakthrough he helped to create.
CEO and chairman of InCube Labs
President, University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston
Associate vice chancellor for health transformation, UT System
Former CEO, Pike Powers Group; Entrepreneur
Managing Director for Techstars Cloud
Founder of RedLabs
CEO and founder of Cancer Insight
Co-Founder, President, and CEO, Mystic Pharmaceuticals
Founder & Managing Director, SURGE Accelerator
CEO of Codeup, Managing Director of Geekdom Fund
Senior Executive Director, OTC, UT Health Science Center at San Antonio