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Cervest raises £3.7M for Earth Science AI platform to predict climate effects

November 1, 2019 0

Climate risk, including extreme events and the related pressures our environment, are fundamentally affecting the way businesses and governments operate — both tactically and strategically.

Spider eyes inspire a new kind of depth-sensing camera

October 28, 2019 0

As robots and gadgets continue to pervade our everyday lives, they increasingly need to see in 3D — but as evidenced by the notch in

Boston gets a new biotech accelerator with the launch of Petri

September 13, 2019 0

As biotechnology becomes more central to new innovations in healthcare, material science and manufacturing, one of the nation’s research hubs is getting a new accelerator

Another US visa holder was denied entry over someone else’s messages

September 2, 2019 0

It has been one week since U.S. border officials denied entry to a 17-year-old Harvard freshman just days before classes were set to begin. Ismail

These robo-shorts are the precursor to a true soft exoskeleton

August 16, 2019 0

When someone says “robotic exoskeleton,” the power loaders from Aliens are what come to mind for most people (or at least me), but the real

Biotech researchers venture into the wild to start their own business

August 10, 2019 0

Jorge Conde Contributor Jorge Conde is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz where he leads investments at the cross section of biology, computer science and

Benchling’s software for managing biotech research nabs $34.5 million

July 24, 2019 0

In a field where the laboratory notebook is still considered the state of the art, it’s no wonder a company like Benchling, which provides software

Part fund, part accelerator, Contrary Capital invests in student entrepreneurs

May 17, 2019 0

First Round Capital has both the Dorm Room Fund and the Graduate Fund. General Catalyst has Rough Draft Ventures. And Prototype Capital and a few

WTF are ISAs and can they transform education and spark a startup wave?

April 1, 2019 0

Soaring college tuition prices have left Americans drowning in debt without a correspondingly enhanced set of professional skills to show for it. In the past

XGenomes is bringing DNA sequencing to the masses

March 16, 2019 0

As healthcare moves toward genetically tailored treatments, one of the biggest hurdles to truly personalized medicine is the lack of fast, low-cost genetic testing. And

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