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  • Bionaut Labs gets $43.2M for its tiny drug delivery robots
    Founded in 2017, Bionaut Labs arrived out of stealth in March 2021, with plans to commercialize longstanding research around drug delivery robots. The Los Angeles-based startup today followed up its initial $20 million funding announcement with a $43.2 million Series B, bringing its total raised up to — you guessed...
    Source: TechCrunch by Brian Heater
  • Google, Microsoft-backed VerSe Innovation cuts 5% of workforce, reduces salaries
    India’s VerSe Innovation — the $5 billion Indian startup behind news aggregator Dailyhunt, short-video platform Josh and hyperlocal video app PublicVibe — has cut 150 employees, or 5% of its workforce of 3,000, TechCrunch has learned and confirmed. The Bengaluru-based startup informed impacted employees on Friday and separately held a...
    Source: TechCrunch by Jagmeet Singh
  • Portuguese energy distributor E-REDES selects Opendatasoft for new open data por...
    Aims to increase transparency and accelerate energy transition through data democratisation Paris, 28 November 2022, Opendatasoft, the European leader in data democratisation platforms, today announced that it has been chosen by E-REDES, Portugal’s energy distribution network operator, to provide the technology platform for its new open data portal. The portal,...
    Source: RealWire
  • New CRISPR-based tool inserts large DNA sequences at desired sites in cells
    Known as PASTE, the technique holds potential for treating a variety of diseases caused by faulty genes....
    Source: MIT: Research by Anne Trafton | MIT News Office
  • Study: Automation drives income inequality
    New data suggest most of the growth in the wage gap since 1980 comes from automation displacing less-educated workers....
    Source: MIT: Research by Peter Dizikes | MIT News
  • Remembering René Vittone
    18.11.22 - Professor Emeritus René Vittone taught at EPFL from 1976 to 1992 and is the author of the university textbook Bâtir - Manuel de la construction. He passed away on 31 October 2022. René Vittone earned a degree in architecture from Ecole Polytechnique de l’Université de Lausanne (EPUL) in...
    Source: EPFL
  • Types of Innovation
    Innovation is an important part of staying competitive in any market, and most businesses would say it’s a high priority for their organization. When thought about abstractly, however, it’s hard to imagine how innovation can impact current and future opportunities. In order to better understand how innovation can have a...
    Source: Innovation Management by Josh Noorily
  • MIT PhD students shed light on important water and food research
    J-WAFS Fellows discuss their inspiration for pursuing challenges in water and food systems....
    Source: MIT: Research by Carolyn Blais | Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab
  • What Is an Innovation Manager?
    Innovation is a sector in which companies are putting an increasing amount of effort into optimizing, and with this growth comes new opportunities. Some of the roles that have sprung out of an increased focus on innovation are Chief Innovation Officer, Innovation Consultant, and, notably, Innovation Manager. Without context, it...
    Source: Innovation Management by Josh Noorily
  • Who wants to swim with robot dolphins? More people than you may think.
    Delle is a prototype robotic dolphin created by Edge Innovations, a company with roots in Hollywood special effects. Edge InnovationsIt’s not hard to convince people to want to hang out with a robot dolphin instead of the real thing. The post Who wants to swim with robot dolphins? More people...
    Source: Popular Science by Marina Wang / Hakai Magazine
  • 5 key IP considerations for AI startups
    As AI becomes more prevalent in our economy and integral to innovation, startups cannot afford to ignore IP rights. 5 key IP considerations for AI startups by Ram Iyer originally published on TechCrunch...
    Source: TechCrunch by Ram Iyer
  • Outcomes of Interest for Regulatory Science Research Projects
    Outcomes of Interest for Regulatory Science Research Projects Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 10/06/2022 - 13:49 Detailed Description Outcomes of Interest for Regulatory Science Research Projects Center Office of the Commissioner Note that it is expected that projects will achieve multiple outcomes of interest, and that they will be on different...
    Source: FDA by Anonymous
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