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Company Helps Labs Build Gene, Cell Therapy Businesses

DNAmolcule model

A new company formed offering full-scale facilities to develop cell and gene therapy products spun-off from academic research labs. . . . → Read More: Company Helps Labs Build Gene, Cell Therapy Businesses

Infographic – Machine Learning Grabs Most A.I. Investments

A.I. investment chart

So far this year, machine learning applications and platforms are gaining the most investment dollars worldwide for A.I., this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Machine Learning Grabs Most A.I. Investments

Start-Up to Use Crispr for Heart Disease, Gains $59M

Editing DNA

A new biotechnology enterprise plans to apply genetic analysis and the gene-editing technology Crispr to reduce the risk of coronary artery disease. . . . → Read More: Start-Up to Use Crispr for Heart Disease, Gains $59M

Synthetic Soft Tissue Developed for Surgery

Surgery

Researchers developed a synthetic soft tissue for plastic and reconstructive surgery that in animal tests looks and performs more like real tissue. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Soft Tissue Developed for Surgery

Infographic – Venture Deals Cool Off in Q1 2019

Chart, venture funding by quarter

Venture capital investments worldwide declined in the first quarter of 2019, compared to the near record-setting pace of the last 3 months of 2018. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Venture Deals Cool Off in Q1 2019

Radiation-Antibody Biotech Raises $105M in Venture Funds

John Valiant

A company creating cancer treatments that combine radiation therapy with the targeting of synthetic antibodies is raising $105 million in its second round of venture financing. . . . → Read More: Radiation-Antibody Biotech Raises $105M in Venture Funds

Respiratory Vaccine Maker Raises $3.4M in Seed Funds

lung illustration

A company developing vaccines that protect against respiratory diseases in vulnerable populations is raising new seed funds to advance its lead product into clinical trials. . . . → Read More: Respiratory Vaccine Maker Raises $3.4M in Seed Funds

Start-Up Creating Off-the-Shelf Stem Cell Therapies

Chad Cowan

A new company is licensing technology from the lab of its co-founder at Harvard University to develop stem cell therapies for any recipients, without causing immune reactions. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Creating Off-the-Shelf Stem Cell Therapies

Infographic – Germany Beats U.K. in Top Venture Funds

Top 5 venture deals in Europe

A new analysis from technology market intelligence company GlobaData, based in London, shows the top 2 enterprises attracting venture financing in Europe during 2018 were German companies. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Germany Beats U.K. in Top Venture Funds

Venture Funds, Mergers in A.I. Up Sharply in 2018

Glasses, computer screens

Start-up companies working in artificial intelligence scored sizeable increases in venture financing, and were highly prized acquisition targets in 2018, a new analysis shows. . . . → Read More: Venture Funds, Mergers in A.I. Up Sharply in 2018