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VenoStent has a new technology to improve outcomes for dialysis patients

VenoStent has a new technology to improve outcomes for dialysis patients Timothy Bouré and his co-founder Geoffrey Lucks were both near broke when they moved to Dallas to join the first accelerator they entered after forming VenoStent, a company that aims to improve outcomes for dialysis patients. Failed dialysis surgeries occur in […]

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$75M in federal grants will fund a new trio of quantum institutes

M in federal grants will fund a new trio of quantum institutes Quantum science is just getting started, and although we’ve already hit some important milestones in both theory and practice, basic research is still needed in just about every nook and cranny of the field. To that end the National Science […]

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R&D Roundup: Sweat power, Earth imaging, testing ‘ghostdrivers’

R&D Roundup: Sweat power, Earth imaging, testing ‘ghostdrivers’ I see far more research articles than I could possibly write up. This column collects the most interesting of those papers and advances, along with notes on why they may prove important in the world of tech and startups. This week: one step closer […]

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OrbitFab secures National Science Foundation funding to propel its satellite refueling tech to space

OrbitFab secures National Science Foundation funding to propel its satellite refueling tech to space On-orbit satellite refueling technology is closer than ever to a practical reality, which could help immensely with the cost and sustainability of orbital businesses. Startup OrbitFab, a 2019 TechCrunch Battlefield finalist, is one of the companies working to […]

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IBM, Amazon, Google and Microsoft partner with White House to provide compute resources for COVID-19 research

IBM, Amazon, Google and Microsoft partner with White House to provide compute resources for COVID-19 research During today’s White House coronavirus task force press conference, President Trump announced the launch of a new public/private consortium to “unleash the power of American supercomputing resources.” The members of this consortium are the White House, […]

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Snap accelerator names its latest cohort

Snap accelerator names its latest cohort Yellow, the accelerator program launched by Snap in 2018, has selected ten companies to join its latest cohort. The new batch of startups coming from across the U.S. and international cities like London, Mexico City, Seoul and Vilnius are building professional social networks for black professionals […]

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Privacy group calls on US government to adopt universal AI guidelines to protect safety, security and civil liberties

Privacy group calls on US government to adopt universal AI guidelines to protect safety, security and civil liberties After months of work, a set of guidelines designed to protect humanity from a range of threats posed by artificial intelligence have been proposed. Now, a privacy group wants the U.S. government to adopt […]

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Lunewave is pitching a new sensor offering better vision for autonomous vehicles

Lunewave is pitching a new sensor offering better vision for autonomous vehicles The investment arms of BMW and the Chinese search technology giant, Baidu, along with a large original equipment manufacturer for the auto industry and a slew of technology investors have all come together to back Lunewave, a startup developing new […]

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Making way for new levels of American innovation

Making way for new levels of American innovation Matt Weinberg Contributor Matt Weinberg is a former White House appointee with the U.S. Small Business Administration, where he served as a Senior Advisor in the Office of Investment and Innovation. More posts by this contributor New tech trade associations will have big role […]

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