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Battery tech startup Sila Nano lands $45 million and Tesla veteran Kurt Kelty

Battery tech startup Sila Nano lands million and Tesla veteran Kurt Kelty Sila Technologies, the battery materials company that has partnered with BMW and Daimler, landed $45 million in new funding and hired two high-profile executives, including Kurt Kelty, who led the battery cell team at Tesla for more than a decade. […]

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Molecule.one uses machine learning to make synthesizing new drugs a snap

Molecule.one uses machine learning to make synthesizing new drugs a snap Say you’re a pharmaceutical company. You’ve figured out that a novel molecule could be effective in treating an illness — but that molecule only exists in a simulation. How do you actually make it, and enough of it, to test in […]

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Startup aims to make filtered water an app-driven subscription service in the home

Startup aims to make filtered water an app-driven subscription service in the home With so many scandals around the quality of tap water these days, especially in the US, many people are turning to bottled water to drink. But this requires single-use plastics that are wreaking havoc on the environment. One startup […]

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Cambridge Uni graphene spin-out bags $16M to get its first product to market

Cambridge Uni graphene spin-out bags M to get its first product to market Cambridge, UK based graphene startup, Paragraf, has closed a £12.8 million (~$16M) Series A round of funding led by early stage VC  Parkwalk. Also investing this round: IQ Capital Partners, Amadeus Capital Partners and Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm […]

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Meet the Texas startup that wants to decarbonize the chemical industry

Meet the Texas startup that wants to decarbonize the chemical industry Solugen, a startup that has set itself up with no less lofty a goal than the decarbonization of a massive chunk of the petrochemical industry, may be the first legitimate multi-million dollar company to start out in a meth lab. When […]

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Oil and gas giants Chevron and Occidental are backing tech to combat carbon emissions

Oil and gas giants Chevron and Occidental are backing tech to combat carbon emissions Carbon Engineering, a Canadian company developing technology to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and process it for use in enhanced oil recovery or in the creation of new synthetic fuels, has locked in financing from two big […]

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Researchers find that filters don’t prevent porn

Researchers find that filters don’t prevent porn In a paper entitled Internet Filtering and Adolescent Exposure to Online Sexual Material, Oxford Internet Institute researchers Victoria Nash and Andrew Przybylski found that Internet filters rarely work to keep adolescents away from online porn. “It’s important to consider the efficacy of Internet filtering,” said […]

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