Researchers have been scrambling to find alternative materials for lithium-ion batteries, from manganese to sodium. Now they might have another: TAQ.
A slew of consumer tech and companies focused on consumer packaged goods have gobbled up venture capital in the past year.
Here's a deep dive into the slide deck that Oii.ai used to raise its $1.8 million seed round, highlighting what it got right and what it didn't.
There’s a growing trend, fed by everything from IP concerns to Suez Canal traffic jams, to bring PCB production back to North America.
Northspyre shared the deck it used to raise a $25 million Series B to bring costs under control for big building projects.
If you can't make planet-friendly choices as the founder of a startup, when the buck literally stops with you, when can you?
What do you want to be good at as a startup? Running supply chains or creating and selling cool products?
As realizing big exits becomes difficult, deep tech startups transforming entire industries offer some of the only paths to "10x exits."
If we don’t act and improve shipping technologies, the logjams we've had to endure in the past two years will become commonplace.
Startup connects existing factory equipment to the cloud, giving manufacturers a real-time view of their operations.
It’s not just a feeling: geopolitical risk has been higher than usual in recent years, and for businesses with supply chain operations spanning the world, these risks are hard to avoid.
With all eyes on Taiwan and worries mounting around semiconductor supply, the U.S. CHIPS Act is timely. But it is not unique: Other countries also aspire to reduce their reliance on imported chips.
From a demand perspective, we expect 70% of growth up to 2030 will be driven by just three industries: automotive, computation and data storage, and wireless.
Intel's choice to build a $20 billion chip fabrication facility in Columbus, Ohio, along with the passage of the CHIPS Act, could set the stage for a startup ecosystem boost.
For years, the narrative for innovation in supply chain has focused on the disruptors. Less heralded has been the next wave these disruptors often catalyze: Digital enablers.
Five years ago, battery startups attracted important but not transformative investments. But money began pouring in toward the end of 2020. What changed?
Today’s batteries are better in every respect than those made five years ago, but they still leave much to be desired. What’s needed are some breakthroughs.
A global supply chain is, well, global. Each region, supplier and subcontractor in your chain needs to work in harmony with each other, because a single snag can ruin the whole process.
AI is not a magic wand that will right all the world’s wrongs. But it can help businesses plan for problems in advance and respond to them appropriately if they happen.
The bottled beverage industry wasn’t what Genki Forest’s founder, Binsen Tang, initially set out to tackle. The company aims to reach $1.2 billion this year.