BalkanID brings AI to identity governance and administration to take on SailPoint
Identity governance and administration (IGA) -- that's probably not something you think of every waking hour of your day, but somebody on your IT team probably is.
Merck’s COVID-19 antiviral pill is the second authorized by the FDA
Pfizer's COVID-19 antiviral pill will already have some competition in the US: The Food and Drug Administration has given emergency use authorization for Merck's Molnupiravir pill.
Gluware raises $43M for ‘RPA’ tech that automatically detects and fixes anomalies in network configurations
Facebook’s network meltdown earlier this month — an outage that initially stemmed from a configuration error — was a huge pain for many users (and a big cost to Facebook). For enter
Higher Steaks brings home the bacon, revealing lab-grown pork belly and bacon strips
In what could be a starting gun for the commercialization of the cell-based meat business, upstart cultivated meat company Higher Steaks said it has managed to produce samples of its first products &#
Seeqc raises $5M to help make quantum computing commercially viable
Seeqc, a startup that is part of a relatively new class of quantum computing companies that is looking at how to best use classical computing to manage quantum processors, today announced that it has
UPS partners with Wingcopter to develop new multipurpose drone delivery fleet
UPS is working with German startup Wingcopter to develop a new type of delivery drone, to be used for the logistics company’s growing commercial drone delivery efforts both in the U.S. and globa
Corporate venture business strategies that work
I’m often asked as a long-time successful corporate venture capital investor to describe the strategies used to ensure our scale and staying power.
German drone delivery trial paves the way to replacing trucks for inter-office deliveries
Drone startup Wingcopter, working with partners Merck and the Frankfurt University of Applied Science, has completed a first flight of a new drone delivery trial designed to show the benefits of using
Luna is a new kind of space company helping biotech find its footing in microgravity
Toronto-based startup Luna Design and Innovation is a prime example of the kind of space company that is increasingly starting up to take advantage of the changing economics of the larger industry. Fo
Using augmented reality, Altoida is identifying the likely onset of neurodegenerative diseases
For the past 19 years, Ioannis Tarnanas, the founder and chief scientific officer at Altoida, has been developing virtual and augmented reality tools to offer predictions about the onset of mental ill
Startups Weekly: Lessons from a failed founder
In this week's startups newsletter: Uber files its S-1, Defy Partners nabs $262M and the Vision Fund backs a travel business.
As biological manufacturing moves to the mainstream, Synvitrobio rebrands and raises cash
The pace at which the scientific breakthroughs working to bend the machinery of life to the whims of manufacturing have transformed into real businesses has intensified competition in the biomanufactu
With billions of dollars at stake, Merck and Palantir partner to discover drugs faster
Merck, the German multinational chemical and pharmaceutical company, is teaming up with Silicon Valley’s highest-profile data and analysis software company, Palantir, to more quickly develop ne