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Unsealed docs in Facebook privacy suit offer glimpse of missing app audit
It’s not the crime, it’s the cover up… The scandal-hit company formerly known as Facebook has fought for over four years to keep a lid on the gory details of a third party app audit
Mad Realities’ Devin Lewtan is onboarding crypto users through reality television
Web3 doesn’t have the most inclusive reputation, yet so many crypto founders talk about onboarding the next 100 million users into the space. Statistically speaking, the next 100 million canR
Helaina’s latest round brings it closer to market with human milk-equivalent baby formula
Helaina is tapping into a precision fermentation process that programs yeast cells and teaches them to become manufacturing hubs to develop almost identical proteins found in human milk.
C2i, a genomics SaaS product to detect traces of cancer, raises $100M Series B
If you or a loved one has ever undergone a tumor removal as part of cancer treatment, you’re likely familiar with the period of uncertainty and fear that follows. Will the cancer return, and if so,
Trump’s sudden reversal on student visas will be felt in Silicon Valley
The Trump administration's sudden policy reversal on student visas are likely to have unintended side effects across the U.S.
Join us June 17 for a live discussion on COVID-19 contact tracing and safe reopening strategies
Contact tracing is a practice almost as old as epidemiology itself, but today’s technology means the way that we go about tracking the spread of a contagious illness within and between communities i
NYU makes face shield design for healthcare workers that can be built in under a minute available to all
New York University is among the many academic, private and public institutions doing what it can to address the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) among healthcare workers across the world.
Larry Page’s secret war on the flu
Now that Larry Page has stepped down as CEO of Google’s parent company Alphabet, he could be following in Bill Gates’s footsteps and tackling global health challenges.
Top Israeli VC talks cybersecurity, diversity and ‘no go’ investments
Jerusalem Venture Partners has raised more than $1.4 billion raised over two decades, powering some of Israel's largest cybersecurity startups.
An interview with economist Thomas Philippon, author of ‘The Great Reversal’
Economist Thomas Philippon’s new book, “The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets,” went on sale this past week, highlighting the United States’ failure to block
‘People fix things. Tech doesn’t fix things.’
Veena Dubal is an unlikely star in the tech world. A scholar of labor practices regarding the taxi and ride-hailing industries and an Associate Professor at San Francisco’s U.C. Hastings College of
Protein replacement startups are coming for food additives as Shiru launches from Y Combinator
Shiru, a new company that’s launching from the latest batch of Y Combinator-backed startups, is joining the ranks of the businesses angling for a spot at the vanguard of the new food technology
Medivis has launched its augmented reality platform for surgical planning
After two years of development, Medivis, a New York-based company developing augmented reality data integration and visualization tools for surgeons, is bringing its first product to market. The compa
ACLU asks court to release a secret order forcing Facebook to wiretap Messenger
Earlier this year, the U.S. government tried to force Facebook to secretly recode its Messenger app to allow the feds to listen into an encrypted, real-time voice call on suspected members associated
Is an MBA a Plus or a Minus in the Startup World?
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/fotolia_6005398_xs.jpg?w=300">A long time ago, I had to make a really tough choice: invest in an MBA from New York University, or make do with