science inc.

Equity podcast: Coinbase buys a startup, Discord’s a unicorn and Netflix soars

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week TechCrunch’s Katie Roof and Crunchbase News’s

Science, the L.A.-based incubator, just closed on $75 million for its first real venture fund

Science Inc, the Santa Monica, Ca.-based incubator and investment firm, has closed a new venture capital fund with $75 million in commitments, shows a new SEC filing. According to the six-year-old fi

Mammoth Media, the startup behind chat fiction app Yarn, raises $13M

Mammoth Media has raised a $13 million Series A funding to create what it calls “entertainment experiences for the mobile-first generation.” Mammoth is not the first startup to pitch itsel

Fast chat with L.A-based Science about its third exit this year (and more)

It’s been a good week for Science, a five-year-old, L.A.-based startup studio that’s known for both funding nascent startups and incubating them, including FameBit, a three-year-old ou

Peter Pham of Science on the psychology of venture capital

‘The battle between entrepreneurs and VCs is unfair’, according to Peter Pham, the co-founder of Science Inc. His reasoning: VCs have experienced thousands upon thousands of pitching pro

Science Inc. Acquires Mobile Ad Network PlayHaven From Upsight

<a target="_blank" href="http://science-inc.com">Science Inc.</a> just announced that it has acquired mobile ad network PlayHaven from mobile analytics and marketing company <a target="_blank" href="h

Science Inc. Acquires Armenian Mobile App-Maker Inlight

Looks like <a target="_blank" href="http://science-inc.com">Science Inc.</a> is getting more serious about mobile development — the startup studio is announcing that it has acquired an eight-person

Backed By Science Inc., FreeGameCredits.com Offers Exactly What Its Name Suggests

Startup <a target="_blank" href="http://www.freegamecredits.com">FreeGameCredits.com</a> doesn't have the problem of an ambiguous name — just as you'd guess, it allows mobile game developers to run