September 9th, 2009
New York Times: Since its founding in 2002, Nanosolar has raised a lot of money - half a billion dollars to date - and made a lot of noise about upending the solar industry, but the Silicon Valley start-up has been a bit vague on specifics about why it’s the next big green thing.
September 7th, 2009
Wall Street Journal: Do we still need dictionaries in the age of Google?
September 5th, 2009
The Oregonian: On paper, making fuel from plant materials looks like a simple five-step process.
August 18th, 2009
Fierce Biotech: Emeryville, CA-based Adamas Pharmaceuticals has scooped up $40 million in Series D cash to fund a trio of development programs--including work on a combo antiviral therapy for the flu--which has swiftly become one of the hottest fields in biomedical research.
August 16th, 2009
Tech Crunch: A team of Yahoo veterans who built its behavioral targeting advertising technology are publicly launching a hybrid ad network today called Rocket Fuel, which they’ve tested over the past year with major brands including Nike, Dell, Microsoft, and American Express.
August 14th, 2009
Venture Capital Journal
August 12th, 2009
Genetic Engineering News: Pacific Biosciences raised $68 million to help development of a DNA sequencing technology.
June 30th, 2009
ComputerWorld: Can some applications be utterly wrong to run in the cloud and yet be ideally suited for software as a service?
June 30th, 2009
Information Management: ParAccel, Inc. has introduced version 2.0 of the ParAccel Analytic Database (PADB), the latest iteration of the company’s high-speed, massively parallel (MPP) columnar database management system (DBMS) for data warehousing and analytics.
June 30th, 2009
Fierce Biotech: After running in stealth mode for several years, Pacific Biosciences burst into the open with some of the most significant venture backing the industry has seen.