June 2nd, 2009
Xconomy: San Diego’s Genomatica says it has checked off another technical accomplishment in its quest to take the “petroleum” out of the petrochemical industry.
June 1st, 2009
Stanford Magazine: Personal DNA scans will only become more accessible and comprehensive. What promise do they hold for health care, and what are the risks?
May 23rd, 2009
Jerusalem Post: Americans 'blown away' by level of innovation here, and by the parallels between Israeli firms and Silicon Valley.
May 19th, 2009,
CBC: When I went to check out Gordon Murray's future car - the ultra-small, environmentally conscious T25 - there would be no test drive. Instead, I was allowed what you might call a test grope.
May 18th, 2009
New York Times: IRhythm Technologies, a maker of cardiac monitoring device, has nabbed $6.5 million in an add-on to its first round of funding, VentureBeat said.
May 18th, 2009
CNN: When Santiago Martinez wants to give his friends birthday presents, he buys a cake or flowers or sometimes a teddy bear.
May 12th, 2009
Wall Street Journal: Venture capitalists have always kept their distance from Washington, D.C., and they were proud of it.
May 11th, 2009
New York Times: In 2003, when Foundation Capital, a venture capital firm, started looking for new investors for Silver Spring Networks, one of its portfolio of companies, it was rejected by every firm it called.
May 8th, 2009,
New York Times: San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has approved a plan to build what would be one of the largest solar photovoltaic arrays in California.
May 1st, 2009
San Jose Business Journal: A wireless cardiac monitor the size of a Band-Aid has the potential to reduce treatment and hospitalization costs in combating one of the nation’s most expensive ailments - heart disease.