Bringing Innovative Technology to Market
- Tim Draper backs Boston robot software company Neurala December 11, 2014Local robotics software company Neurala announced Thursday that it has received $750,000 in seed funding from a group of investors including well known Silicon Valley investor Tim Draper of Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Draper Associates. The company is built by Boston University alums (that’s right, MIT doesn’t have the market cornered on robotics innovation! […]
- BOSTON UNIVERSITY RECEIVES NSF FUNDING TO DEVELOP “SMART CITY” CLOUD PLATFORM September 29, 2014BOSTON UNIVERSITY RECEIVES NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION FUNDING TO DEVELOP “SMART CITY” CLOUD PLATFORM SCOPE: A Smart-City Cloud-based Open Platform to bring services to Boston and State (Boston) – Boston University’s Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering today announced it has received funding from the National S […]
- When the Biomedical Industry Can’t Prioritize Diseases, Private Money Can Save Lives September 26, 2014Read the Wired article here.