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Startups roam to MSU’s Conquer Accelerator
Conquer's participants could secure $20,000 in convertible funding, and would join the portfolio of MSU-run Red Cedar Ventures upon graduation.
Exscientia extracts GT Apeiron partnership
Dundee-founded drug discovery company Exscientia has entered into a collaboration agreement with GT Apeiron, whose parent GT Healthcare invested in the spinout’s series B round.
Satt offices drive Team-to-Market
French regional TTOs Satt Conectus, Satt Nord and Satt Sayens hope to source skilled business leaders and management for their pipeline of deep tech spinouts.
UCSD banks EvoNexus partnership
UCSD students and alumni will have access to a fintech incubator run by EvoNexus, Royal Bank of Canada and Franklin Templeton.
Audio Analytic passes $12m audition
Cambridge Innovation Capital backed sound recognition technology developer Audio Analytic's $12m series B round, having previously also supported a $5.5m series A in 2017.
Owens anticipates Wond'ry job
David Owens will succeed Robert Grajewski as executive director of Vanderbilt University’s Wond’ry innovation and entrepreneurship center on July 1.
Salesforce processes $15.7bn Tableau acquisition
Stanford spinout Tableau Software has agreed to a $15.7bn all-stock acquisition by Salesforce, six years after completing a $254m initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
Read joins Uniseed
Leanna Read, appointed South Australia’s chief scientist in 2014, has joined Uniseed as an independent board member.

Other News

Eriez activates majority role in FaultCurrent
Eriez is now the largest shareholder in Cardiff University-founded power fault protection technology spinout FaultCurrent, having previously invested a seven-figure sum.
Buffalo ignites Innovation Hub
University of Buffalo and Buffalo Niagara Medical Science have cut the ribbon on a new $32m innovation program aimed at commercialising local medical research.
Memphis targets Patents2Products
University of Memphis has joined regional entrepreneurship body Epicenter Memphis in a bid to spawn new spinouts anchored by postdoctoral research.
Unit DX dials up expansion
University of Bristol will launch the Unit DY and Unit DZ incubators to build on the success of the science-focused Unit DX hub in the city.
Schrankler posted at UChicago’s Polsky Center
Jay Schrankler will head up UChicago's Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation from August 1, joining from University of Minnesota's OTC.
Bio-Techne sweeps up B-Mogen
Bio-Techne has bought University of Minnesota-founded genome editing platform operator B-Mogen Biotechnologies to solidify a business relationship that dates to 2016.

Editor's Picks

It’s not about the money
Lessons from the GUV Summit in Houston, Texas, this month
Big deal: Orchard harvests $200m IPO
Orchard Therapeutics has listed in the US following a $200m initial public offering that came just three years after the gene therapy developer was spun out of UCL.
UCL Technology Fund: an unparalleled approach to commercialisation
Editor Thierry Heles sits down with David Grimm (pictured), manager of the UCL Technology Fund, to find out what makes the fund unique among its UK and international peers.
Editorial: For the good of investors
As MedWhat scores an initial win in its courtroom battle with Stanford, Paige.ai finds itself in the middle of allegations that its licensing deal with Sloan Kettering was improper.
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