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  • newCowboy, the Belgian e-bike startup, raises €10M Series A
    Cowboy, the Belgium startup that’s designed and sells a smarter electronic bicycle, has raised €10 million in Series A funding. Leading the round is Tiger Global Management, with participation from previous backers Index Ventures, and Hardware Cl…
    - 42 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:00pm -
  • newLime is building its first scooter “lifestyle brand store” in LA
    How can Lime differentiate its scooters and bikes from the piles of Birds and Spins filling Los Angeles sidewalks? Apparently with a physical storefront where it can convince customers of the wonders of on-demand mobility. According to a job listing…
    - 44 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 5:58pm -
  • newMinds, the blockchain-based social network, grabs a $6M Series A
    Minds, a decentralized social network, has raised $6 million in Series A funding from Medici Ventures, Overstock.com’s venture arm. Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne will join the Minds Board of Directors. What is a decentralized social network? The crea…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:55pm -
  • China is funding the future of American biotech
    Silicon Valley is in the midst of a health craze, and it is being driven by “Eastern” medicine. It’s been a record year for US medical investing, but investors in Beijing and Shanghai are now increasingly leading the largest deals for US life s…
    - 2 days ago 20 Oct 18, 5:15pm -
  • Domio just raised $12 million in Series A funding to build ‘apart hotels’ across the US
    Hotels can be pricey, and travelers are often forced to leave their rooms for basic things, like food that doesn’t come from the minibar. Yet Airbnb accommodations, which have become the go-to alternative for travelers, can be highly inconsistent.…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 7:45pm -
  • Alumni Ventures Group is the most active venture fund you’ve never heard of
    Alumni Ventures Group is investing upwards of $200 million a year in tech startups. Has anyone noticed?
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 7:13pm -
  • Hiver lets you manage shared email addresses from Gmail
    Meet Hiver, a service that lets you collaborate on generic email addresses, such as jobs@yourcompany.com, support@, sales@, etc. Hiver isn’t the only company working on shared inboxes. But compared to Front, everything happens in Gmail directly. To…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 2:48pm -
  • Virtual reality makes food taste better
    In another example of VR bleeding into real life, Cornell University food scientists found that cheese eaten in pleasant VR surroundings tasted better than the same cheese eaten in a drab sensory booth. About 50 panelists who used virtual reality hea…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 1:16pm -
  • Twilio shops, Uber and Lyft IPO scuttlebutt, and Instacart raises $600M
    Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week we had the Three Excellent Friends (Connie Loizos, Danny Chrichton, and Alex Wilhelm) on hand to kick thing…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 1:10pm -
  • TrackR is rebranding to Adero as it looks beyond small devices to track lost items
    When TrackR raised $50 million from investors that included Amazon a year ago, the Santa Barbara startup made a big splash in the growing market for small connected dongles that you could attach to “dumb” objects like keys to keep tabs on their…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 1:01pm -
  • Funderbeam CEO to talk about disrupting startup funding at Disrupt Berlin
    Startup funding hasn’t changed much in the past decade. Funderbeam is an interesting company trying to turn everything upside down using a marketplace approach, a modern syndication system and a blockchain-based platform. I’m excited to announce…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 7:10am -
  • Jane VC, a new fund for female entrepreneurs, wants founders to cold email them
    Want to pitch a venture capitalist? You’ll need a “warm introduction” first. At least that’s what most in the business will advise. Find a person, typically a man, who made the VC you’re interested in pitching a whole bunch of money at some…
    - 4 days ago 19 Oct 18, 4:30am -
  • Knotch launches Blueprint to help marketers find the best publishers of sponsored content
    When I last wrote about Knotch, the company had just patented its color-based feedback system that helps advertisers measure the effectiveness of their sponsored content. Since then, it’s added a competitive intelligence product and now Blueprint,…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 9:55pm -
  • Uber is developing an on-demand staffing business
    Uber is reportedly developing a short-term staffing business to offer 1099 independent contractors for events and corporate functions, the Financial Times first reported. Dubbed Uber Works, the service would provide waiters, security guards and other…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 6:19pm -
  • Embracing multimodality, Uber pioneers ride recommendations
    For the first time, Uber will make contextual, personalized suggestions about the best way to get from point A to point B. The startup offers more than just cars now, and it’s starting to understand the trade-offs between price, speed, convenience…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 4:05pm -
  • Future Family raises $10M to make fertility treatments more affordable
    Future Family, a startup that helps families more easily afford fertility services like IVF and egg freezing, has raised $10 million in a Series A round. Just weeks back, Future Family switched up its offerings to feel less like a loan, and more like…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 4:00pm -
  • Amplifyher Ventures launches to fund startups led by women
    Amplifyher Ventures is a new firm looking to invest in female founders. Amplifyher was created by Tricia Black, Facebook’s former vice president of advertising sales. Since her time at Facebook (where she was the seventh employee), Black has been a…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 3:08pm -
  • Daivergent connects people on the autism spectrum with jobs in data management
    Great startups normally come from a personal place. Byran Dai’s new company, Daivergent, is no different. Founded in December 2017, Daivergent looks to connect enterprise clients with folks on the autism spectrum who will help complete tasks in AI/…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 2:13pm -
  • Proxxi saves workers from getting electrocuted
    There are some gadgets that are nice to have – iPhones, sous vide wands – and some gadgets that you must have. Proxxi fits in the latter camp. Proxxi is an always-on sensor that buzzes when it gets too close to high voltage electricity. It’s wo…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 1:54pm -
  • Seva snares $2.4M seed investment to find info across cloud services
    Seva, a New York City startup, that wants to help customers find content wherever it lives across SaaS products, announced a $2.4 million seed round today. Avalon Ventures led the round with participation from Studio VC and Datadog founder and CEO Ol…
    - 4 days ago 18 Oct 18, 1:32pm -
Cowboy, the Belgian e-bike startup, raises €10M Series A
Cowboy, the Belgian e-bike startup, raises €10M Series A
- 42 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:00pm -
Lime is building its first scooter “lifestyle brand store” in LA
Lime is building its first scooter “lifestyle brand store” in LA
- 44 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 5:58pm -
Minds, the blockchain-based social network, grabs a $6M Series A
Minds, the blockchain-based social network, grabs a $6M Series A
- 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:55pm -
China is funding the future of American biotech
China is funding the future of American biotech
- 2 days ago 20 Oct 18, 5:15pm -
Domio just raised $12 million in Series A funding to build ‘apart hotels’ across the US
Domio just raised $12 million in Series A funding to build ‘apart hotels’ across the US
- 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 7:45pm -
Alumni Ventures Group is the most active venture fund you’ve never heard of
Alumni Ventures Group is the most active venture fund you’ve never heard of
- 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 7:13pm -

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  • newMars likely to have enough oxygen to support life: study
    Salty water just below the surface of Mars could hold enough oxygen to support the kind of microbial life that emerged and flourished on Earth billions of years ago, researchers reported Monday.
    - 33 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:09pm -
  • newGiant mice threaten rare seabirds on remote British island
    Mice brought to a remote South Atlantic island by sailors in the 19th century are threatening seabirds including the critically endangered Tristan albatross, a British charity said on Monday.
    - 35 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:07pm -
  • newFracking wastewater accumulation found in freshwater mussels' shells
    Elevated concentrations of strontium, an element associated with oil and gas wastewaters, have accumulated in the shells of freshwater mussels downstream from fracking wastewater disposal sites, according to researchers from Penn State and Union Coll…
    - 36 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:06pm -
  • newNASA tracks Tropical Storm Yutu, warnings posted
    NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite passed over the Northwestern Pacific Ocean and captured a visible image of Tropical Storm Yutu as warnings were posted. A typhoon watch is in force for Tinian and Saipan and a tropical storm watch is in force for Rota.
    - 37 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:05pm -
  • newNASA sees tiny Tropical Storm Vincente near southwestern Mexico's coast
    NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite passed over the Eastern Pacific Ocean and captured a visible image of the small tropical storm named Vincente.
    - 38 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:04pm -
  • newStudy finds availability of nitrogen to plants is declining as climate warms
    Researchers have found that global changes, including warming temperatures and increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, are causing a decrease in the availability of a key nutrient for terrestrial plants. This could affect the ability of…
    - 38 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:04pm -
  • newSpecial journal issue looks for new clues about old life
    Hundreds of millions of years before there was a chicken or an egg to debate, the first complex animals were evolving in parallel with Earth's rising oxygen levels.
    - 40 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:02pm -
  • newHurricane Michael could sour Florida's tupelo honey harvest
    Hurricane Michael toppled beehives and stripped flowering plants across Florida's Panhandle, threatening tupelo honey production in a tiny community that is the primary source of the sweet delicacy.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 5:00pm -
  • newNetflix to borrow another $2B to pay its programming bills
    Netflix plans to borrow another $2 billion to help pay for the exclusive series and movies that its management credits for helping its video streaming service reel in millions of new subscribers during the past five years.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:58pm -
  • newMusk says LA Hyperloop tunnel to be unveiled December 10
    Elon Musk's Hyperloop ultra high-speed transport system will be unveiled in Los Angeles in early December with free test rides to the public, the entrepreneur announced.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:57pm -
  • newRyanair's Dutch-based cabin crews to strike Tuesday
    Ryanair's Dutch-based cabin crews Monday announced a last minute 24-hour strike to protest the Irish budget airline's decision to close its base in the southern city of Eindhoven.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:57pm -
  • newSpotlighting differences in closely-related species
    There are millions of fungal species, and those few hundred found in the Aspergillus genus play important roles in areas ranging from industrial production to agricultural plant pathogens. Reported October 22, 2018, in Nature Genetics, a team led by…
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:55pm -
  • newResearch finds NJ numerical nutrient criterion used to protect streams is too high
    A new way of measuring the relative habitability of freshwater environments for fish and aquatic insects suggests that New Jersey's water monitoring and treatment standards could use a boost.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:49pm -
  • newScientists make new 'green' electronic polymer-based films with protein nanowires
    An interdisciplinary team of scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has produced a new class of electronic materials that may lead to a "green," more sustainable future in biomedical and environmental sensing, say research leaders micr…
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:42pm -
  • newHow have textbooks portrayed climate change?
    Back in 2007, the world's foremost body charged with assessing climate change stated with "very high confidence" that humans were a primary driver of climate change.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:20pm -
  • newAncient enzymes the catalysts for new discoveries
    University of Queensland-led research recreating 450 million-year-old enzymes has resulted in a biochemical engineering 'hack' which could lead to new drugs, flavours, fragrances and biofuels.
    - 3 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 3:25pm -
  • newCellular trash cans reveal the roles of proteins in disease
    If we really want to know how our body's cells work—or don't work, in the case of disease—we might need to look beyond their genes and even beyond the proteins they are made of. We may need to start going through the cellular "trash." The group o…
    - 3 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 3:25pm -
  • newAsian elephants could be the maths kings of the jungle
    Asian elephants demonstrate numeric ability which is closer to that observed in humans rather than in other animals. This is according to lead author Naoko Irie of SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies and the Japan Society for the P…
    - 3 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 3:22pm -
  • newHow a game can move people from climate apathy to action
    The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been called a "deafening" alarm and an "ear-splitting wake-up call" about the need for sweeping climate action. But will one more scientific report move countries to dram…
    - 3 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 3:20pm -
  • newNanosized ferroelectrics become a reality
    Using ferroelectricity instead of magnetism in computer memory saves energy. If ferroelectric bits were nanosized, this would also save space. But conventional wisdom dictates that ferroelectric properties disappear when the bits are made smaller. Re…
    - 4 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 3:00pm -

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  • newBreathing through the nose aids memory storage
    The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e. reinforced and stabilized). If we breathe through the nose rather than the mouth after trying to learn a set of smells, we remember them better.
    - 27 mins ago 22 Oct 18, 6:15pm -
  • newNew human cell structure discovered
    A new structure in human cells has been discovered. The structure is a new type of protein complex that the cell uses to attach to its surroundings and proves to play a key part in cell division.
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:28pm -
  • newScientists make new 'green' electronic polymer-based films with protein nanowires
    A team has produced a new class of electronic materials that may lead to a 'green,' more sustainable future in biomedical and environmental sensing. Scientists say the work shows it is possible to combine protein nanowires with a polymer to produce a…
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:28pm -
  • newModern conflict: Screen time vs. nature
    Even rural kids today spend more time in front of screens and less time outdoors, according to a new study of middle-school students in South Carolina. Researchers found that gaps between screen time and outdoor time were most pronounced for girls, A…
    - 2 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 4:28pm -
  • newOrigami, 3D printing merge to make complex structures in one shot
    By merging the ancient art of origami with 21st century technology, researchers have created a one-step approach to fabricating complex origami structures whose light weight, expandability, and strength could have applications in everything from biom…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newUnderstanding the building blocks for an electronic brain
    Computer bits are binary, with a value of 0 or one. By contrast, neurons in the brain can have all kinds of different internal states, depending on the input that they received. This allows the brain to process information in a more energy-efficient…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newWhen fathers exercise, children are healthier, even as adults
    Most parents know that the diet and exercise habits of a pregnant woman impacts the health of her baby, but little is known about how a father's health choices are passed to his children. A new study finds that lifestyle practices of fathers prior to…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newHome-based biofeedback therapy is effective option for tough-to-treat constipation
    Biofeedback therapy used at home is about 70 percent effective at helping patients learn how to coordinate and relax bowel muscles and relieve one of the most difficult-to-treat types of constipation, investigators report.
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newWeb-based open source dashboard of North Pole
    It's called ArcCI (or Arctic CyberInfrastructure) and promises to combine the thousands of images that have been taken along the years of the Arctic Ocean into one global database that will help scientists and the world see the physical changes occur…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newGravitational waves could shed light on dark matter
    Black holes colliding, gravitational waves riding through space-time - and a huge instrument that allows scientists to investigate the fabric of the universe. This could soon become reality when the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) takes up…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newNew algorithm can more quickly predict LED materials
    Researchers have devised a new machine learning algorithm that is efficient enough to run on a personal computer and predict the properties of more than 100,000 compounds in search of those most likely to be efficient phosphors for LED lighting.
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • new3D bioprinting technique could create artificial blood vessels, organ tissue
    Engineers have developed a 3D printing technique that allows for localized control of an object's firmness, opening up new biomedical avenues that could one day include artificial arteries and organ tissue.
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newA dog's color could impact longevity, increase health issues
    New research has revealed the life expectancy of chocolate Labradors is significantly lower than their black and yellow counterparts.
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newNew technique reveals limb control in flies -- and maybe robots
    A new neural recording technique developed by bioengineers enables for the first time the comprehensive measurement of neural circuits that control limb movement. Tested on the fruit fly, results from the technique may inspire the development of more…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • newRising temperatures and human activity are increasing storm runoff and flash floods
    Researchers have demonstrated for the first time that runoff extremes have been dramatically increasing in response to climate and human-induced changes. Their findings show a large increase in both precipitation and runoff extremes driven by both hu…
    - 6 hours ago 22 Oct 18, 12:58pm -
  • Genetic study improves lifespan predictions and scientific understanding of aging
    By studying the effect of genetic variations on lifespan across the human genome, researchers have devised a way to estimate whether an individual can expect to live longer or shorter than average, and have advanced scientific understanding of the di…
    - 2 days ago 20 Oct 18, 11:38pm -
  • New, large sequence panel enables population genetics research in Africa
    Geneticists have assembled the largest sets of African genomic data available to date, creating a resource that will help researchers understand the genetic structure of Africa as well as the effects of genetic variation on protein function and disea…
    - 2 days ago 20 Oct 18, 11:38pm -
  • A new way to measure nearly nothing
    Scientists have designed a vacuum gauge, based on ultracold trapped atoms, is small enough to deploy in commonly used vacuum chambers.
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 11:19pm -
  • Genomic evidence of rapid adaptation of invasive Burmese pythons in Florida
    New researchers set out to determine whether pythons could have adapted to an extreme Florida freeze event in 2010. They generated data for dozens of samples before and after the freeze event. By scanning regions of the Burmese python genome, they id…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 11:19pm -
  • Merging mathematical and physical models toward building a more perfect flying vehicle
    When designing flying vehicles, there are many aspects of which we can be certain but there are also many uncertainties. Most are random, and others are just not well understood. Researchers brought together several mathematical and physical theories…
    - 3 days ago 19 Oct 18, 11:19pm -

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Apple Reveals 3 New iPhones
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You Can Preorder iPhone XR Starting Today
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Why Businesses of All Sizes Need Publicity
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Amazon Announces New Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite
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The Emerging Technologies Fueling Global Smartphone Domination
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