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Epidarex Capital, a leading international early-stage life science venture capital fund, has invested in Confluence Life Sciences Inc., a biotechnology company focused on the rapid discovery and development of drugs to address unmet needs in cancer and chronic inflammatory disease.
Accounting software company Intaact has raised $45 million in new venture and debt funding to help it grow its cloud-based software business.
Fourteen student startups have been selected from nearly 150 nationwide entries to advance to the semifinals of the 2014 Cupid's Cup Business Competition, a national business competition held by the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland's School of Business.
Silicon Valley Bank , financial partner to the global innovation economy, and MasterCard introduce Commerce.Innovated.™, a customized commerce accelerator program that will help a select group of commerce focused startups access operational and technology expertise to effectively advance their go-to-market commerce platforms.
Following in Citelighter's footsteps, edtech startup Three Ring has announced plans to move its headquarters from New York to Baltimore.
Denver-based “Social Health Management” company Welltok has raised $22.1 million in a Series C round led by New Enterprise Associates.
Hundreds of millions of users have already enjoyed Kaltura-powered video experiences at home, at school and at work.
Acentia, a Falls Church-based provider of technology and management services, said on Monday it has acquired Atlanta-based Business Computer Applications (BCA), a provider of IT services to heath agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Epidarex Capital, a leading international early-stage life science venture capital fund, has announced a £4 million Series A investment, in Edinburgh Molecular Imaging (EMI).
Citelighter, the company whose platform helps students more effectively complete research and writing assignments, has announced that it has raised $1.525 million in a Series Seed round of funding.