Baltimore-based materials manufacturer Pixelligent Technologies closed a $7.6 million investment round, the company announced Wednesday.Read More »
North American Wave Engine Corp., a University of Maryland College Park startup, raised $1.45 million during a recent funding round. The round was led by the Abell Foundation and the University System of Maryland’s Momentum Fund, with each contributing $350,000 ...Read More »
Maryland Legal Aid is using a $90,000 grant from the Abell Foundation to expand its “Lawyer in the Library” program in Baltimore. The “Lawyer in the Library” program puts Maryland Legal Aid attorneys, paralegals, pro bono attorneys, law students and ...Read More »
The Abell Foundation’s investment in a Baltimore-based medical technology firm earned it a $5.2 million payday. Roughly three years ago the foundation invested $500,000 in Harpoon Medical Inc. Harpoon, which invented a technology allowing for less-invasive heart surgery, was purchased ...Read More »
Maryland startups made waves on a national stage this week, with all four finalists at the Association of University Technology Managers business plan competition coming from the state. Three of the companies came from Johns Hopkins, with the fourth from ...
Tagged with: Abell Foundation Association of University Technology Managers AUTM Brian Stansky Gripboost Jennifer Hammaker Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures LifeSprout Multisensor Diagnostic Pathovax Sashank Reddy TEDCO University of Maryland tech transferRead More »
A new report from the Abell Foundation finds Baltimore’s Vacants to Value program to be ambitious but seriously flawed. In the detailed report, authored by former Baltimore Sun reporter Joan Jacobson, the program is called the city’s most enterprising attempt ...Read More »
Once an overgrown and deserted space, a warehouse more than 100 years old on Wicomico Street has been stocked with shovels, rakes and power tools to help nonprofit groups renovate dilapidated sections of Baltimore for pennies on the dollar. On ...Read More »