A startup developing technology originating at Johns Hopkins that offers early detection of cancers launched Thursday with $110 million in Series A funding, a record Series A round for a Johns Hopkins company. Thrive Earlier Detection Corp. will develop CancerSeek, ...Read More »
Two years after Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures opened new office and lab space for its FastForward 1812 incubator on the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus, two companies have moved on to bigger space. LifeSprout, which had been in the incubator for ...Read More »
Four Johns Hopkins professors received grants through a fund created to help faculty put their research on a path to commercialization. The professors received grants between $25,000 and $100,000 from the Bisciotti Foundation Translational Fund. The fund allows $300,000 to ...Read More »
M-1 Ventures, the health technology accelerator sponsored by Johns Hopkins, Plank Industries and the University of Maryland, chose five companies to participate in its first cohort. These companies will each receive $25,000 and go through a 16-week program with one-on-one ...Read More »
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures officially opened new office and lab space for its FastForward incubator Wednesday night. University and city officials hope the space helps encourage startups to stay in Baltimore. Companies started moving into the FastForward 1812 offices, at ...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 ...
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