Cures for HIV and blurred vision and using cosmic rays to monitor nuclear waste drums are on our list of recent promising university spinouts.
Jesse Vincent-Herscovici is the new president and chief executive at Axelys, following in the footsteps of interim CEO Nancy Rancourt and Paule De Blois who earlier this year joined the Quebec government.
Non-recyclable plastics making asphalt more sustainable and a vaccine to save the honeybee are just two of 10 inventions that caught our eye.
Karinne Bredberg has been promoted to director of innovation in Northern Illinois University’s Division of Research and Innovation Partnerships.
Teri Willey, whose long list of accomplishments includes founding Cambridge Enterprise, will step down in November this year to focus on other projects.
Spinouts working on ketamine-based therapeutics, regenerative medicines for dogs and better sleep are among those that caught our eye this month.
Mike Ravenscroft is the new managing director of the $16m Maryland Momentum Fund, replacing Claire Broido Johnson.
Charbel Rizk has spun Oculi out of Johns Hopkins University to commercialise technology that gives computer vision the capabilities of the human eye.
Krystyn Van Vliet will move from MIT to Cornell in February to take over as vice-president for research and innovation and a professor in the College of Engineering.
Northern Illinois University’s vice-president of research and innovation partnerships Gerald Blazey has announced his retirement at the end of this academic year.
CIO David Adams has accepted a new role as commissioner of Indiana’s Department of Workforce Development and will be replaced by Ryan Hays at the university.
Rice University has found its inaugural vice-president for innovation in Paul Cherukuri, currently executive director of its Institute of Biosciences and Bioengineering.
The cancer drug developer popped after an upsized offering, allowing Alexandria Venture Investments to exit and showing the IPO market is still breathing in the US.
Catherine Zhou, who heads up HSBC's venture capital activities, tells Global Venturing it is going long on blockchain and tokenisation tech despite recent turmoil in the Web3 market.
The agricultural chemicals producer is widening its investment remit, looking at everything from fintech for farmers and soil health.
The technology mogul has reported his new position after serving two years at the fast-growing technology corporation ApplyBoard