Venture capital accelerates food technology innovation –

Start-ups are now the predominant source of innovation in all categories of food technology. Venture capital can accelerate innovation by enabling start-ups to pursue niche areas, iterate more rapidly and take more risks than larger companies, writes Samir Kaul.

Unfortunately, I was wrong. In the late 2000s, the cleantech bubble burst, and billions of dollars in venture capital financing and government loan guarantees for sustainable energy projects dried up. I was disappointed, dejected and, quite frankly, depressed. Despite their professed concerns over the environment, investors weren’t willing to wait for returns, and consumers weren’t willing to pay more for energy. If we couldn’t assemble the financial will to address climate change in Silicon Valley, where could we?


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35 Obsolete Technology Things To Prove How Much The World Has Moved On And Changed – Bored Panda

All it takes is one good vintage image to make you stop and reminisce about your youth. That’s the power of a good photo—it opens the door to a deep yearning for the ‘good old days’ and reminds you of how things used to be. A simpler time and, arguably, a better one, too.

The ‘Retro Tech Dreams’ Twitter page hits hard with a heavy dose of nostalgia. The account documents and shares pics of vintage technology, computing, and the web that might strike a chord with those of you Pandas who were kids back in the ‘80s, ‘90s, and 2000s. As you continue scrolling, upvote the photos that got you daydreaming about your childhood.

Meanwhile, here we are, dusting off our…….


NIH launches intramural bioengineering center to foster technology collaboration across the agency –

News Release

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

NIH-wide resource will champion diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.

The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) has established the Center for Biomedical Engineering Technology Acceleration (BETA Center), a new intramural research program to solve a range of medicine’s most pressing problems. The BETA Center will serve the wider NIH intramural research program as a biotechnology resource and catalyst for NIH research discoveries.

The center will incorporate a focused engineering approach to accelerate the developm…….