The holidays are coming and it’s the same thing every year: holidays parties, office parties, family gatherings – and food, food, food. No worries – you’ll lose it in the new year. You’ll start going to the gym again. Go on another diet. Your list of new year’s resolutions practically writes itself. Time for […]
Today we take a look at the state of venture capital and angel funding during the all of September, both in New York and nationally. Analyzing some publicly available data from our friends at CrunchBase, we break down the national aggregate statistics for all funding deals by stage of funding (Angel/Seed, Series A, Series B, and […]
Authorea is a digital collaboration platform that encourages more immediate knowledge-sharing in the scientific research community. Think of it as a GitHub for that community, and considering that we’re talking science, think of the strides that can be made, now that researchers globally have a platform to share information and finding. Publicly or privately. The platform […]
In a stage set up for King Lear (literally; the New York Tech Meetup is held at NYU’s Skirball Center and guess which Shakespearean play is about to be mounted there?), David Rose, one of the kings of early stage investing in NY, took to the stage to introduce the city’s new Digital.nyc site, which […]
It’s call Traide and it allows anyone to access analysis techniques and methods that were previously only available to investment banks and hedge funds. No programming necessary. Traide’s artificial intelligence algorithms will use your inputs to find profitable trading rules – and discover patterns in your data like never before. And thanks to its intuitive […]
A number of new start-ups presented to a pair of investors and a large audience at host BMW i Ventures’ space in Greenwich Village during a recent installment of the NY Future Mobility Meetup. Here are the five presenting companies, who literally focused on trains, planes – and even electric automobiles.
Online shopping is great but question: What good is even next-day delivery if you’re not home to receive the package? Not everyone has a doorman, which makes parcel deliveries something of a problem, and that’s that famous Last Mile that Parcel figured out. It’s the off-hours delivery service for online shoppers, and they’ve just raised […]
Among the many tech vertical it lays claim to, New York is a Health Tech town, and if there’s any doubt at all in your mind, Blueprint Health Accelerator just graduated its 6th Class of startups and some of the biggest players and investors in health care were part in the Standing Room Only crowd […]
With so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of a few of things that you may have missed in NYC Tech this week including the fundings, exits, and events.
Exo makes protein bars made from…crickets. And they’ve just raised a $1.2 million seed round to help get the protein-filled product out there. For the record, crickets need a lot less feed than cattle, sheep and pigs to produce the same amount of protein – and they don’t emit methane gas, for the environmentally-concerned.. So, […]
Hey, sometimes it works, and sometimes you have to just move on. And if it’s no contest – the divorce, that is – time to just say Let’s Get Divorced. And that’s what Let’s Get Divorced is all about. It’s a site that makes getting an uncontested divorce quick, painless and affordable. Founder (and attorney) […]