‘We will encourage incubation of deep science and tech start-ups’

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has topped the national list in the just-released 2023 QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) World University rankings while climbing to a global rank of 155. Retaining the global top rank in its strongest performing metric, Citations per Faculty , the Institute showed improvements in employer reputation, teaching capacity and more. But … Read more

Have a Science & Tech Startup Idea? These Govt Grants Will Help

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. The startup boom in India has made its presence felt deeply over the past couple of years across various sectors, especially science and technology. As per government data, 44 new billion-dollar tech companies emerged in the country … Read more

Combining behavioral & data sciences to optimize chronic disease management

Digital tools have become an essential part of our lives. Online calendars guide our daily routine; Waze and Google Maps plan our routes – warning us of traffic or an accident ahead; websites and apps recommend restaurants nearby; and this is just to name a few. These technologies direct and redirect us, offering optimal guidance … Read more

Asha AI app, which helps elderly manage their care, among startups pitching at life science event

Asha AI CEO Rashmi Joshi, left, and lead designer Dayton Kelly at the Life Science Innovation Northwest 2022 meeting. (GeekWire Photo / Charlotte Schubert) A new startup that aims to ease healthcare tasks for the elderly debuted its app on the iOS store in April and showcased its tech at the recent Life Science Innovation … Read more

AI simulates economies and predicts which startups receive funding – TechCrunch

Research in the field of machine learning and AI, now a key technology in practically every industry and company, is far too voluminous for anyone to read it all. This column aims to collect some of the most relevant recent discoveries and papers – particularly in, but not limited to, artificial intelligence – and explain … Read more

Earth Day: 5 Startups Using AI to Help Save the Planet

Different parts of the globe are experiencing distinct climate challenges – severe drought, dangerous flooding, reduced biodiversity or dense air pollution. The challenges are so great that no country can solve them on their own. But innovative startups worldwide are lighting the way, demonstrating how these daunting challenges can be better understood and addressed with … Read more

Life science ‘Venture Day’ shines spotlight on 15 Triangle startups

For the first time post COVID, the Duke Office for Translation and Commercialization (OTC), the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s KickStart Venture Services and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NC Biotech), recently jointly hosted Venture Day. The event provided an opportunity for 15 startup companies out of UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke, and NC Biotech … Read more

This Israeli startup’s sci-fi ‘headset’ will map brain changes in space on private Ax-1 mission

A brain ‘headset’ aims to provide a high-resolution view of neural changes that occur in the brain while space, and it will fly aboard Axiom Space’s first crewed launch, Ax-1. If all goes to plan, the brain experiment, which comes from Israel-based startup Brain.Space, will launch aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle on April 6 … Read more

LifeX Labs’ accelerator named its 4th cohort of life science startups

Seven life sciences startups are hoping to grow with the help of some Pittsburgh expertise. This week, Pittsburgh life sciences resource hub LifeX Labs announced its fourth cohort of startups since launching its accelerator in 2020. The three month-long accelerator is open to any early-stage company or idea in the realm of life sciences and … Read more

Startups Harness Cambridge-1 Supercomputer to Power Digital Biology Breakthroughs

Four NVIDIA Inception members have been selected as the first cohort of startups to access Cambridge-1, the UK’s most powerful supercomputer. The system will help British companies Alchemab Therapeutics, InstaDeep, Peptone and Relation Therapeutics enable breakthroughs in digital biology. Officially launched in July, Cambridge-1 – an NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD cluster powered by NVIDIA DGX A100 … Read more