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Using technology developed at Cornell University, an Indian American-led food tech startup has developed a solution to produce shelf-stable foods that don’t need freezing or refrigeration. As an undergraduate in India, and the third generation in his family to work in agriculture, Vipul Saran had started a new venture: exporting potatoes from western Uttar Pradesh …

Nokia is collaborating with NetNordic in an eight-year agreement with Equinor to deliver a private 4G and 5G-ready solution for the energy giant’s international operations. The industrial-grade private wireless technology will deliver the reliability, capacity, security and low latency needed to support collaboration between teams across Equinor’s installations. The frame agreement will include hardware, software, design, radio planning, implementation and support. Under the agreement, the private LTE …

Dr. Charity Dean in 2016, when she was Santa Barbara County’s physician health officer. (file photo) Months into the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Charity Dean realized a harsh reality. She was then assistant director of the California Department of Public Health, and she knew the state and nation were literally in a do-or-die situation. “As a …

Kerala Startup Mission is organising an online summit on May 11 to celebrate the National Technology Day with the aim of translating innovative research knowledge in research labs into commercially-viable products and services. The ‘Technology Conclave’, being held on Tuesday under the aegis of RINK (Research Innovation Network Kerala), seeks to provide recipes for businesses …

Patents The stakes in patent disputes are profound. Often, such lawsuits involve core proprietary inventions and technologies on which a business is built. Manatt’s patent litigators bring the firepower and trial experience needed to win. We assist clients through every step of the patent process, from preparation and prosecution of patent applications and post-grant proceedings—including …

Healthcare investments continued to grow at a record-breaking pace, according to a new report by CBInsights. In the first quarter of 2021, healthcare companies around the world raised a total of $31.6 billion, up from the previous quarter’s height of $25.5 billion. The number of deals also increased from 1,429 to 1,551. Healthcare companies continued …

open share links close share links With venture capital flowing and new financial regulators in Washington, the startup climate is looking good for financial technology ventures right now. Amid that welcoming climate, a field of 170 fintech hopefuls applied to the 2021 MIT FinTech Conference startups pitch competition, with eight finalists pitching during the online …

Hermann Hauser, co-founder of Amadeus Capital Partners, and vice-chair of the European Innovation … [+] Council. Amadeus Capital Partners Sovereignty used to mean having supreme power or authority over a territory, such as a government. Today, technology sovereignty is changing this traditional concept. Sovereignty is no longer mainly associated with geography and military might because …

Startups lie at the heart of every economy, they touch every aspect of our lives and are instrumental in driving the future of innovation and recalibrating traditional business models. According to Ketan Patel, Managing Director at HP, 2021 will be, “the decade of collaboration, where entrepreneurs will engage more with not just peers, but corporates, …

SAN DIEGO, March 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) (“GBT” or the “Company”), is continuing its research with AI based, robotics technology for the medical field. The research is now focused on remote operation robotics for use in medical procedures. Remote controlled robots, using mechanical arms are aimed to assist surgeons …