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NASA's Flight Opportunities program has selected 13 space technology payloads to flight test on parabolic aircraft, high-altitude balloons or suborbital launch vehicles to demonstrate new technologies. The selections were made through the agency's Space Technology Mission Directorate in Washington. Comment?
Delta Dental of Kentucky's COO, Tammy York Day, shared "We are very excited to be the Presenting Sponsor of IdeaFestival. Both Delta Dental and IdeaFestival share core values of innovation, community and integrity." Comment?
MakeTime Inc. has secured an additional $8 million of funding led by Boulder, Colorado-based Foundry Group with participation from Almaz Capital and Kentucky Science & Technology Corp. . The online platform enables qualified U.S. suppliers to monetize incremental capacity from idle machines by aggregating available hours across machine types. Comment?
MakeTime, the manufacturing platform that monetizes machine capacity, today announced that it has secured an additional $8 million in funding led by Boulder-based Foundry Group with follow-on participation from Almaz Capital and Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation . The company will use this investment to scale their ability to automate how things get made. Comment?
Boulder-based venture investor Foundry Group is the lead investor in MakeTime , a developer of software to optimize the manufacturing process. According to MakeTime, it raised $8M in the round led by Foundry Group, which also included Almaz Capital and the Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation . Comment?
Edumedics, an innovative healthcare delivery company that provides a complete care management solution for individuals who have-or are trending toward-diabetes and other chronic conditions, has closed $4.2 million in Series A financing. Lunsford Capital, LLC led the round, joined by Chicago-based OCA Ventures and syndicate of angel investors and seed funds. Comment?
Lunsford Capital, LLC led the round, joined by Chicago-based OCA Ventures and syndicate of angel investors and seed funds. Among them: Entrepreneur and Chrysalis Ventures Co-founder Doug Cobb, Enterprise Angels Fund, and 13 individuals geographically dispersed from Chicago to Florida. Comment?
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