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'Erosion' in TN investment? Major IT and software cos' raises, TN fund recruiting, startup updates and more.
Incubator management plans to keep potential businesses on-pace for development, commercialization.
Former BioMimetic Therapeutics executives at center of new initiatives.
LaunchTN CEO agrees it'd be great to have more data and analyses about all this.
Gov. Bill Haslam delivers his State of the State Address this evening.
American Sentinel veteran takes the helm in Music City.
Updates on VU venture staff, raises by SmartFurniture and RelevanceCapital and more.
Some new public-private stratagems for commercialization may emerge this spring and summer.
[Updated] Team says rapid Angel-investor enlistment is one reason this is a 'W' for region's LifeSciences
[updated] Treading carefully to 'get program right', industry aims for step-by-step progress.
Step by step, ECD agent LaunchTN charts a fresh path forward on knotty issue.
[update] There'll be plenty of interest on-campus and off- for this job.
Charlie Brock shares his topmost objectives, and we review a bit of the agenda.
Bio veteran Jim Monsor leads pilot effort to deepen TN's startup resources
Entrepreneurship, events and attracting capital may have revved-up. Tech transfer? Not so much.
[updated] Litigation, uncertainty over INCITE funding, turnover and more.
[updated] Protecting personal health information resident in electronic medical records is startup's timely focus.
Partners plan to invest mainly human capital in promising startups
After a decade widening Nashville's lifesciences entrepreneurship, a strategic move.
VTC CCE director brings lessons learned from his own startups, adjusted for the academic setting.
Doug Schmidt is but one of the sparkplugs firing the school's innovation and commercialization push.
Index delivers composite image of state's economic development, innovation status
Murfreesboro group seeks to regain traction by serving others
Brentwood sister company is among allies for Oak Ridge-linked startup
TTDC now seems to be fully staffed to further pro-venture programs
Drug-discovery, partnerships and commercialization among conference highlights
Here's a rundown on this week's venture pitches during LST's annual meeting
A true startup leader, investment pros and others are aboard for the continuing relaunch
Med Center and Biomed Engineering faculty and students collaborate in commercialization effort
Re-launch puzzle coming into focus; filling the CEO chair is priority
The Cyber-industrial complex creates a foothold in Music City, as cyber risks proliferate
Briefings on the state's new regional business accelerators' mission and how to work with them.
IDEAS begins with straight talk from the VU campus about Nashville's IT challenges and opportunities
Helping doc's pick the right genetic tests is the mission of this Web-based marketplace
Students have decided they can't wait on the rest of the world to create the great jobs they want
[Updated: Morris departing, 30 Aug 14] Tennessee's 19-year-old growth advocate transits to new leadership
Entrepreneur says she's found more than a good lease in Nashville
Just days after parent HIG added to its management team, Tri-Star reports it has begun one of Tennessee's larger recent fund raises
An Owen grad and former Cybera exec puts his venture skills to work for an Alabama startup that's eying Nashville
Gleanings from Tennessee media touching upon life-sciences issues and opportunities
Streamweaver 'stealth' no more...Unconference events... ECD budget comments... much more in this regional roundup
Joe Cook Jr. seems to be executing with precision a gameplan to establish momentum for a still-small sector
Executive transitions, capital raises, alliances and innovations.
Leadership shift was accomplished August 19, with Hagerty now chairman of TTDC
Tech2020 embraces state initiatives, keeps its own counsel in pressing ahead with regional initiatives
To be the seat of innovation in healthcare delivery, Nashville must attract new capital and novel ideas
Remember when things used to slow down for Summer? Tennessee's venture scene seems busier than ever
Nashville VC's Oak Ridge affiliate has focused one of its startups on commercializing 'the Moses effect'
East TN developments... Entrepreneur Center rebrands Future 50, Nashville 'on the edge' and news roundup.
No one's surprised to see Fetherling back in venture garb; he earlier invested in Jason Moore's startup
He took a break after his successful exit from Investment Scorecard, now he's pushing his startup toward deeper waters
An overhaul of Tennessee connections, communications and capital is prerequisite to strong gains in commercialization
Speaker Harwell's tech agenda.. Schulz on ECD strategy.. new TN tech jobs.. Chattanooga Ventures.. Dream CS, DigiChart and more..
This economic-development lender is deepening its footprint statewide
' Overhaul and investment ' could lead to accelerated enterprise development from VU research and development
Petra, VU commercialization, HealthStream, Sustainability Summit, Owen GSM honors, Unum CIO, entrepreneurs young and older and more
Further signals of increasing emphasis on pursuit of opportunities in translational research and tech transfer, commercialization
Two pharmas are already aboard and other allies for accelerating drug development may be in-the-offing
VU porfolio co goes elsewhere, TNInvestco company, startup ecosystem spreads, PdCamp, ORNL, MyOutdoorTV and more
Our latest roundup of VU searches, capital raises, marketing pushes, digital music, tech commercialization and more
The first of several potential new funds will soon test the waters for venture investment
New chair at lifesciences association..Parental Health update.. Bredesen aide moves.. Silicon Ranch and Venture Incite add staff.. PE investors disappear after liquidation.. bio-entrepreneurs..more
TTDC chief to Gov. Haslam, IP, Claritas, incubators, Angels, Louisville innovation, HiMSS-TN descends on Orlando and more
Scott Massey to connect leaders, knowledge, culture and commerce to advance the region and its people.
After a Dutch-owned firm snaps-up Knoxville startup's technology, the venture team is reloading
Entrepreneurs are commercializing sensor technology that leverages the ecosystem.
Nashville and Tennessee are quickly becoming year-round innovation venues, as this sampling of events makes clear
It may be only the tip of the Engineering iceberg at Vanderbilt, but here's a sample of the fruits of education and research
With B-round in offing, CEO says demand 'remarkable' for data-driven alignment of employer trends and providers' services
Health care organizations' performance improvement is focus of seed-stage startup by VUMC faculty member
Lynch cites workforce challenges and the need for more collaboration throughout the region as essential to lift Nashville from lower tier of life-science centers
TTDC forum, TNInvestco website, VU tech transfer, PureSafety, Tricycle, Memphis leadership, and more...
Carried-interest threat to VCs' takehome..VU on entrepreneurship..Microloans in the Boro..Solar investment and more...
Quiet figure behind the scenes of a Vanderbilt-spawned startup steps forward with observations and appreciation
TSU, Vanderbilt, and local business and government may seek to replicate Memphis' initiative in the Capital City
Biomed venture that spun-out of Oak Ridge National Laboratory now has intellectual property to address heart damage
Vanderbilt pharma program inches cautiously toward tech transfer, while key faculty member keeps firm hand on the tiller
The boom in genetic research and some apparently market-ready technology suggest an interesting vehicle for early-stage investment
Nanotechnology innovation promises better drug delivery for treatment of numerous diseases
Legislator sees synergies not yet tapped in Middle Tennessee, and wants to see discussion of Tullahoma-centered proposal
Hopes fired, worst fears confirmed in latest iteration of the art form known as venture panels
UPDATED 12:40 p.m. -- Suddenly, there are two groups targeting VU technology to improvement treatment of degenerative eye diseases
Congressman argues Mid-TN and corridor could play a bigger role in Defense, Homeland Security and related arenas
If advanced degrees and the tenacity of two athletes can make a difference, this could be the year
At left, Dr. Harry Jacobson
Vanderbilt institute gets a key role with ORNL and UT, in scenario for improving university collaboration and state's entrepreneurism
Tennessee Technology Development Corp. faces the proverbial 'Valley of Death' in its own funding, and looks to the Bredesen Administration for a liferope
TTDC gets its second wind, releases funding for technology and commercialization grants, looks toward future
Christopher Rand's presentation underscores gaps in the capital continuum, but suggests a target-rich environment for seed-stage investors
Those who would be fund managers in the state's new program are taking a close look at the groundrules and the competition
[Updated] As the stakes get higher for tech transfer and R&D, UT makes far-reaching changes in governance of its research, licensing and venture arm
Digital Reasoning, tech transfer, Metro development, Innotec, nTelagent, Memphis venture forum, ICA, M&A, bankruptcies and more...
With ties to key members of the Congressional delegation, M2M has a leg-up in seeking funding of various sorts
Goad reported suing former TVA director, Petra and Innova invest, $20MM the number for startup, tech transfer event, views on IPO climate...
With former VC hired to lead program, grant for entrepreneurship helps flesh-out tech-development ecosystem
Two very different enterprises - Uloop and Pathfinder Therapeutics - are on the money trail, once again
Rep. Gordon's 6th District was recently inducted into tech-jobs initiative, and now will host a key annual conference
Hundreds of discoveries and patents on-hand, Vanderbilt expands its efforts to commercialize intellectual property
Life-sciences company says it's still focused on move, but sales lag and economic conditions creating headwind
TTDC convenes investors and scientists in Nashville -- and Chancellor Zeppos announces new money for VU's academic discovery fund
Although slow to crystallize, the Mind2Marketplace technology initiative has won support from a growing number of participants, as it attempts to become a formal organization
Preparing for a visit to Mount Microsoft, this VU Engineering scientist shares his thoughts about his low-profile work in an area some others think could provide further energy for the Big Bang in video-on-demand. Given a glimpse of the findings, one local entrepreneur doesn't find it 'trivial', at all.
There are still 21 active portfolio companies over which Chris McKinney says grace.