Since Wednesday, local economic and civic booster organization Baltimore Homecoming has been gathering the city’s most accomplished natives and expats for panels and curated field trips as part of Amplify 2022.
Life sciences investment firm Catalio Capital Management has raised nearly $400 million for its next fund, its third and largest venture fund yet.
Johns Hopkins University spinout Galen Robotics will showcase its next generation of surgical robots during its first-ever open house in Pigtown this Friday.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is collaborating with Germantown biotech Orgenesis to create a facility that will expand the institution’s ability to manufacture cell and gene therapy drugs.
In its newest initiative to support entrepreneurship in Baltimore, T. Rowe Price is supplying small business and nonprofit leaders with a resource only it can provide — access to T. Rowe employees and alumni.
A Towson University startup that aims to be the “Waze” for bar hopping captured $12,500 in a national entrepreneurship competition.
The ecommerce tech startup Tradeswell recently made its one-stop data tracking tool for online marketplace transactions available to the public on the Shopify app store.
The AccelerateBaltimore program’s five newest alums had more than their completion of the accelerator to celebrate during last Wednesday’s demo night.
The need for her NasaClip product came directly from Clayborne’s day job where she was struck by the large number of people who came to the ER with nosebleeds. The NasaClip device provides simple and effective nosebleed rescue at home, using hands-free, external nasal compression with intranasal sponges that medicine can be added to that go inside the nose.
21-year-old Sebastian Colon, a cryptologic technician for the United States Navy, has created a web app to better connect smaller content creators to the community around them — and give them a fairer shot at reaching their target audience.