Navigation Links
More Midwest Seed-Stage Life Science VCs

The Dave Clark Five song Bits and Pieces is a good metaphor for the apparently holey (as in Swiss cheese) tapestry of Midwest VC seed and early stage financing efforts to get life science companies off the ground.

This weeks column will try to knit together some of these pieces so the tapestry doesnt fall apart. Last weeks column evoked responses from a number of readers who remarked on ......

Full article >>> in Minneapolis), OpGen (in Madison), TeraMedica (a medical imaging company in Milwaukee) and Deltanoid Pharmaceuticals (in Madison).

Frazier Healthcare Ventures

This California-based VC has set up shop in Madison as a result of having won (along with Baird Venture Partners) the latest round of SWIB Midwest start-up company funding.

By the way, according to the S......

Full article >>> fund is a subsidiary of the Heartland Capital Network, which is a consortium of financing programs for business ventures in the greater Peoria, Ill. region.

The new seed-stage fund, which initially consisted of $2 million, has resulted from the efforts of Peoria community leaders Glen Barton (former president and CEO of Caterpillar, which is headquartered in Peoria) and Doug Stewart, re......

Full article >>> hemical, Ft. Dodge Animal Health, PIC International Group, Seminis Vegetable Seeds, Tyco and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Given its location, the main thrust of this organization seems to be in technologies and companies related to the fields of animal sciences, plant science, biocatalysts, materials sciences and instrumentation.

The consortium funds university research ......

Full article >>> blank">EDF in Ann Arbor has about $117 million under management in three funds. It focuses on health care and information technology that has originated in the Midwest.

EDF has assisted 30 companies from the start-up phase with 17 companies based on technology licensed from universities. EDF currently has 13 active investments (of which five are in the health-care space). It initiall......

Full article >>> in St. Louis), Centerre Healthcare (in St. Louis), Velocimed (in Minneapolis) and Kereos (in St. Louis).

While the size of their fund isnt clear, RiverVest is investing in medical devices, biotech, specialty pharma and tools for drug discovery. Investments range from $500,000 to $3 million initially and total investments up to $4 to $6 million per company. From its quarterly newsletter, ......

Full article >>>
'"/>

Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 08/02/04


Related biology technology :

1. Midwest life science stocks kept sizzling in Q2
2. Midwest life science stocks sizzle in a tepid first quarter
3. A Midwest passage to India, Part II
4. Midwest offers non-stop flight to North Carolina research park
5. A Midwest life-science odyssey comes full circle
6. Midwest hotter for healthcare investments
7. A Midwest small-cap, life-science surprise package
8. 2006: A mixed blessing for Midwest life science companies
9. Midwest gaining stature in nanotech research
10. Midwest colleges strong contenders for NIH funds
11. Japan on the rebound: Implications for Midwest
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:4/27/2017)... ... April 27, 2017 , ... Mitotech S.A, a Luxembourg based clinical stage biotechnology ... patients. LHON is a rare devastating genetic disease that leads to a sudden and ... group of 20 patients carrying 11778, 14484 and 3460 mutations and having experienced the ...
(Date:4/27/2017)... ... April 27, 2017 , ... ... name change to Fluence Analytics. , Fluence Analytics provides proprietary hardware ... biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes and R&D applications. The company’s patented technologies improve production ...
(Date:4/26/2017)... ... April 26, 2017 , ... ... premiere team-building and cooking events company, offers one-of-a-kind gifts, ranging from gourmet cooking ... in California cuisine, and guests leave inspired with new cooking tips and techniques, ...
(Date:4/26/2017)... (PRWEB) , ... April 26, 2017 , ... ... in EMEA and North America this May on the ... 16-18 , Donald H. Taylor, Chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute will ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
(Date:3/20/2017)... 20, 2017 At this year,s CeBIT Chancellor Dr. ... manufacturer DERMALOG. The Chancellor came to the DERMALOG stand together with the ... year,s CeBIT partner country. At the largest German biometrics company the two ... face and iris recognition as well as DERMALOG´s multi-biometrics system.   ... ...
(Date:3/13/2017)... , March 13, 2017 Future of security: Biometric Face ... ... DERMALOGs Face Matching enables to match face pictures against ... basis to identify individuals. (PRNewsFoto/Dermalog Identification Systems) ... DERMALOG,s "Face Matching" is the fastest software for biometric Face Matching ...
(Date:3/7/2017)... Brandwatch , the leading social intelligence company, today announces that ... uncover insights to support its reporting, help direct future campaigns, and ... youth charity will be using Brandwatch Analytics social listening and analytics ... of the topics and issues that are a priority for its ... "Until recently ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):