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Though VC investing is down, reloading on new funds is rising

When last we met a week ago, we took a look at the PricewaterhouseCoopers quarterly report on venture capital investments in the U.S. for the third quarter of 2003. As part of this analysis, we look at VC activity in the life science sector as well as activity in the Midwest region.

This week, lets take a look at VC investments by compan......

Full article >>> d with the biggest drop in the start-up and seed segment. Likewise, the number of all over deals has dropped by more than 50 percent during this period.

Does this mean there are less VCs or does this mean they are getting pickier in the deals theyre choosing (or both)? From my own vantage point, Midwest deals are usually smaller than those on the two coasts. A typical Midwest life scienc......

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This forum will include not only experts from the universitys ag school but Purdues ag school, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, two Illinois ag biotech companies and Dow Agrosciences. It should provide insight on cutting-edge ag biotechnology in......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 11/08/04


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