Parking Panda live in San Fran // JHU researchers make mind-controlled prosthetic limb // Under Armour's Kevin Plank on Forbes richest list...again [Links] - Technical.ly Baltimore

Sep. 21, 2012 8:30 am

Parking Panda live in San Fran // JHU researchers make mind-controlled prosthetic limb // Under Armour’s Kevin Plank on Forbes richest list…again [Links]

Parking Panda launches in San Francisco [TechCrunch]: “The company now offers 20,000+ parking spots across its three live markets (Baltimore, D.C., and the Bay Area).” Johns Hopkins Researchers Develop Revolutionary Prosthetic Limb [Bmore Media]: “Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory researchers are talking with entrepreneurs about commercializing a revolutionary prosthetic limb that can be operated by a […]

Parking Panda launches in San Francisco [TechCrunch]: “The company now offers 20,000+ parking spots across its three live markets (Baltimore, D.C., and the Bay Area).”

Johns Hopkins Researchers Develop Revolutionary Prosthetic Limb [Bmore Media]: “Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory researchers are talking with entrepreneurs about commercializing a revolutionary prosthetic limb that can be operated by a person’s thoughts.”

Top city for finding a software job? Washington, D.C. [VentureBeat]: “Washington, D.C., has beat out every other U.S. city, including California’s Silicon Valley hotspots, as the top city where developers can find jobs.”

Printing Evolves: An Inkjet for Living Tissue [Wall Street Journal]: “In about a dozen major university and corporate laboratories, biomedical engineers are working on ways to print living human tissue, in the hope of one day producing personalized body parts and implants on demand.”

Ravens’ owner Steve Bisciotti, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank make Forbes list of richest Americans [Baltimore Business Journal]: “[T]his year marks Plank’s entry on the annual Forbes list. He ranks No. 345 with a net worth of $1.35 billion.”

Columbia and Towson malls opening early Friday for iPhone 5 release [Baltimore Business Journal]: “The Mall in Columbia will open its doors Friday at 6 a.m. followed by Towson Town Center’s opening at 7 a.m. so that customers can line up for the 8 a.m. Apple store openings.”

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Elana Fine promoted to managing director of University of Maryland Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Fine joined the Dingman Center, part of the Robert H. Smith School of Business, in 2010 as director of venture investments and was promoted to associate director in January.”

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