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How UM Ventures helped a biotech startup get acquired in 18 months

Living Pharma, which has technology to help develop a new form of cancer treatment, was acquired by Gaithersburg-based Lentigen Technology.

Maryland is testing digital driver's licenses

Arbit is looking to take social polling beyond its app

Emergent Biosolutions will move manufacturing of anthrax treatment to Baltimore

SXSW EDU is getting Baltimore's edtech community together


Protenus adds $3M to Series A round

Comcast plans to bring internet-of-things platform to Baltimore

Israel-based Cyberbit makes another move in Maryland

These Baltimore social entrepreneurs are entering Red Bull Amaphiko Academy




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This startup’s financial planning platform is now an education tool, too

The Ravens are going to start training with holograms of opposing teams

These Baltimore middle school girls spent the week working on new ventures


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Station North mini-golf course to make Artscape debut

Baltimore police will expand gunshot detection, get more laptops for police cars

With another MOIT director out, Mayor Pugh searches for ‘a visionary’

Baltimore is getting a new health-focused accelerator

Can in-airport delivery take off? BWI will be a proving ground

ZeroFOX raises $40M Series C round

Arena’s leadership team expands with 5 new hires


How 14 West plays matchmaker for Baltimore job seekers

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