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Dec. 18, 2017 3:34 pm

How Harpoon Medical’s exit can produce returns for Baltimore

Abell Foundation says money from the the acquisition will go toward its grant-making budget for community efforts. It illustrates why the foundation invests in medtech startups.

Jan. 14, 2013 10:30 am

Cybersecurity: the 19,413-person industry in Md. and Baltimore, in 4 graphs [REPORT]

A study released Thursday that analyzed some 340,000 cybersecurity jobs at 18,000 companies across the U.S. confirmed something we already know: Maryland, and Baltimore in particular, is a cybersecurity hub. (Not to be confused with a tech startup hub.) According to the first Maryland Cyber Jobs Report, 19,413 jobs in cybersecurity exist in this state, […]

Nov. 28, 2012 9:30 am

Noxilizer: biotech firm sells first sterilization system in deal potentially worth $340K

Biotechnology firm Noxilizer, makers of medical device and equipment sterilization technology, sold its first sterilization system to Indianapolis-based Catheter Research Inc. The sale of Noxilizer’s RTS 360 Industrial NO2 Sterilizer, a device worth $250,000, is “a deal that could be worth up to $340,000 over the next three years and sets the stage for expanding the […]

Aug. 23, 2012 10:30 am

Common Curriculum: online lesson planning for teachers, officially launches at Max’s Taphouse

Updated 4:00 p.m. 8/23/12: The version of Common Curriculum launched last night “represents about a year of work,” Earle said via e-mail, but Messinger has been working on the product for about three years. Earle also said that Joe Manko, principal of Liberty Elementary School, estimated there were around 120 attendees by the end of the night. […]

Jul. 27, 2012 9:00 am

Art Bytes brings technologists, others to Walters Art Museum for art-inspired hackathon

Before the weekend is out, before a sizeable gaggle of artists, technologists and “creatives” have decamped from a makeshift coworking space set up in Statuary Hall of the Walters Art Museum—the museum Baltimore City owns —there’s a reasonable chance that an unsafe quantity of energy drinks will have been consumed, leaving a metaphorical china shop […]

Jul. 20, 2012 8:30 am

Computer Science curriculum lags // Vorbeck expands to Eastern Shore // Better tech = working from home [LINKS]

Maryland’s tech education effort does not compute [Baltimore Sun]: “CS is taught under a patchwork quilt of policies that compete and conflict with one another. Instruction omits critical content, often tailored to applications without the foundational science.” Vorbeck Materials sets up new location in Worcester County [The Dispatch]: “Headquartered in Jessup, Vorbeck specializes in and […]

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