Archive | January, 2010

More funds, new CEO for Segetis

Green chemistry company Segetis is starting 2010 armed with influx of cash from new investors and a new CEO. According to their press release, which I received last night, Segetis was able to closed a $17.2m series B round of financing coming the Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund and co-managed by Burrill & Company. DSM […]

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Massive protest on global warming

Sorry folks. Got lots of deadlines this week so blog posts will be a little bit delayed. I do, however, have time to post this serious news about a massive protest on global warming happening somewhere in the US… Thanks to ICB subeditor Fred Seelig for this one ; )

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Weekly News Roundup

My resolution this year was supposed to be more on time when it comes to posting the Weekly News Roundup. Like my resolution to go to the gym more, this too failed. I’m blaming both failures on my workload ; ) Last week was still busy for news even during the holiday season. Here are […]

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2009 lessons and 2010 predictions

So what do we learned from 2009? Recession drove a little bit of a decline on venture capital investments in the clean technologies sector compared to 2008 but the good news is that 2009 seem to be a record year for federal grants and funds on renewable energy, clean technology and green chemistry. There was […]

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