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High schoolers 3D printed mini-brain bioreactor accelerates Zika research What are you planning on doing this summer? Probably not designing a revolutionary new bioreactor in which a thousand “mini-brains” can undergo testing. You’re probably not designing a bioreactor at all! But New York high schooler
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Venture investments in new manufacturing technologies could reshape American industry A wave of venture investment into new manufacturing startups looks set to transform American manufacturing. While the foundations for these companies may have been laid in cities like Boston, New York and San Francisco, the startups that are driving
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Shopping Quizzes is a quiz-based recommendation engine for e-commerce sites A key tenet of e-commerceis the recommendationengine. If implemented correctly, itcan bea major sales driver for online retailers.However, most sites normally just implement a basic engine that guesseswhat shoppers want, without any input from the s
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SoundCloud turns on ads and Go premium subs in the UK and Ireland Now that SoundCloud has inked licensing deals with all the big music rights holders, the startupis wasting no time rolling out subscription servicesand advertising to a wider number of markets to better monetizeits 175 million users andcompete bette
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Teslas bioweapon mode is a stroke of genius for developing markets Tesla today shared detailsof how effective its particulate filters are. Spoiler alert: They areso good, not only do they clean up the air inside the car, they make the world outside the car cleaner, too. It may not be obvious why this matters: The c
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Tastemates helps you find people who like what you like If you’ve ever forged a connection with someone because you had the same favorite movie or TV show or book, a new startup called Tastemates has built a social network around that experience. Or as CEO Jon Vlassopulos put it, “We’re
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Michael Dell reveals new branding scheme for the Dell-EMC conglomeration Michael Dell revealed the new names, and yes we are talking multiple names, for the artist formerly knownas theDell-EMC deal today. EMC will be deprecatedfor the main brandingDell Technologies, but will live on for the enterprise brand Dell EMC whil
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Shyp rolls out its new packaging pricing model to all customers Shyp has finished rolling out a new packaging pricing model to all its customers that includes variable shipment pricing based on the packaging that the companyprovides. Shypis still playing around with its business model and, to be sure, over time
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Chegg acquires Imagine Easy Solutions, the company behind EasyBib, BibMe and Citation Machine The online textbook service Chegg today announced that it has acquired Imagine Easy Solutionsfor $42 million. Imagine Easy is the company behind online bibliography and research tools like EasyBib (which was also its first product) and similar tools
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Insurance brokerage is broken While many factors are driving the tipping point in the online distribution of insurance, the thread that ties it all together is simple: changing demographics. Insurance companies cannot expect to sell the same way to a cohort with fundamentally di
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