The announcement that shook the tech world last week immediately brightened Qualcomm Inc.’s future.
Five new startups will join the San Diego International Airport’s accelerator program this summer. The Airport Innovation Lab picked companies for its second cohort since it launched the program in 2018.
Cullgen, a San Diego-based biotechnology company, raised $16 million in a Series A funding round led by Sequoia Capital China and HighLight Capital.
TECH: Conference Follows Cos. Focus In Applying Technology
At the Rady School of Management’s annual technology conference at UC San Diego, about 200 students, technology workers and leaders joined to discuss technology trends.
Most San Diegans can appreciate a good glass of beer. But few think about what’s left after the brewing process.
San Diego accelerator program Ad Astra Ventures welcomed three female-led startups into its third cohort this summer.
A new fund in town is looking to support health software companies from San Diego to Los Angeles. Greg McKee launched Torrent Ventures in February after serving as CEO of nonprofit startup accelerator Connect for five years. In his new venture, he will team up with Los Angeles investment advisor Luke Hayes to help fund early-stage digital health companies in Southern California.
San Diego’s got talent. Large tech firms Apple Inc. and Teradata Corp. cited it as the main draw when they announced plans to open new offices in the area, and a host of startups have also relocated down the coast, in hopes of being able to attract more workers.
After raising near-record amounts in 2018, San Diego startups continued to draw big investments into the new year.
With the rise of the Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat tacos, and other plant-based products, one San Diego startup is looking to take a bite of a growing market.