Three San Diego startups were picked as winners for the Ignite - SCALE - San Diego challenge.
Aira, a startup that uses agents to help blind and low-vision people navigate their surroundings, named a new CEO.
RETAIL: Co-Founders Create Treatments For UTIs
Jenna Ryan co-founded Uqora with her fiancé in 2017. She had hoped to find a better solution for a common problem, the frequent urinary tract infections that had disrupted her life.
Companies Encouraged To Find Ways to Make Social Impact
Two local finalists competed at the University of San Diego’s Fowler Global Innovation Challenge recently.
Local Companies Get Network of Support and Space at WeWork
After serving in the U.S. Army for 12 years, Yolanda Clarke struck out to start her own business.
Company's Platform Integrates Stages of Design
Darren Charrier and Faris Hamdi had interplanetary ambitions when the two founded Voyager Space Technologies. Both undergraduate students studying aerospace engineering at UC San Diego, the two had sought to create a robotic spacecraft that could extend the life of dying satellites.
BIOTECH: Pain Relief Device Uses Magnetic Field
NeuraLace Medical, the medical device startup that won last year’s Quick Pitch competition, recently closed on a $3 million seed funding round.
A new incubator at the San Diego International Airport is seeking applicants for its third cohort.
Apple is looking to acquire Intel's modem business, according to a report by the Information.
EvoNexus is launching a new fintech incubator with the Rady School of Management, Franklin Templeton and the Royal Bank of Canada.